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PREFACE. 



Thb New-York Civil List has now reached the fourth year 
of its publication ; and in preparing the present volume for the 
press, many of the lists have been carefully compared with the 
original records, and errors which had unavoidably appeared in 
the former editions have been corrected. The list of Members of 
Assembly, hitherto imperfect, has been completed from one of the 
early journals found in the library of the New-York Historical 
Society. Slight imperfections in the original records occasionally 
leave a date or name somewhat doubtful ; but, with a few excep- 
tions, which are commonly indicated by notes, the following pages 
will be found to embrace a reliable summary of our principal state 
and county officers, from the organization of a state government 
to the day of going to press. 

The value of a concise manual of reference, containing historical 
lists of public officers, is recognized by all who have occasion to 
refer to facts connected with personal history, or events associated 
with the administration of public officers ;. and it is equally usefiil 
for daily reference, in affording aid to legal investigations, in 
famishing political precedents, and in ienabling one to fix upon 
particular dates, by the connection of events with men in public 
life! 

With a few exceptions, the following lists begin with the origin 
of the district or office to which they relate, if since the revolu- 
tion ; or, if they existed previously, with the commencement of 
that memorable period. It is peculiarly gratifying to preserve 
the names of those who enjoyed the confidence, represented the 
claims, and vindicated the rights of our country, through that 



IV PREFACE. 

critical period of onr history; nor is it less important that the 
names of those in whom the public have united their confidence 
in the selection of candidates for office should be preserved, as 
well on account of the historical importance belonging to them, 
as that the consequences of public acts, of whatever kind, may 
be traced to their origin, and the authors receive the praise or 
blame they may deserve. 

History is but a recital of men's acts, and it is instructive to 
trace a public man through the various stations he has filled, and 
note the stages of his rise, it may be, to tlie highest office in the 
gift of a free people. To the historian, the biographer, the legislator 
luid the incumbent of public office, these data are indispensible, 
and to every intelligent citizen they are matters of daily practical 
interest 

A brief historical note is usually placed at the beginning of 
each list, affording aid for reference to those not familiar with 
the subject, and a general knowledge of the duties of the several 
offices. Our limits required these notices to be concise, but they 
are generally accompanied with references to more ample infor- 
mation. 

That errors may occur in regard to residences of public officers 
18 possible, as this information has been in most cases derived 
from personal recollection. The changes that have been ndado 
in the mode of appointment, and especially such as have trans- 
ferred to county courts or boards of supervisors appointments 
previously recorded in the office of the secretary of state, render 
the completion of serial lists of some officers difficult and uncer- 
tain, from the scattered condition of the records and the irregylai 
manner in which they have been kept 

The indulgence of the public is solicited to these unavoidable 
imperfections ; and the editor will feel especially favored with any 
soggestion or information that may tend to rectify errors, supply 
omissions, or enhance the accuracy and utility of the work. 

F. B. H. 

Albany, February 1, 1858. 



CONTENTS. 



Pa«b. 

Addenda, 444 

Admiralty, Court of, 1777-1789, 864 

Annapolis Convention, Delegates to, 62 

Appendix, 481 

Appointing Power, 28, 40, 43, 97, 99 

Appointment, Council of, list of Members, 100 

Apportionment of New- York in Congress, 68, 64 

Appraisers, Canal, 40, 48, 485 

Assembly, how composed, 98 

Assembly, Speaker of, 98 

Assembly, Colonial, list of, 106 

Assembly Districts, with successive changes, 148 

Assembly Districts, sts organized in 1846, 160 

Assembly Districts, as organized in 1857, 487 

Assembly, Members of, in order of Sessions, 167 

Assembly, Members of, 1777-1857, alphabetically arranged, 255,433, 484 

Assembly of 1868, 432 

Attomey-Qenerals, 86 

Auburn State Prison, 44 

Auction Duties, vote concerning, 104 

Auditors of Canal Department, 41, 44 

Auditors, State, 1776-1782, 34 

Bank Commissioners, Superintendent, &.C., 39 

Banking Department, 88 

Canal Appraisers, 40, 43, 436 

Canal Board, 41 

Canal Commissioners, 40, 42 

Canal Department, Auditors, Chief Clerks, &c., 40 

Canal, divisions of, 41 

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VI CONTENTS. 

Faob. 

Canal Fund, 41 

Canals, vote on changing the Constitution in relation to, 1851 104 

Chancellors, 353 

Chief Clerks to Commissioners of Canal Fund, 41, 43 

Chief Justices of the Supreme Court 346 

Cities, Elections in, 22 

Cities, lists of, with dates, number of wards. &c., 23 

Cities, Mayors, &c., of, 425 

Clerks, County, 385 

Clinton State Prison, 46 

Colonial Assembly, Council, &c. 05, 106 

Colonial Governors, 29 

Commissioners, Bank, 39 

Commissioners, Canal, and Canal Fund, 41 

Commissioners for Building Prisons, 44 

Commissioners, School, 423 

Comptrollers, 84 

Comptrollers, Second Deputy, 41, 43 

Congress, First American, 47, 59 

Congress, Continental, 1774-1777, / 59 

Congress under Articles of Confederation, 60 

Congress under Constitution, 61 

Congress, Members of, by Congresses, 68 

Congress, 35th, 1857-1859, 431 

Congress, Members of, 1789- 1857, alphabetically arranged, 74 

Congress, Provincial, 47 

Congress, Representaticm in, and Apportionment, 63, 64 

Congress, Senators in, 62 

Congressional Districts, 65 

Constitutional Conventions, 1777, 47 

Constitutional Convention for adopting U. 8. Constitution, 1788, — 64 

^Constitutional Convention for amending N. Y. Constitution, 1801 , 55 

Constitutional Convention for revising N. Y. Constitution, 1821, .... 66 

• 

"Constitutional Convention for revising N. Y. Constitution, 1846, — 68 

"Continental Congress, New- York Delegates, 69 

Contracting Board, 486 

Council of Appointment, 99, 100 

Council, Privy (Colonial) 96 



CONTENTS. yil 

Paob. 

CooQcil of Revision, 96 

County Courts, 867 

County Officers, lists of, 368 to 424 

Counties, lists of, with dates of erections, 2 

Counties, Officers of, 1 

Court of Admiralty, 1777-1789, 864 

Court of Appeals, Judges and Clerks of, 848 

Court of Assizes, 844 

Court of Chancery, 862 

Court, Circuit, 364 

Court of the Exchequer, 346 

Court of Probates, 410 

Court, Supreme, 344, 849 

Court for Trial of Impeachments and Correction of Errors, 344 

Court for Trial of Impeachment, 344 

Courts, Colonial, 342 

Courts, County, 867 

Deputies in Provincial Congress and Convention, 60 

District Attorneys, 806 

Districts, Assembly, 128 

Districts, Congressional, 66 

Districts, Judicial, 1847, 349 

Districts, Senatorial, 108 

Duties on Salt, and Goods Sold at Auction, vote concerning, 104 

Elections in Cities, when held, 22 

Electors, Presidential, lists and votes of, 319 

Electors, Presidential, vote on changing mode of choosing, 108 

Electors, qualifications of, 102 

Engineers, Canal, how appointed, 41 

Excise Law of 1846, vote on, 104 

Executive Sessions of Senate, 98 

Executive Power, how vested, 28 

First Judges of County Courts, 368 

Free School Law, votes on, 104 

General Assembly (Colonial), how organized, 96 

General Assembly (Colonial), list of Members of, 106 

Geological Survey, 341 

Governors, powers and duties of, 28 



TUl CONTENTS* 

Ckyvernors, Colonial, 29 

Governors, State, with popular votes and Opposing Candidates, 80 

Inspectors of State Prisons, 44, 45 

Judges of County Courts 858 

Judges of Courts. ( See Courts.) 

Judicial Districts, 1847, ^ 849 

Judicial OflScers, vote on the election of, 104 

Justices of Supreme Court, 846 

Justices of the Peace, vote on the election of, 104 

Legislature, New -York, powers of, &c., 96 

Legislature, Colonial, 95 

Legislature, State, 95 

Lieutenant-Qovemors, 82 

Mayors, 425 

Mayors, vote on the election of, by the people, 104 

Metropolitan Police, 485 

Military Officers, appointment of, 98 

Natural History of State, volumes of, 842 

Navigation Companies, Northern and Western, 40 

New -York State Prison, 44 

Obsolete Names of Towns, 20 

Obsolete Names of Villages, 27 

Philadelphia Convention for preparing United States Constitution, . . 62 

Plan of Union, 1764, noticed, 47 

Presidential Electors and Vote of New -York, 319 

Prisons, Commissioners for Building ' 44 

Provincial Congresses, Officers, dates, adjournments, lists, &c., .... 47 

Provincial Convention, 47 

Public Instruction, Department of, 89 

Puisne Justices of Supreme Court, 847 

Qualifications of Governor, 1 

Qualifications of United States Senators, 62 

Qualifications of Voters, 102 

Bailroad Commissioners, Board of ( abolished in 1857 ), 46 

Ratio of Representation in Congress 64 

Regents of University, lists. Officers and present Board, 838 

Reports in Court of Chancery, 852 

Reports in Supreme Court and Court of Errors 346 



oojrrifijirx'S. ix 

Pa«b. 

Beports in Coart of Appeals, 4M 

RepreflentaUoD of New-Tork in CongreBs, table Bhowing, M 

Repreflentatives from New- York in Congress, 68 

Bepresentatives in 35th Congress, 4111 

Representatives in Colonial General Assembly, 106 

Revision, Council of, 96 

Salt Duties, vote concerning, 104 

School Commissioners, list of, 428 

School Districts, OfiScers of, 4 

Schools, Dei»artmeut of, 80, 40 

Seals, 428 

Secretaries of State, 82 

Senate, how composed, appointing powers, &c., 07 

Senate, Executive Sessions of, 08 

Senators in Congress, list of, 68 

Senators in State Legislature, by Sessions, 110 

Senators in State Legislature, 1858 481 

Senators in State Legislature, 1777 - 1857, alphabetically arranged, . . 188 

Senatorial Districts, 108, 48T 

Sherifib, 806 

Sing Sing, State Prison at, 46 

Speakers of Colonial General Assembly, list of, 106 

Speaker of Assembly, duties of, 08 

State Engineers and Surveyors, 87, 88 

State Prisons, and Inspectors of, 44. 46 

States, time of entering Union of each, 64 

SuflHrage, vote respecting Equal, 104 

Superintendent of Weights aud Measures, 485 

Superintendents of Banking Department, 80 

Superintendents of Public Instruction, 80 

Superintendents of Canals, how appointed, 41 

Superintendents of Common Schools, 40 

Supervisors, Boards of, 2 

Supreme Court of Judicature, 344, 849 

Surrogates, list of, by Counties, 410 

Surveyor-Generals, list of, 88 

Towns, how erected, 8 

Towns, list of, with dates of erection, 4 



X CONTENTS. 

Paob. 

Towns erected since 1855, 436 

Towns, list of obsolete names of, 20 

Towns, Officers of, 8 

Treasurers, State, 36 

Treasurers, County, since 1846, 420 

Vice-Chancellors, 353 

Villages, when clianged to cities, 23 

Villages, list of, incorporated by special acts, 24 

Villages incorporated ]>y the Legislature hi 1857, * 436 

Villages, list of obsolete names of, 27 

Votes on special questions at elections, 103 

Votes of Counties in Provincial Congress and Convention, 49 

Votes for (Governor and Opposing Candidates, 30 

Votes on adopting Constitutions, 56, 58 

Votes of New-York for President, 320 

Wards of Cities 23 

Weights and Measures, Superintendent of, 435 



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NEW-YORK CIYIL LIST. 



PART I. 



CIVIL DIVISIONS. 

The State of New-York is divided by law into counties^ towns^ 
cities and villages, for civil and municipal purposes ; into districts^ 
for judicial purposes and the election of representative officers ; 
and into school districts, for the maintenance of schools. 

Counties are erected and their boundaries changed by the Legis- 
lature ; and, with the exception of Hamilton county, are each enti- 
tled to at least one member in Assembly. There are elected in 
each county^ a sheriflf, clerk, district attorney, treasurer, county 
judge, special judge (in certain counties'), two justices of sessions, 
a special surrogate (in counties where that office is separate from 
judge), four coroners, three superintendents of the poor,' and at 
least one school commissioner to each assembly district/ 

Sheriffs, clerks, district attorneys, county treasurers, superin- 
intendents of the poor and school commissioners are elected for 
three years, and, with special exceptions,* are paid by fees ; judges 
and surrogates are elected for four years, and receive salaries fixed 
by the several boards of supervisors. 

The board of supervisors consists of one member from each 
town and ward in each county, and meets annually for the settle-^ 
ment of its accounts, the apportionment of taxes, and the regula- 
tion of its internal affairs. It possesses a limited legislative power, 
and appoints a county sealer of weights and measures, inspectors 
of plai^ roads and turnpikes, and a few other minor officers. 

1 Exceptinff 1b Kew-York county. 

* Cayuga, Chantauque, Jefferson, Oneida, Orange, Oswego. St. Lawrence and Tioga. 

> SoperviBon may determine upon one superintendent of the poor. Albany and New- 
York counties have none. 

< Except in New-York and Kings. (See chap. 179, Laws 1856 ) 

■ The clerk in Erie, and district attorney in Albany, Erie, Genesee, Onondaga, Hens- 
selaer and Washington counties receire salaries. School commfsstoners receire 
sa*aries. 



COUNTIES. 



COUNTIES OF THE STATE OF NEW-YORK. 



THOSE IN ITALICS ARE NOW NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OP NEW-YORK. 



Names. 



Albany, 

Allegany, . . . . 
Broome, .... 
Cattaraugus, . 

Cayuga, 

Chautauque, . 
Chemung, . . . , 
Chenango, . . . < 

Clinton, 

Columbia, . . . , 
ComwaUfi . . 
Cortland, .... 
Cumberland,^ 
Delaware, . . . 

Dukes,* 

Dutchess, .... 

Erie, 

Essex, 

Franklin, .... 

Fulton, 

Genesee, .... 
Olaucester,* . 

Greene, 

Hamilton, . . . 
Herkimer,. .. 
Jefferson, . . . 

Kings, 

Lewis, 

Livingston, . . 
Madison, .... 

Monroe, 

Montgomery,* 
New- York, . . 
Niagara, .... 

Oneida, 

Onondaga, .. 

Ontario, 

Orange, 

Orleans, 

Oswego, .... 
Otsego, 



From what taken. 



Date of Erection. 



(Original,) 

Genesee, 

Tioga, 

Genesee, 

Onondaga, 

Genesee, ^. 

Tioga, 

Tioga and Herkimer, . 

Albany, 

Albany, 

(Original,) 

Onondaga, 

Albany, 

Ulster and Otsego, . . . . 

(Original,) 

(Original,) 

Niagara, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Montgomery, 

Ontario, 

Albany, 

Albany and Ulster, . . . 

Montgomery, 

Montgomery, 

Oneida, 

(Original,) 

Oneida, 

Genesee and Ontario, . 

Chenango, 

Genesee and Ontario, . 

Albany, 

(Original,) 

Genesee, 

Herkimer, 

Herkimer, 

Montgomery, 

(Original,) 

Genesee 

Oneida and Onondaga, 
Montgomery, 



November 1 
April 7 

March 28 
March 11 
March 8 
March 11 
March 29 
March 15 
March 7 
April 4 

November 1 
April 8 

July 8 

March 10 
November 1 
November 1 
April 2 

March 1 
March 11 
April 18 
March 30 
March 16 
March 25 
April 12 
February 16 
March 25 
November 1 
March 25 
February 28 
March 21 
February 23 
March 12 
November 1 
March 11 
March 15 
March 5 
January 27 
November 1 
Novemberl2 
March 1 
February 16 



1683. 
1806. 
1806. 
1808. 
1799. 
1808. 
1836. 
1798. 
1788. 
1786. 
1683. 
1808. 
1766. 
1797. 
1683. 
1683. 
1821. 
1799. 
1808. 
1838. 
1802. 
1770. 
1800. 
1816. 
1791. 
1805. 
1683. 
1805. 
1821. 
1806. 
1821. 
1772. 
1683. 
1808. 
1798. 
1794. 
1789. 
1683. 
1824. 
1816. 
1791. 



^ Now in the State of Maine, between the Kennebec and St. Croix tiren, 
* Now Windham and Windsor counties, Yermont. 
Now Dalies and Nantucket counties, Massachusetts. 

Orleans and Esmx ooimtl«ay Ytmoiit. 



* Now Orange, Washington, Caledonia, 

• A» Tryon; changed April 2, 1784. 



COUNTIES — TOWNS. 



Names. 



Putnam, 

Queens, 

Rensselaer, . . . 
Richmond, . . . 
Rockland, . . . . 
St. Lawrence,^ 

Saratoga 

Schenectady, . 
Schoharie, . . 
Schuyler, ...< 

Seneca, 

Steuhen, 

Suffolk, , 

Sullivan, 

Tioga, 

Tompkins, ... 

Ulster, 

Warren, 

Washmgton,' 

Wayne, , 

Westchester, . , 
Wyoming, . . . , 
Yates, 



From what taken. 

Dutchess, 

(Original,) 

Albany, 

(Original,) 

Orange, 

Clinton, 

Albany, 

Albany, 

Albany and Otsego, 

Chemung, Steuben, Tompkins, 

Cayuga, 

Ontario, 

(Original,) 

Ulster, 

Montgomery, 

Cayuga and Seneca, 

(Original,) 

Washington, 

Albany, 

Ontario and Seneca, 

(Original,) 

Genesee, 

Ontario, 



Date of Erection. 



June 12 

November 1 
February 7 
November 1 
February 28 
March 3 
February 7 
March 7 
April 6 

April 17 
March 29 
March 18 
November 1 
March 27 
February 16 
April 17 
November 1 
March 12 
March 12 
April 11 
November 1 
May 14 

February 6 



1812. 
1683. 
1791. 
1683. 
1798. 
1802. 
1791. 
1809. 
1796. 
1864. 
1804. 
1796. 
1683. 
1809. 
1791. 
1817. 
1683. 
1813. 
1772. 
1828. 
1683. 
1841. 
1828. 



TOWNS, 

Towns were erected by th« Legislature until 1849, when power 
was given to the several boards of supervisors (except in New- 
York county), by a vote of two-thirds of all the members elected, 
to divide or alter the bounds of any town or erect new ones, 
when such division does not place parts of the same town in more 
than one assembly district. A survey and map of towns, thus 
changed or erected, are filed in the secretary's office, and the action 
of the board is published in the appendix to the Laws of the fol- 
lowing session. Towns ^e also erected by the Legislature. 

There are elected in each town (not excepted by statute) a 
supervisor, tovm clerk, three assessors, a collector, one or two 
overseers of the poor, one or three commissioners of highways, 



» Parts of Montgomery, Herkimer and Oneida provisionally annexed. Prerious to 
March 6, 1801« Montgomery, Herkimer and Oneida counties extended to the SU 
Lawrenee river. 

« As Ckariotte; changed April 2, 1784. When erected it embraced in Vermont the 
present connties of Franklin, Chittenden, Addison and Rutland. In New-Tork all 
east of a line drawn from St. Begis to the N W corner of the present county of 
Saratoga. 



4 TOWNS. 

four justices of the peace, constables (not exceeding five), a sealer 
of weights and measures, two inspectors of elections to each 
election district, one overseer of highways in each road district,' 
and as many ^ound-masters as the electors shall determine. 
Assessors are elected for three years, justices for four years, and 
all others for one year. All are paid by fees, or a per diem 
compensation for the time employed.* 

Towns are divided into school districts, in each of which are 
chosen three trustees, a clerk, collector and librarian. Trustees 
are elected for three years, the others for one year. 

In the following table, the names of existmg towns only are 
given, and the dates of erection are those on which they were first 
recognized by the laws of the stat^. Many had previously existed 
under patent in the colonial period. 

TOWNS OF NEW-YORK. 



COUNTY SEATS ARE DESIGNATED BY SMALL CAPITALS} HALF SHIRE TOWNS 

BY ITALICS. 



Towna. 

Adams, 

Addi8on,3 ... 
Alabama,* .. 

Albion, 

Alden, 

Alexander, . . 
Alexandria, . 

Alfred 

Allegany,* . . . 
AUeB,.::.... 

Alma, 

Almond, . . . . 

Amboy, 

Amenia, 

Amherst, . . . . 
Amity,...,... 
Amsterdam, . 
Ancram,'.... 

Andes, 

Andover, . . . . 
Anqrlioa, . . . 
Annsville, . . . 
Antwerp,. ... 
Arcadia, .... 

Argyle, 

Arietta, 

Arkwright, . . 
Ashford, .... 
Ashland, . . . . 



Counties. 

Jefferson, ... 
Steuben, .... 
Genesee, .... 
Oswego, .... 

Erie 

(jtenesee, • . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 
Allegany, ... 
Cattaraugus, 
Allegany, . . . 
Allegany, ... 
Allegany. . . . 
Oswego, .... 
Dutchess, ... 

Erie, 

Allegany, . . . 
Montgomery, 
Columbia, . . . 
Delaware,... 
Allegany, . . . 
Allegany, . . . 

Oneida, 

Jefferson, ... 

Wayne, 

Washington, 
Hamilton, . . . 
Chautauque, 
Cattaraugus, 
Greene, 



When formed. 



1, 



IT. 
24, 
27, 
8, 
8, 
11, 
18, 



April 
March, 
April 
March 
March 
June 
April 
March 
April 

January 81, 
November28. 
March 16^ 
March 25, 
March 7, 
April 10, 
February* 22, 
March 12, 
March 19, 
April 18, 
January 28, 
February 25, 
April 12, 
April 5, 

February 16, 
March 28, 
May 18, 

April 80, 
February 16, 
March 28, 



1802, 
1796, 
1826, 
1825, 
1828, 
1812, 
1821, 
1808, 
1881, 
1828, 
1854, 
1821, 
1880, 
1788, 
1818, 
1880, 
1793, 
1308, 
1819, 
1824, 
1805, 
1828, 
1810, 
1825, 
17S6, 
1886, 
1829, 
1824, 
1848, 



From what taken. 



Mexico. 

Pembroke and Shelby. 

Kichland. 

Clarence. 

Batavia. 

Brownville and Le Bay. 

Angelica. 

Great Valley. 

Angelica. 

Wifiing. 

Alfred. 

Williamstown. 

Buffalo. 

Angelica and Scio. 

( 'aughnawaga 

Livingston. 

Middletown 

Independence. 

Leicester. 

Lee, Flor^ice,Camden, Vienna. 

Le Bay. 

Lyons. 

Lake Pleasant 
Pomfret and ViUenova. 
EUicottriUe. 
Windham. 



Excepting In Kings, Queens, Suffolk and Bichmond eonntles. 

See Ke vised Statutes, part 1, chapter 11, for the powers and duties of towns. 

As Middletown ; changed April 6, 1808. Formed by Court of General Sessions or 

Steuben county. 
As GerryaviUe ; changed April 21, 1828. * As Burton; changed April 18, 1861. 
As Gallatin ; changed March 25, 1814. 



' lOrck 









, Febnurj I^ 1! 

'. Marih 
. June 

'. Mmrdi 
■ irU 



' Mirch 



BoonvlUe,.. 



Peiuibnrgb. Bcliodncli uid Sle- 
KnuHtaervlllfi. 



AII<;d lad Almonil. 



Dalhl. Stamford, MIddlctowD. 



Col Linn snd Bvs 



mii^HMd.' 



Fonued by Court of Gaienl BeMont, OnMla emnlT. 

Ai WiUMti cfaund AprU IS, 1S18. t iMBar^rd! chuwed AprU «(h, 18 

AaJIrMo,- dUDffod April IS, 1S14 e At OrrbtiliurgA ; obuind April 21, 

As Vmm; ehufsd loAKfl, AprU «, 1608; lo fimten, April S, 1^0. 

Tcmwd bj ConR of fienanl Beuloo*, Ontula coDiitT. 

Aa BrUki; dnog^ April S, 1M8. 



BurllDftoiit. . 



Oaminn,. .. 
CampA.. 



Cim^lohBrle, . . . 



CipeTiUHnt, .. 

Culllle, 






CuUeloii. .. 



Ctaimplihi, ., 
IbBrlsUon,. ., 
OtauioUe, .... 



CaEurkncu. 
Fmuktln, . 



WiuthliLEtoa, 






llctimona, . 



Sdiqyler,.. 



^Et^! 



Marsh ao, IMS, 
Npvemb-i IB, IBM. 
April SB, ISM, 



SS"'.! 



Umh fl, 1U2, 



Mured W, im. 



yBlimnn 18, 1701, 



Fram vhal Ukm. 



LIUla Valk?. 
Cbatouigftj. 

Elllcoil ud nsriDony. 

WolcoB. 

Unsdilla. 

CuSktui Coiuckie, Fr i 
Queeiubiir]'. BoHon, Tbl 



CoMeakin and Sharrm. 

lialneB and Bid^ewaj. 

FrederickalOHD. 

BleMkH, SaaUord, JobotWini. 

Gnat Valler- 



a and Ebidciiiaak. 



lUtnflfOB. 

liMbeii, WarwLok, Blonmlns 



it OMtoa; ehanced April (, 1B03. 



GlenDODt. 

CUftoo Put,' , 



ColaTSLeT.. 



Coprto,.,.. 

Corning,'... 



Craofiird,.,..! 
Onigbui. . . . , . 
Cmwa Point,.. 



DuHTffle,*... 



Onondiin, . 
CDTtlind, ,, 



KodilHid,. . 

fflSK,:: 



Schoharie, .. 

SoUlran, 

Albaij 



Fru^i,'.' 



Onctlmi"! 
WeMoliMler, 






Whenforaud. 

FehruuT U, un, 
Uarnli t, ieiS, 
FebrauTM, ISO!, 
Aj.rtl 8. •"- 



Mimh I. 1IS8. 



Mirofi IS, 1T9T, 

Usf 14, IBUSI 

Uuiih IS, 11«s, 
FebrmiT M, ISM, 



April ' 



■ Aa iruyton ,- chinked Ui: 

' A» F'tcpert; ohnnfred lg 
> Aafirlnl'irlPatI; clnnKu nirrnai. irvn 
' A* ^lo An-nwi'l.' cl»nE«l Mucb 11, mJ. 
' Orgsaiiod by Court of OenenI Boriotu. 
• itOmaird; cbungnl Decembers, lasT' 



From whU lukta. 



LIvlnjEvloD. 

b. (elD. 

■lid Rblnebrok P 



Hvih 
iforeli 



ApiU 18, ._._. 

Manh S, ISB6, 

Jioiwrj en, 1388, 

Mireb !9, 13^ 



t£rcli 
April 

Uaroh ju. ii.'v 
UhtcIi T, IIS^ 

Aiirll 11. 18«. 
Mkrcb T. 1TS9. 
Febroirj I, I9D6, 

AprU T, 181 T, 

JuDilBrir SI, 18IT, 
Mnrali t, IIB*^ 
Much 4, issa, 
April a, I ail, 

Harah SS, Ilea. 
FebmBr; 4, ISii, 
Febniarjr 39. 1811, 

iW. 



I'S!;""- 



UOIDH. 

I* Roy and Perry. 

Monl^:aii:iuFf. 



id Dlmii 



Friend.hip. 



T. 1811, 



hU,13Wj 10 Oiiunu, AprinS, ISHI. 



TOWNS. 



Towns. 



Dayton, 

Decatur, 

Deerfleld, 

Deerpark, 

DeKalb, 

Delhi, 

Donmark, 

Denning, 

De Peyster, 

De Ruyter, 

DeWitt, 

Diana, 

Dickinson, 

Dlx, 

Dover, 

Dresden,! 

Dryden, 

Duane, 

Dnanesburgh, .... 

Durham,3 

Eagle, 

East BIoomfleId,3. 

Eastchester, 

EastFishkill, 

East Hambargh,4. 

Easthampton, 

East Otto, 

Easton, 

Eaton, 

Eden, 

£dinbargh,& 

Edmeston, 

Edwards, 

Elba, 

Elbridge, 

Ellenburgb, 

Ellery, 

EUioott, 

Eluoottvillk, . . . 

Ellington, 

EUisburgh, 

ELMIRA,tf 

Enfield, 

Ephrata, 

Erin, 

Erwin, 

Esopns, 

Esperance, 

Essex, 

Evans, 

Exeter, 

Fabius, 

Fairfield, 

Fallsburgh, 

Farmersville, . . . . 

Farmington,^ 

Fayette^ 

Fenner, 

Fine, 

Fisbkill, 



Counties. 



Oattaraugos,. 

Otseso, 

Onema, 

Orange, 

St. Lawrence, 
Delaware,. .. 

^^vWlOy • • • • • • 

u loiiory • • ■ • • • 
St. Lawrence, 

Madison, 

Onondaga, .. 

Lewis, 

Franklin, ... 
Schnvler,.... 
Dutchess, ... 
Washington, 
Tompkins, .. 

FranUin, 

Schenectady, 

Greene, 

Wyoming, .. 

Ontario, 

Westchester,. 
Dutchess, ... 

Erie, 

Snflblk, ..... 
Cattaraugus,. 
Washington,. 
Madison, ... 

Erie, 

Saratoga, .... 

Otsego, 

St. Lawrence, 
Genesee, .... 
Onondaga, .. 
Essex, .../.. 

Clinton, 

Qiautanque,. 
Chautauque,. 
Cattaraugus,. 
Chautauque,. 
Jefferson, . . . 
Chemung,... 
Tompkins, .. 

Fulton, 

Chemung, . . . 
Steuben, .... 

Ulster 

Schoharie,. .. 

Essex, 

Erie, 

Otsego, 

Onondaga, .. 
Herkimer,... 
Sullivan, .... 
Cattaraugus,. 
Ontario, .... 

Seneoa, 

Madison, ... 
St Lawrence, 
Dutchess, ... 



When formed. 



February 7, 1886 
March 26, 1808 
March 16, 1798 
March 1«, 1798 
February 21, 1806 
March 28, 1798 
April 8, 1807 

March 6. 1849 
March 24, 1825 
March 16, 1798 
April 12, 1886 
April 1«, 1880 
April 11, 1808 
April 17, 1885 
February 20, 1807 
March 16, 1822 
February 22, 1808 
January 24, 1828^ 
March 22, 1788, 
March 8, 1790, 
January 21, 1828, 
January 27, 1789. 
March 7, 178S. 
November 29, 1849, 
October 16, 1850, 
March 7, 1788. 
November 80, 1864^ 
March 8, 1769, 
February 6,- 1807, 
March 20, 1812, 
March 18, 1801, 
April 1, 1808, 

April 7, 1827, 

March 14, 1820, 
March 26, 1829, 
February 12, 1798, 
April 17, 1880, 
February 29, 1821, 
June, 1, 1812, 

April 18, 1820, 
April 1, 1824, 

February 22, 1808, 
April 10, 1792, 
March 16, 1821 
March 27, 1827 
March 29, 1822 
January 27, 1826 
April 6, 1811 

April 4, 1846 

April 4, 1806 

March 28, 1821 
March 26, 1799 
March 9, 1798. 
February 19, 1796 
March 9, 1826 
March 29, 1821 
January 1789 

March 14, 1800 
April 82, 1828, 
March 27, 1844, 
March 7, 1788. 



From wh^t taken. 



Perrysburgh. 

Worcester. 

Schuyler. 

Mamakating. 

Oswegatchie. 

Middletown, Koriright, Walton 

Harrisburgh. 

Shandaken. 

Oswegatchie and De Kalb. 

Cazenovia. 

Manlius. 

Watson. 

Harrison. 

CaUin. 

Pawling. 

Putnam. 

Ulysses. 

Malone. 

Schenectady. 

Coxsackle. 

Pike. 



Fishkill. 
Hamburgh. 

Otto. 

SUllwater and Saratoga* 

Hamilton. 

Wlllink. 

Providence. 

Burlington. 

Fowler. 

Batavia. 

Camillus. 

Crown Point. 

Mooers. 

Chautauque. 

Pomflret. 

Ischua. 

Gerry. 

Mexico. 

Ch< mung. 

Ulysses. 

PsJatine. 

Chemung. 

Painted Post. 

Klngst<m. 

Schoharie. 

WiUsborough. 

Eden. 

Bichfleld. 

Norway. 

ThomfMon and Neversink. 

Isehua. 

Somulus. 

Cazenovia and Smithfleld. 

Bnssell and Pierrepont. 



1 As SmUh Bay ; changed April 17, 1822. • As KorH^fidd ; changed April 6, 1808. 

s As Freehold; chang^ March 28, 1806. * As Newtoum; ehanf^ April 6, 1808. 

* As BoomfUid; changed Feb. 11, 1888L ^ Organized by Court of General Sessions. 

« As mUooU; changed Feb. 20, 1862. • As Wiuking$(m,' ehanged April 6, 1806. 



TOWNS. 



Towns. 


Coonties. 


When formed. 


From what taken. 


Flatbosb, 


Kings, 

Kings, 

Cayoga, 

Onei&, 

Montgomery, 

Oneida, 

(^eens, 

Sollivan, .... 
Washington, 
Franklin, ... 
Washington, 
St. Lawrence, 
Herkimer,... 
Delaware, . . . 
Franklin, . . . 

Cattaraogos,. 
Cortland,.... 
Steoben, .... 
Sollivan, .... 
Ohaotaoqoe, 
Allegany, . . . 
Schonarie,. . . 

Orleans, 

Wyoming, .. 

Wayne, 

Colombia,. .. 
Saratoga,.... 

Ulster, 

Monroe, 

Onondaga, .. 

55^18*' 

Allegany, . . . 

Wyoming,... 

Livingston,.. 

MadlKHi,.... 

Chenango, .. 

Herkimer,. . . 

C(riombia,. . . 

Ohaotaoqoe, 

Colombia, . . . 

Schoharie, .. 

Hamilton,. .. 

Montgomery, 

Schenectady, 

Onondaga, .. 

Orange, 

St. Lawrence, 

Bensselaer,.. 

Oswego, 

Erie, 

Alleiaay, ... 

Washington, 

Kings, 

Cattaraogos, 

Monroe, 

Westchester, 


March 7, 1788. 
March 7, 1788. 
March 28, 1828, 
Febroary 16, 1806, 
March 12, 1798, 
March 4, 1796, 
March 7, 1788. 
May 2, 1887, 
March 7, 1788. 
Febroary 28, 1817, 
April 10, 1818, 
April 15, 1816, 
Febroary 6, 1796, 
April 10, 1792, 
May 20, 1886, 
Jane 16, 1312, 
April 18, 1820, 
AprU 21, 1818, 
November 17, 1864, 
November 14, 1861, 
April 28, 1829, 
March 24, 1815, 
April 16, 1828, 
Febroary 14, 1816, 
Febroary 25, 1814, 
Febroary 14, 1812, 
March 27, 1880, 
March 7, 1792, 
April 2, 1868, 
March 80, 1802. 
March 18, 1843, 
Janoary, 1789. 
April 16, 1880, 
April 1, 1846, 
Janoary, 1789. 
April 7, 1815, 
March 21, 1806, 
March 7, 1788. 
March 7, 1783, 
Jone 1, 1812, 
April 8, 1818, 
March 16, 1848, 
April 28, 1889, 
April 10, 1828, 
April 14, 1820, 
Janoary, 1789. 
March 7, 1788. 
April 6, 1810, 
March 20, 1807, 
April 20, 1818, 
October 19, 1862, 
April 18, 1888, 
March 28, 1786. 
March 7, 1788. 
Anril 16, 1818, 
March 22, 1822, 
March 7, 1788. 




FlaUands, 

Fleming, 

Florence. • 


Aorellos. 
Camden. 


Florida, 


Mohawk. 


Floyd, 


Steoben. 


Flnfthiiiir.. .... •••« 




Forrestborgh, .... 

Fori Ann,i 

Fort Covington,. . . 

Fort Ed ward, 

Fowler. .....a.... 


Thompson and Mamakating. 

Constable. 

Argyle. 

Bossie and BnfwelL 


Frankfort, 

Franklin, r . . . . r ^ ^ - 


German Flats. 

Harperefleld. 

BellmonL 


Franklin. 


Franklinville,'.... 

Freedom, 

Freetown, 

Fremont.. 


Clean. 

Ischna. 

Cincinnatos. 

HomellsvUle, Dansvllle, Way* 

Colli koon. [land, Howard. 

Clymer. 

Caneadeai 

Middleborgh. 

Bidgewa. 

Warsaw. 

Jonios. 


Fremont 

French Creek,.... 

Friendship, 

Fol'on 


Gaines, 


GainesVille,* 

G-alen. - 


GallaUn 


Ancram. 


G-alwav. 


Ballston. 


Gardiner, 

Gates,^ 


Shawangonk, New Palts and 

[Bochester. 
Salina. 


Geddes, 


Genoa,* 




Genesee, 

Genesee Falls,.... 

Gbxssbo,* 

GecNTgetown, 

German, 

G^ermanFlats, .... 

Germantown, 

G^rrv. ............ 


Coba. 

Pike and Portage. 

De Boyter. 
De Boyter. 

German or East Camp. 
Pomfret [Chatham. 
Ciaverack, Kinderhook, and 
Broome and Blenheim. 


x^* .... .... 

Ghen^ 


Gilboa, 


Gilman, 


Wells. 


Glen, 


Charleston. 


Glenrille, 

Crorham,^ • 

Ooih&n, 


• Schenectady. 


G«mvemeor, 

Grafton. .......... 


Oswegatchie. 

Troy and Petersborgh. 

Hannibal. 

Tonawanda. 

Grove. 

Clean. 
Gates. 


Granby, 

Grand Island, .... 

Granger,* 

Granville, 

Gravesend, 

Great VaUey, 

Greece, 


Greenborgh, 





As Wetifidd ; changed April 6, 1808. > As lacJvaa ; changed March 8, 1824. 

As E^; changed April 17, 1816. 

As KorVtampwn; changed Jone 10, 1812. 

As Milton ; changed April 6, 1808. Organized by Coort of General Sessions. 

Organized by Coort of General Sessions ; Oeneteey in K. and B. ed , ii., 62. 

Organized by Coort of General Sessions as EaOon ; changed to Lincoln. April 17, 1806 : 

and to (TorAom, April 6, 1807. 
As Weti Orove; ehanged March 6, 1887. 



Towiu. 


CounUeiL 


■WhBo formed. 


From whal uken. 


jSrcenbosh 


Henwlosr,,. 

AlbrniT,. ... 
Ohmoago, .. 

jSi 

Bamlogo,... 

Er1e,\r 

Delamire,... 

».^ 

Orange.. .. 
Uelawan,... 
0(«i«a, .... 

BIelibcI^ .... 

SE:;;; 

Woahlngtoa, 
Bchnjto-,.... 

?."&;■::: 

Sit:™". 
S-s:.:;:: 

CorUand 

lUmlli™,,'.. 
OnUilo,. ... 


SS. SIS 

December i, IV», 
Maroh 4, 1808. 

April T, 1S1T, 
t^aOi 8, ISST, 
Juoory 9T, irW- 
FobroarJiMSOa, 
April », 1PI8, 
April 3, ISM, 
Febmarjai, tsni, 
Febraarr 88. 1307, 
Kovemb'rlS, tSfii, 

Mireh »\ 18SI 
March M, n8«. 

March is', 1841,' 
Febniury M, isng, 

mS^ i^iissl 

March iS, tisa. 

FebraarylT, 1308, 
MUTli IT, 1818, 
March T 1T^ 
April IT, 18S0, 

NorembTll, 853, 
March T, 783. 
April 14, 830, 

a, 'i. v& 




Orwnlleid,' 

Qrocnvlile,' 


fiaraloga and Willon. 
Baiaaa dtj. 

Troiipsbargh and CodIbIoo. 




Ij«l.e. 




W^E 


Waler»lle^ 

OifDTd. [Rochcjler, 






Walloa and DeltaL 


SSS?:::::-:- 


HjhXt," ;::::::: 


S'»ndS'- 
Pomfrel. 
Virgil. 
Chaalaoqne. 

LowTllie, Cliunplaii, Msxleo. 


Horriawttuni 

as?"':-- 




H™il^vllle. 






H™i«'i™i,' 

Hendetla, 


De Knlb and Edwiirdi. 
Willbit 












^■>p<""j" 


Gorham. 



Ai Orgimntld ; ohaneed to Fmelield, April «, 180 

As Mrati/inffhmn ,- ebonged Febmorf sii, IS03. 

At JMvMim; ehanged March IS. Ibis. 

A> CiMreA TWiot,- ehanged by Revised BUInM*, 

AaJfiHUn.,- chvi^ Mireh il, IMT. 

AtSoiAtt^; cbaTigi?d April 0. 1SDS. 

A) lAlm/Diat; correclwl March IT, ISM. 

A* A»ui ffiwi/wfjurf ,• changed Februarj- i, ITM 

At ZUiHIu; dtsuged Febnur^r 23, ISSL 



. wd to ffnwiMfffe, UuEh It, li 



UllIH'. 

Wi^fi 

Allogini, ... 

Uoatoa, 

SoDDIk, 

Tompkl'iit,' ! ! 
Vubluglan, 






ChuHUDque,, 
OalDinlili,. .. 
WuMngton, 
UlUcT. 

AMmai,!'.'.'.', 
IMiwans,. .. 



Erie, 

TompUu, 

Oanlnad,., 
OlMgn..... 

Uadlwui,.. 



LlTil 



When Jhmwd. 

. CsTch a, ISCUS. 
Idirah M, 1388, 
Jmnawrr SI, ISts, 

April 1. tfaa. 

Febmirjr 11. ISM, 
Fobnurir IT. IMS. 
Jnoa 18, 18 IS, 

mV°"' li. 'awl 

April IS. U14, 
Uu^ T, 11^. 
MuVh T, IISS 
FebrasTT 9fi< 18^S^ 



April II, ISIfi. 

JoDUUTT mI ISiT. 
April W, 1 983. 

J»o<uaj ]«, 1I«S, 
Febnwr; 12, 1808, 
iMmaiy, IIIiO. 
NovamVrH. IMH, 

S- wll fc ISUS, 

krch 11, ntf, 
FebtnUT 1». 18M. 
March ID, ISOa. 
AprU I. 1887, 

March T. IKS. 
Kov«nb-il(, lau, 
Hvcb I, IT88. 
March SS, 1780- 
Uirdh 7, 1T<58. 
April 18, IMI, 
Febmar} IS, 13IB, 
March 11, 173^ 
April IS, WK, 



JIUIUIU7 GO, ISSei, 
Aiiril 8, 1811, 

March 30, Ism. 



Tronpaburgh ar 

WifLboroPsh. 
Blesbelm. 

Leilnglon and 



CKUghiiawaBii. 

WMhiDBti.n. 

ElliabcOitoiinMdJB;. 






VU^l. 



uarcfFmngUI. 



> AtJ^nSay; eh«ited lUreli 17, 1884. 

■ Aa Biet; chanaed llansb i1. 18SS. 

* Ocianlied b; (M(inof8*neril8«ttiCHU. 

clwnitMl 
■tafied 



lawd A^— ... 

l>jB«Ti«ed eu(ala,1838. 



TOWM. 


Counties. 


Whonfcrmed. 


Fromwh««k«.. 




Ssr-.;::: 










WtllEbOTDUgh. 




















I*«ri.ton, 




Felmi«TS7, 1S18. 


0.mbri». 
















Ji'JXS':: 


Jinuarr «T, IT^. 








LumberteiK!. 








UnckLun, 




















































iirx^'--'"- 


aSK":: 


dTl; Jl 






feSET"::: 


Febnuuj-lS, 80S, 
April 15, SO, 
F.b™u7»». 808, 














c-yii(^ 








g.'.-r-'p's: 






























S !J'5 










Mexira 




[■umbtriind 








&!••!!: 


tooaubury. 






sai'^ 












Ssi:::;: 






































MRdiBon,.... 


S"^ 1 iS 






































3:;^ ?;?^ 
































































a *}; ?^ 


























S"^ 


gJ^S^b..'^ ^ 




































Febraurai, ISSB, 


Kiitlud. 





Ai Betlima ; ebBaned April B. 1818- 

Ai CAarfeilon.- ch»ni(«l April 9, IB08. 
•- "~'-~ changed Anrf - '-~' 



Tn 1 oblund to Utraville, 
cfasnnd April 1«, 1823. 
m ,' oliBDeed by Berised & 



!, April 8, 180B, ud la AfoJm*, June 10; lilt. 



TOWNS. 



13 



Towns. 



Goonties. 



Mabtishbuboh, . 

Maryland, 

Masonyille, 

Ma^sena, 

MayAeld, 

Mendon, 

Mentz,» 

Meredith, 

Mexico, 

Middlebargh,..., 

Middlebnrv, 

Middlefield. 

Middlesex,' ..... 

Middletown, 

MQan, 

Milford,* 

MlLO^ 

Meltok, 

Mina, 

Minden, 

Minerva, 

Minisink, 

Mohawk, 

Moira, 

Monroe,* 

Montague, 

Montgomery,. .. 

Mooers, 

Morayia, 

Moreau, 

Morehouse, 

Moriah, 

Morris, 

Morrisania, 

Morristown, 

Moant Hope,^ . . . . 
Moant Morris, . . . . 
Moant Pleasant, .. 

Murray, 

Nanticoke, 

Naples,* 

Napoll,' 

Nassaa,^ 

Nebson, 

Neyersink, 

New Albion 

Newark,* 

New Baltimore, . . 
NewBerlin,»o ... 

New Bremen 

Newbvrgh, 

Newcastle, 

Newcomb, 

Newfane, 

Newfle1d,ii 

New Hartford, . . . . 
New Haven, 



When formed. 



Lewis, 

Otsego, 

Delaware, . . . 
St. Lawrence, 

Fulton, 

Monroe, 

Cayuga 

Delaware,. .. 
Oswego, .... 
Bchoharie, . 
Wyoming,. .. 

Otsego, 

Yates, 

Delaware, . . . 
Dntcheas, . . . 

Otsego, 

Yates, 

Saratoga, .... 

Chautauque, 

Montgomery, 

Essex, 

Orange, 

Monwomery, 
Franklin, ... 

Orange, 

Lewis, 

Orange, 

Clinton, 

Cayuga, 

Saratx>ga, . . . . 
Hamilum,. .. 
Essex, 



Otsego 

Wesnshester, 
St. Lawrence, 

Orange, 

Livingston, . . 
Westchester, 

Orleans, 

Broome, .... 

Ontario, 

Cattaraugus, 
Rensselaer,.. 
Madison, .... 
Sullivan, .... 
Cattaraugus, 

Tioga, 

Greene, 

Chenango, .. 

Lewis, 

Orange,. ... 
Westchester, 

Essex, 

Niagara, .... 
Tompkins, .. 

Oneida, 

Oswego, 



February 22, 
March 25, 
April 4, 

March 8, 
March 12, 
May 26, 

March 80, 
March 14, 
April 10, 
March 17, 
March 20, 
March 8, 
January, 
March 8, 
March 16, 
February 6, 
March 6, 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
April 
April 
March 
Novemb'rl4, 
March 7, 
March 
March 
March 
AprU 

February 12, 
AprU 6, 

December 7, 
March 27, 
February 16, 
April 17, 
March 7, 
AprU 8, 

AprU 18, 
January, 
January 20, 
March 21, 
March 18, 
March 16, 
February 28, 
April 12. 
March 15, 
AprU 8, 

March 81, 
March 7, 
March 18, 
March 15, 
March 20, 
February 22, 
April 12, 
AprU 2, 



28, 

7, 

T, 

4, 

16, 

28, 



20, 
20, 
23, 
18, 



1808, 

1808, 

1811, 

1302. 

1798, 

1812, 

1802, 

1800, 

1792, 

1797, 

1812, 

1797, 

1789. 

1789, 

1818, 

1796, 

1818, 

1792, 

1824, 

1793, 

1817, 

1788. 

1887, 

1828, 

1799, 

1850, 

1788. 

1804, 

1888, 

1805, 

1885, 

1808, 

1849. 

185.5, 

1821, 

18-25, 

1818, 

1788. 

1808, 

1881, 

1789. 

1828, 

1806, 

1807, 

1798, 

1880, 

1828, 

1811, 

1807, 

1843, 

1788. 

1791, 

1628, 

1824, 

1811, 

1827, 

1818, 



From what taken. 



Turin. 

Worcester. 

Siduey. 

Caughnawaga. 

Bloomfield. 

Aurelius. 

Franklin and Eortrlght. 

Whltestown. 

Schoharie. 

Warsaw. 

Cherry VaUey. 

Rochester and Woodstock. 

Northeast 

UnadiDa. 

Benton. 

Ballston. 

Clymer. 

Canajoharie. 

Schroo*!. 

Johnstown. 
Dickinson. 
ComwaU. 
West Turin. 

Champlain. 

Sempronius. 

Northumberland. 

Lake Pleasant. 

Crown Point, Elizabethtown. 

Butternuts. 

West Farms. 

Oswegatchie. 

Walkill, Minisink, Deerpark. 

Leicester. 

Northampton. 
Lisle. 

LitUe YaUey. [Schodaek. 

Petersburgh, Stephentown and 

Cazonovia. 

Rochester. 

LiUle YaUey. 

Berkshire. 

Coxsackie. 

Norwich. 

Watson and Croghan. 

North Castle. im 

Minerva and Moriah. 

Wlkton, HarUand, Somerset. 

Spencer. 

Whltestown. 

Mexico* 



As Jf^trton; changed April 6, 1808. 

By Court of General Sessions, Ontario county, as Auqwi/U% ; changed April 6, 1808. 

As 8Hjfrag9 ; changed April 8, 1800. * By Court of General Sessions, Ontario co. 

As CAfsncocks; changed April 7, 1801. "^ As (Jold Spring ; changed April 15, 1S28. 

As CWhowi; changed March 14, 1888. « As PhiUpstown ; changed April 6, 1808. 
' As Wert'dlle: changed March 24, 1824!* 
10 Ghaoged to Lan&utart May 9, 18:^1 ; original name restored March 22, 1822. 
>> As CayuCa; changed March 29, 1822. 



Towm 


c«,tw 


Vhen formed. 


From what Uken. 


Ne<tH<id(nn,>.... 

McwLebanm.- — 
VairLbriKHi,)..... 
few Lota, 

S;^S?.::;:::: 

!»;:;;: 

ip:.::::::: 


Mi.:: 
SK"':::::- 

Se 

Sr^.-::: 
S».s: 

Fulton, .°™ 
Wcgloheeler, 
Erie, 

Ebchmond-M 

&.■•■:: 

SSSS.;; 
SSr,':: 

Herilhner;!!; 

Si:: 


1. 'fi 

a : s 

April iS, 1883. 

it. ^:ffi 
Ss: !:ffi 

Jnna 1, 181a, 

R3 r»s 

Marcli 7, 18i>9, 
April t, ISdS, 
Fobruiry 1, ITSS, 

sSiE: 

February 87, 1846, 

Deccmburis) 184»i 

FSbraary !8| ISSsi 
Marc!, ^ t; 17^ 
April IS, SIS, 

a !;» 

ManiL IS, 7S8, 
April in, 7«, 

April ^ 1828, 
^^^ B,1W, 

UuDh 1^ 180^ 

ESr"f, SI: 

Fabmnrjig, SIT, 


1-lnaBdd. 
Flalbush. 

Hntlmar, Fsirield, Nonra, 

Belhlcbcm. 

Cambris. 
Tioga- 


SST".:::;:: 


Laul>rUle BDd SUckholni. 
Broulalbln. 

Oolllni. 
Bparta. 

Keene. 

Hodah. 

Nonrlcli. 

sss. 


Orth CaaUe, 

arth CoUini,!. ... 
orli Dannill*,.. 

onhEUM,".'. '.'.'.'. 

ortliaeld, 

orlh GrMnboifa, 

SSgSS.:;: 


"■?"»■ 


Jericbo and Union. 














Uaitletown, Hnrley and SbaD- 

Unadllla. 

Uareellui. Pompey, HmiIIdi 

WcBlTniin. 
Ang^lca. 
HoniK Pleaaant 
Llibon. 




jnia.tair'.:::"" 


Xffc.^:::: 


^■■■■■■■■- 




Livmgfloti. ..1 MuCb 111 1808, 
VMIeliintrr, [ May t, 184B, 
8l.L»wrenc6,l Hardi 8, 1805, 

Otwffo, April SO, 1BI8, 

OlMgo, April IS, ISM, 

Outgo, UanJi 7, 1JS8. 

CtaraangD,.. Harcll S8, 1817, 

C-y-g^ Maroh 80, 18«a, 


Siiii:;; 


oj?gj" 


p™^r° M>^l^!^ TullT. 










Pecryabirgh. 

AnreUM. 


)w«iii;t"::;;:;; 



HileUf chnngFd Av'^U, 1^7. * As Wetl Bivnmiirlr : rhnned Mdy3.ish. 
mom; rdiannnl AptU 0, 18ir3 ^ it Oteffo; obenffcd April ii, l^^o. 
CHt; cbanEM April IS, 1881. ■ Aa Frtttiiwn ; chongrd Kebruarj iS, 19H 
iJlfcuupr; cdanpulFcb. 11, IsU.' i»J««j,- caonpfd Fabruiirj' Su, IMS. 
U<r)»w,' ohimBfd Jqn(.31. It^a," A> O«liia<fl0 ; chiiww] March l4, ISU. 
Tu.UnlU'! clian»nJ April IJ, IsM. 



TOWNS. 



15 



Towna. 



OWBGO, 

Oxford, 

Oyster Bay,... 

Palatine, 

Palermo, 

Palmyra,! .... 
Pamelia,' .... 

Paris, 

Parish, 

Parish ville,. .. 

Parma, 

Patterson,* . . . 
Pavilion, . . . . 

Pawling, 

Peiham, 

Pembroke, . . . 
Pendleton, ... 

Penfield, 

Perrinton, . . . . 

Perry, 

Perrysburgh,* 

Persia, 

Perth, 

Peru, 



Petersbnrfffa. 
-1 



Pharsalia, 

Phelps,* 

Philadelphia, 

Philipstown, 

Pierrepont, 

Pike, 

Pine Plains, 

Pinckney, 

Pitcaim, 

Pitchy 

Plttsfleld, 

Pittflford, 

Pittetown, 

Plainfleld, 

Plattekill, 

PLATTBBUBOn, . . . . 

Pleasant VaUey, .. 

Plymonth, 

Poestenkill, 

Poland, 

Pomf^et, 

Pompey,* 

Portage, 

VortCnxiOj 

Porter, 

Portland, 

Porlville, 

Potsdam, 

Potter, 

Ponghkeepsie, .... 

Ponndridge, 

Prattsburgh, 

PrattsvUle, 



Counties. 



Tioga 

Chenango, .. 

Qaeens, 

Montgomery, 

Oswego, 

Wayne, 

Jefferson, . . . 

Oneida, 

Oswego, .... 
8t Lawrence, 

Monroe, 

Putnam, .... 
vrenesoo, . . • • 
Dutchess, . . . 
Westchester, 
Crenesoo, .... 
Niagara, .... 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Wyoming, .. 
Cattaraogns,. 
Gattaraagus, 

Fulton 

Clinton, .... 
Bensselaer,.. 
Chenango, .. 
Ontario,. ... 
Jefferson, ... 
Putnam, . . . 
St. Lawrence, 
Wyoming, .. 
Dutchess, . . . 

Lewis, 

St Lawrence, 
Chenango, .. 

Otsego, 

Monroe, 

Bensselaer,.. 
vfUego,..* 

Ulster, 

ainton, 

Dutchess, ... 
Chenango, .. 
Rensselaer,.. 
Chautauque,. 
Chautanque, 
Onondaga, .. 
Livingston,.. 
Broome, .... 
Niagara, .... 
Chautauque,. 
Cattaraugus,. 
St. Lawrence, 

Tatesr 

Dutchess, ... 
Westchester,. 

Steuben, 

Oreene, 



Whenlbrmed. 



10, 

20, 

16, 

8, 

17, 

19, 

T, 

7, 

8, 

16, 

80, 

26, 

il, 
18, 



February 16, 
January 19, 
March 7, 
March 7, 
AprU 4, 

January, 
April 12, 
AprU 
March 
April 
April 
March 
May 
March 
March 
June 
April 
March 
May 
March 
April 

February 7, 
April 18, 
December28, 
March 18, 
April 7, 

January, 
April 8, 

March 
April 
March 
March 

February 12, 
March 29, 
February 18, 
March 24» 
March 
March 
March 
March 
AprU 

January 26, 
Anril 7, 

March 2, 
April 9, 

March ll, 
January, 
March 8, 
December 8, 
June 1, 

AprU 9. 

April «7, 
February 21, 
April 26, 



From what taken. 



2«. 



25, 

T, 

26, 

21, 

4, 



M!arch 
March 
April 
March 



7, 

7, 

12, 

8, 



1791. 

1798, 

1788. 

1738. 

1882, 

1799. 

1319, 

1792, 

1828, 

1818, 

1808, 

1796,' 

1841, 

1788. 

1788, 

1812, 

1827, 

1810, 

1812, 

1814, 

1814, 

1886, 

1888, 

1792, 

1791, 

1806, 

1789. 

1821, 

1788. 

1818, 

1818, 

1828, 

1808, 

1886, 

1827, 

1797, 

1S14, 

1788. 

1799, 

1800, 

1785. 

1821, 

1806, 

1848, 

1882, 

1808, 

1789. 

1827, 

1855, 

1812, 

1818, 

1887, 

1806, 

1882, 

1788. 

1788. 

1818, 

1888, 



Jericho and Union. 



Volney. 

BrownviUe. 

Whitestown. 

Mexico. 

Hopkinton. 

Northampton. [Town. 

Frederickstown and Southeast 

Covington 

Manor of Peiham. 

Batavia. 

Niagara. 

Boyle. 

Bovle. 

Leicester. 

Clean and Ischua. 

Perrysburgh. 

Amsterdam. 

Plattsburgh and WUlsboroagfa 

Stephentown. 

Norwich. 

LeBay. 

Bussell. 

Nnnda. 

Northeast 

Harrison and Harrisburgh. 

Fowler. 

German and Linaklaen. 

Buriington. 

SmaUwood. 

Bichfleld. 
Marlborough. 

Clhiton. 
Norwich 
Sand Lake. 
Sllicott 
Chautauque. 

Nnnda. 

Chenango 

Cambria. 

Chautauque. 

Olean. 

Madrid. 

Starkey. 



Pultney. 
Windhard. 



Erected by Court of General Sessions of Ontario county. 

Changed to Leamder^ April 21, 1824 ; original name restored April 9, 1826. 

As FrankUn; changed AprU 6, 1808. 

Aa Perry; changed April 10, 1818. 

As Stonington; changed April 6, 1808. 

Eqpeted by Conrt of General Sessions, Ontario county, and by statute, March 6, 1794. 



16 



TOWNS. 



Towns. 



Oonnties. 



Preble, 

Preston, 

Prlncetown, 

Providence, 

Pultney, 

Patnam, 

Patnam Valley,* . . 

Queensbury, 

Kartapo,^ 

Randolph, 

Rathbone, 

Reading, 

Redfield 

Redhook, 

Remsen, 

RensselaervUle,. .. 

Rhinebeck, 

Rlchfleld, 

Richford,' 

Bichlandy 

Richmond,^ 

Richmond ville, . . . 

Ridgeway, 

Riga, 

Ripley, 

RlVKRHBAn 

Rochester, 

Rockland, 

Rodman,^ 

Borne, 

Romalus, 

Root, 

Rose, 

Roeeboom 

Rosendale, ........ 

Rossie, 

Rotterdam, 

Roxbury, 

Royalton, 

Rush, 

Rushford, 

Russell, 

Russia,* 

Rutland, 

Kye 

St. Armand, 

St. Johnsville, .... 

Salem, 

Salina, 

Salisbury, 

Sand Lake, 

Sandy Creek, 

Sanford, 

Sangerfleld, 

Saranac, 

Saratoga, 

Saratoga Springs,. 

Sardinia, 

Saugerties, 

Savannah, 



When formed. 



Cortland, ... 
Chenango, .. 
Schenectady, 
Saratoga,.... 

Steuben 

Washington, 
Putnam, .... 
Warren, . .. 
Rockland,. .. 
Cattaraugus, 
Steuben, .... 
Schuyler, .... 

Oswego, 

Dutchess, . . . 

Oneida, 

Albany, 

Dutchess, . . . 

Otsego, 

Tioga, 

Oswego, .... 

Ontano, 

Schoharie, .. 

Orleans*, 

Monroe, 

Chautauque,. 

Suffolk, 

Ulster, 

Sullivan, .... 
Jefferson, . . . 

Oneida, 

Seneca, 

Montgomery, 

Wayne, 

Otsego, 

Ulster, 

St. Lawrence, 
Schenectady, 
Delaware, . . . 
Niagara, .... 

Monroe, 

Allegany, . . 
St I^wrence, 
Herkimer,. . . 
Jefferson, ... 
Westchester, 

Essex, 

Montgomery, 
Washmgton, 
Onondaga, .. 
Herkimer, . . . 
Rensselaer, . . 

Oswego, 

Broome, .... 

Oneida, 

Clinton, 

Saratoga, 

Saratoga,.... 

Erie, 

Ulster, 

Wayne, 



April 8, 

AprU a, 

Miirch 26, 
February 6, 
February 12, 
February 28, 
March 14, 
March 18, 
March 18, 
February 1, 
March 23, 
February 17, 
March 14, 
June 2, 

March 15, 
March 8, 
March 7, 
April 10, 
April 18, 
February 20, 
January 27, 
AprU 11, 
Jane 8, 

April 8, 

March 1, 
March 18, 
March 7, 
March 2S!, 
March 24, 
March 4, 
March 5, 
January 27, 
February 5, 
Novemb'r28, 
April 26, 
January 27, 
AprU 14, 
Mlarch 28, 
AprU 5, 

March 18, 
March 8, 
March 27, 
April 7, 

April 1, 

MTarch 7, 
April 28, 
AprU 18, 
Miirch 28, 
March 27, 
March 8, 
June 19, 

February 24, 
April 2, 



March 

March 

March 

April 

March 

April 



5, 

29, 

T, 

16, 
5. 



Novemb'r 24, 



1808, 
1806, 
1798, 
1796, 
1808, 
1806, 
1839, 
1786. 
1791, 
1826, 
1S56, 
1806, 
1800, 
1812, 
1798, 
1790, 
1T88. 
1792, 
1881, 
1807, 
1789. 
1845, 
1812, 
1808, 
1817, 
1792, 
1788. 
1809, 
1804, 
1796, 
1794. 
1828, 
1836, 
1854, 
1844, 
1818, 
1820, 
1799, 
1817, 
1818, 
1816, 
1807, 
1806, 
1802, 
1788. 
1844, 
1888, 
1786. 
1809, 
1797, 
1812, 
1825, 
1821, 
1795, 
1824, 
1788. 
1819, 
1821, 
1811, 
1824, 



From what taken. 



TuUy. 

Norwich. 

Schenectady. 

Galway. 

Bath. 

Westfleld. 

PhUipstown. 

Hayerstraw. 

Conhewango. 

Addison, Cameron, Woodville. 

Frederickstown. 

Mexico. 

Rhinebeck. 

Norway. 

Watervllet. 

Otsego. 

Berkshire. 

WiUiamstown. 

Cobloskill. 

Batavia. 

Northampton. 

Portland. 

Southold. 

Neversink. 

Adams. 

Stenben. 

Cani^oharie and Charieaton. 

Wolcott 

Cherry Valley. 

Huriey, Marbletown, NewPalta. 

RusselL 

Schenectady. 

Stamford. 

HarUand. 

Avon. 

Caneadea. 

Hopklnton. 

Norway. 

Watertown. 

Wilmington. 
Oppenhelm. 

Mangos and Onondaga. 

Palatine. 

Greenbush and BerUn. 

Richland. 

Windsor. 

Paris. 

Plattsbnrgh. 

Saratoga. 
Concora. 
Kingston. 
Galen. 



* As Quincey; changed February 18, 1840. 

3 As New Hampstead ; changed to IfamptOead, March 8, 1797 ; to Batnapo, by Reyised 

Statutes, 1823. 

* As ArUvgton ; changed April 9, 1882. 

4 Erected by Court of General Sesitlons as Pittetovjn ; changed to Honeoyet AprU 6, 

1808, and to Bickrmmdy April 11, 1815. 

* As Harrison; changed AprU 6, 1808. * As Union; changed AprU 6, 1808. 



Holirnon, ■ .^... 
»rli07ler, 



ehHodrnka^'!'.'. 

Shannrnnk,. . 

Bhdbf, 

Bboldon, 

BheltH Iiluid, . 

Bboiboni, 

Hbertdut, 

BbemuiL, 

Btem e a to JM , . . . 



iXr:::::: 



onlhunpUm, 
oalh BrtMOl,. . 



Boalh ViUe;,, . 

Bpaflbrd, 

Bp*™.' 



Sprlogwuer, . . 

Suonrd 

Bumfbrd, ...... 

Suiciford, 

BlttBag,. ...'.'.'. 



Bteq1>. 
Sltllwi 



LivbigMuiXf-. 






Anrll 
Such 



Usrib 
Jnns 



Angel Iciu 
Frederltikstmrgh. 



Elmlrt 

CoLd Spring and Eindolob. 

Tally. 



Aorelfm Md^S 



Kcudiag. 
Wbliaslowii 






> Oigmnlzed by ODurt vt QeDenil Sesifou of Oaurio co 

> AtStaJbrd; cbinged AprU «, ISOg. 

■ A> 8lepA4nkvM; oUnged April t, 1908. 



Tm™. 


CcHinllea. 


When formed. 


Fromwha.-* 


•u. 


Kir 


Columbia,. .. 


Ap^ril Sn, 1888, 

Nov«a[^ a', issa! 

FL-braary M, 1808, 
April 3S, 1B8I, 

ffl! "tia 

S£i US 

Ajjrii 10, m. 

February B9. 944. 
March to, 904, 
March 11. 900, 

sir"'!!: S!: 

April 19, 18SI, 
February W, 13ri8. 

iSi i\S 

lUreh 14, 1800, 
Deoembcrll, IMS, 

sr "iS. 

April 17, 1923, 
idireh 26. 1840, 
April 17, IBW, 
Fobmiiry 8, 188", 
January 80, ISJ3, 
February IT, 190*. 
February IT, 190*, 

'ssr as 

£. S;g!; 

April 8, 1907, 
Jano«ry M, li28, 

iKHh iflm 

£Ch i\r^. 

March 17, ITDT, 

5S-'l!:ia 

Mareti j', im. 
April IT, 1818, 


Giienl and Sluyvesaa 

AtbnI. ' 
PalaUne. 
Kinderhonk. 
GaunuTla. 

Cabiaiklll and JoIIura 
Marmy. 

Crown Point. 
B^Km and Mill, 

SS-- 

MiddleHnrn and Can 
Fnbina. 

Clarkinn. 
Eoekman and Freed 

Bulplo 

Btt-,ran,.ld. 

r- 

FrHDMln. 

Tbnrman. 
BaUri*. 

Halrmocn. 




tSST^ :■■:.: 


SET.:::; 

sasf-.-.v. 

Oortiiwd 

JeObiwD, ... 
BulUran,.... 
Wuren, .... 

Brwnu, .... 

iS*::::: 
?S:St:: 

oi"*^ 

S=;.:::: 

Sa-.:: 

Br^e,:!:;; 
SSSf:::; 

is;;: 
SS;;; 

Baraloga,.... 




STi::::::.::: 


on. 


SfSr**!:-: 








Tlionloiv 




TompHo.,' 












Tmo^rgii; .... 


al». 






































UtliwiV,l.^ 


n,. 


tSbS-::::::: 










aEuMa. 








Tlelor, 








^^c^ 




















Walwonii, 




Warwick, 

WesbingUm 

"Wateribrd, 





> Ai Plate; ohanged Uareh 18. 1882. 



. Leiul*,... 



Albany, . 



Whan forqwd. 
MuTb K, IS«9, 

. Msnh sol 1891, 
March 14, isna. 

'. uSiteb \% ITH. 
FcbmsTT Si IB*\ 

NovBinbTM, ISSiS, 
. Apri) 13, 1S39, 

. FdbrDUT 11, 1SK3, 
" — - T, 1188. 

). isio, 

», ITW, 



. lb»h 



. OiUnbrr 1«, 18GI, 
. Fsbrauj H, IMS. 



Wuhli^tdD, 



. Wayne... 



h^T la, 1S8«, 

FebraHTT 98, ISdl. 
FebniaiT S9, IMO, 



Jb 44, 18W, 

NoiembTIO, ISil, 
"-- 8, IS88, 



. Manib M, It 

. April II, 1) 

, April la, IS 

. Minb 24, I! 

. Fobniort 18, It 

April 11, 11 

, Uaieh 8,11... 

. April !», IMS, 



RoclietliT. 
Cobwlm snd Dam 



Boio, Aniluv'er hdU wTSng.' 
AngoUcD. Alfred aod Almond 



!& 



CaldUnnta. 
BaUiRDd Frel 

Cban^fiii&oin I 



nuHtaHodWi-BtBrai 

Le Bar and Lcyden. 
Norlbiinibcrland. 

LIlDhBe^.'BlcbfliiTd, 1 

Junius. 
TniapibnrKb auil Adi 



> AanytbHoMous,- cbaund Apri18,lSCIS. > AlSttuea; changed M^.rch !e, : 
■ As/n«srwu,- chuigBd April 8,1811. • AaDimMOa; changed Miirch 29 

• AtHorMoa; otianged Jamurr SI, 183S. 



0B80r.ETE TOWNS. 



OBSOLETE NAMES OF TOWNS, 



[ThoH Bn«r«iirili clungod, we detlgnalail lij UuUm.] 



Arilnglon, 

Alhal, 

Anbam,! 

BLoomBcld, , . . . . 

^'\i* 

Bronklyn, ,..,^.. 
Huttaia, ,. .„,... 

OalhDiin, 

CaynUh*. :i! 

Cliftrldtnwn, , , . . 
CbceKw.ks .. ■■ 
Chiircli Trtat, ... 

Cliftmi, 

CotdSprini, 

'&l^... '.'.'.'.'.".'.'. 

Kimvliin, 

FsMeld 

Fyuiklla,... 

PrukUD, 

TRderlck, 

FnidNliilntnirfli, 
Frederi<^towii, , 
Fnderldutawii, . 

Freedom, 

FreehoW: 

FnwbDld 

FtHport, , 

TreMctwn, , 

<HU»IUi, , 



Uontffpm 






AlbuT, 

Bi^ Lawmiee, 
Tompklnft, .. 
Ouego,.... 

Ontario,. .. 

Kria, , 

KriB, 

Fntiklln, . 



















































April 11, 




K'S; 
















































m 


Sffi",'' 


» 


















sai!' 


5 


&,!■ 
























as.,!' 










































^^.^.^ 




fr'!!' 



























AlbMpymd W 



LnUranpi 



OBSOLETE T0WH8. 



Ual^oan/ 



HunpgtEid, 

UuDvcrtPnolaet) 
Hvrlun,... 



UhldleMWB,... 

Iforrimnlai... 
NewBeriin,... 
New Comi.^ 
Sitw OnahrD.. . 



Tinefeld,. . . 



fichcDAittiul]', .. 



CdsdUh. Adop(«L 






BoDkluidi.'! 

FnnEun, ','.. 
OarUand, . . . . 
JeJftnon, . . . 

Wyoming, ,. 



-—■cii 1, 1T8S, 
Uanh S, Ittn, 

(ColODlU.).... 

j,isas. 



(OnlonuJ,);... 
4pHI «, ISOH. 
April It, 18it 



ousnto-". !" 






Olsego, 



April 4, 1MK, 
Hucb G, 1T», 



April (,1IW8,A' 
April 17. laiB, "■ 
April ll,1T94, 

Micbin,'-- 

Aaril 17, 
Ajril 8, 

UiTDh a, isat, 
April *,ism. 

April U, 1814. 

*prii 30. isaa, . 

.ArehH, IS12. il' 
April », IMS, P' 



■rcbil, 1906, 

Bb. as, lso^ 

j-B-? ^pril -", .w^., 

lyne, Fob. «, 182«, 

— Kcr. 

Muiili T, 1TB8, 

Fab. 9^ IMT, 
Manh T, ITSS, 
M«rch T. ITSe, 



April U 

April SI, 

April i, 1SS7, K 
April IT, 131*, a 



OainaitillB. JjloH. 
Nortli sn.l SondiHBiap- 



Aprtl e,lBIIS, N 
Mireh 1, nss, S 
April «, ISM, Lt 
April «. 1906. Ni 
April B, tsos, Ai 
April (, 180S, Oi 
MirdiK, IT" "' 

" *flll8,., _ 
lb s,nwt, C 



ML [to™. 

modtoWmebnWir 



April S, IS03. 
April a, iai)8, 
April fl, 1308, 



April 1, isai. £. 
April 10, le"" " 
AprU «, 18 
Uvclill, 18 
April S, I9L>3, A 
MsrclHi, ir — " 
M«rohI7,l_., .. 
Mar.G,nM.(t) 
Feb. IS, laiO, Pi 
MirehU, 1Tft^a 
UunhiT, 1839, Ii 
April «, iwe, U 
April »,1S09, * 
Hindi iS, ITSS, Oi 



EdinbDi^. 

UalflnooQ- 

1^ Oulntiinf . 
a. Coming. 



OBSOLETE TOWNS CITIES. 



Nimci. 


CouoUb. 


Adoplod. 






Tites, 

&•■: 
Bfl1^«^'r;;: 

Herklnuir,. . . 

^■= 

HerHmeX"; 

ii 

AllegaB)-, ... 


Uarchia, 163£, 
Hnrch T. 1!88 

&?;^^ 

ip J: Tt; 
■fb. 18, sob; 

Mirth 14, 800, 
April 11, 884. 

April 18, 83S. 

±^i z. 

IfS'tS 

UnrcbiS, 13S9, 




SoulhUaj, 

SoDIh-Kul Town, 


SiiiiiSS:™,.. 


i^siriUrp..«.d 


Fab. fl, ITM.'llempslHad. 
April t. IBM.iUoiuxn. 

lSr1!'l;IS?iS.S[^"'- 

PBb. )B,]833;<3lro(D0gn. 
April S.I80S,*f«ii 
April e. IMS, Fayeue. 

tfuth MBSsi'o'rnns™' 

April 1,1801, 'City otir.Udiwwiwif*. 
April 15, 1819, Aurom. 
April 16, ISM, Morion. 
April 18, 1S40, Gr«iger. 


T&;:::::::: 








WaiBftiuw'lek,.. 
Wwifldd, 

wSt.ali',"!.::;;: 

VUlamsburgta, ... 


WlnohMttr, 



CITIES. 

Cities are incorporated by the Legislature, with certain muni- 
cipal privileges that vary with their several charters. They are 
divided into wards and districts, for the better administration of 
their internal aifaire. The officers consist of a mayor, elected 
annually ; ' a common council or hoard of aldermen, elected from 
the several wards ; a recorder (except in Auburn, Brooklyn, 
Rochester and Syracuse) ; a clerk (except in Albany, Troy and 
Poughkeepsie) ; a marshal (in Auburn, Iludson, Oswego, Pough- 
keepsie, Schenectady, Troy and Utica), and such other judicial 
and administrative officers as are authorized in their respective 
charters. 

The charter elections, in Hudson, Buffalo and Brooklyn, are 
held on the day of the general state election ; in New-York, on 
the first Tuesday in December; in Auburn, Oswego, Pough- 
keepsie, Rochester, Schenectady, Syracuse, Troy and Utica, on 
the first Tuesday of March ; in Albany, on the second Tuesday 
of April. 

' Exccpl In Albanj and New-Twfc, where he lioldi liro yeut. 



CITIES — VILLAGES. 



23 



The following list contains the cities of the state, their location, 
the dates of their charters, and the number of wards in each : 



Names. 



Albany,* 

Auburn, 

Brooklyn,* 

Buffalo, 

Hudson, 

New- York, .... 
Oswego, 

Poughkeepsie, . 
Rochester,'. , . . 
Schenectady,*. . 

Syracuse, 

Troy, 

Utica, ........ 



Goanties. 



Albany, . . . 
Cayuga, . . . 
Kings, . ... 

Erie, 

Columbia, . . 
New- York, . 
Oswego, ... 
Datchess, . . 
Monroe, .... 
Schenectady, 
Onondaga, . . 
Rensselaer, . 
Oneida, .... 



Incorporated as 
YiUages. 



Incorporated as * 
Cities 



April 18, 1816, I 
April 2,1801,1 
April 2, 1813, 



March 14, 1828, 
April 8, 1801, 
April 21, 1817, 

April 13, 1826, 
Feb. 16,1798, 
April 3, 1798, 



July 22, 
March21, 
April 8, 
April 20, 
April 22, 

May 24, 
March28, 
April 28, 
March26, 
Dec. 14, 
April 12, 
Feb. 13, 



1686, 
1848, 
1834, 
1832, 
1786, 
1662, 
1848, 
1864, 
1834, 
1798, 
1847, 
1816, 
1832, 



Wards. 



10 
4 

19 

13 
4 

22 
4 
4 

10 
4 
8 

10 
7 



VILLAGES. 



Villages were incorporated by the Legislature only, until 1847, 
when a general law was passed, allowing the citizens of any town 
not included in an incorporated village, and with a resident popu- 
lation of not less than tliree hundred persons within one square 
mile, to become a corporation under the provisions of the act. 
When, in the judgment of the Legislature, the objects of these 
corporations cannot be attained by the general law, they may 
pass special acts for that purpose.^ 

The election of village officers occurs annually on the first 
Tuesday of March, unless otherwise directed by special act, and 
unless a town meeting shall be held on that day, when it is held 
on the day after. 

The officers of villages, under the general law, are five trustees, 
three assessors, a collector, treasurer and clerk, three street com- 
missioners (when such village shall be a separate road district), 
such number of fire wardens, not exceeding five, as the tnistees 
may direct to be elected, and one pound-master. 

^ In the charter of 16S6, Albany is styled an ancient town, that had enjoyed diverse 
privilege by grants, conflrmations and proclamations, ander the names of Bwer^ 
toyckt WilUttm-Stadt &ud_Albanu. The Dutch styled it JVtno Oramge. 

The latter was 



Including the late city of WiUiamHburgh, by act of April 17, 1854 
incorporated a village, April 14, 1827, and a city, April 7, 18C1. 

First named BochentertMle ; changed April 12, 1822. 

Patented November 4, 1684. Trustees appointed by patent, April 16, 1705. 
a borouijh, October 23, 1765. 

GoD^tntion, article viii, section 1. 



Created 



24 



VILLAGES. 



The following is a list of the villages incorporated by special acts, 
with their location and date of their charters. Those originallj 
formed under the general law are not included in this list : 



Names. 


Towns. 


Counties. 


When Chartered. 


Albion 


Barre, 


Orleans, 

Genesee, 

Montgomery, . . 

Allegany, 

Washington, . . . 

Queens, 

Greene, 

Wyoming, 

Cayuga, 

Erie, 


April 

April 

April 

May 

March 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

April 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

April 

March 

Feb. 

June 

March 

May 

April 

April 

May 

April 

Feb. 

May 

April 

May 

March 

April 

April 

May 

May 


21. 1828. 


Alexander, 

Amsterdam, .... 
Angelica, 

ArCfVle. ... a a a a . . 


Alexander, 

Amsterdam, . ... 

Angelica, 

Arevle 


24, 1834. 

20, 1830. 

2, 1836. 

27, 1838. 


^XlgJ IW, ..aaaaa.. 

Astoria, 

Athens, 

Attica, 


^'•'■fsJ ***> ••••••••• 

Newtown, 

Athens, 

Attica, 


12, 1839, 
2, 1805. 
2, 1837. 


Aurora, 

Auroraville 


Ledyard, 

Aurora, 


5, 1887. 
25, 1830. 


Bainbridge, . .a. 
Ballston Spa, a a a . 

Batavia, 

Bath 


Bainbridge, 

Milton and Ballston, . 

Batavia, 

Bath, 


Chenango, 

Saratoga, 

Genesee, 

Steuben, 

Broome, 

Erie, 


21, 1829. 
21, 1807. 
23, 1828. 
12, 1816. 


Binghamton, .... 
Black Rock 


Chenango, , 

Black Rock, 

Mamakating, .... 
Bridgewater, .... 

Sweden, 

Brownville 

Camden, 

Canajoharie, 

Canandaigua, .... 
Lenox,. a • . • 


2, 1818. 
24, 1887. 


Bloomingburgh, . 
Bridgewater, . . . . 

Brockport 

Brownville, 

Camden, 

Canajoharie, 

Ganandaigua, .... 

Canastota, 

Canton 


Sullivan, 

Oneida, 

Monroe, 

Jefferson, 

Oneida, 

Montgomery, . . 

Ontario, 

Madison 

St. Lawrence,.. 

Jefferson, 

Rensselaer, .... 

Greene, 

Madison, 

Otsego, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Oneida, 

Clinton, 

Wayne, 

Putnam, 

Columbia, 

Oswego, 

Otsego, 

Livingston, .... 

Delaware, 

Delaware, 

Madison, 

Chautauque, .. 
Erie, 


26, 1833 
21, 1825. 
26, 1829. 

5, 1828. 

2, 1834. 
30, 1829. 
18, 1815. 
28. 1885. 


Canton, 


14, 1845. 


Carthage, 

Castleton, 

Catskill 


Wilna, 


26, 1841. 


Schodack, 

Catskill 


13, 1827. 
1 14, 1806. 


Cazenovia, 

Cheiry Valley, . . . 

Chittenango, 

Clarkville, 

Clinton 


Cazenovia, 

Cherry Valley,... 

Sullivan, 

Brookfield, 

Kirkland, 

Au Sable, 

Galen, 


7, 1810. 

8, 1812. 
1 15, 1842. 

5, 1834. 
12, 1843. 


Clintonville, 

Clyde, 


11, 1825. 
2 1886. 


Cold Spring. 

Columbiaville, . . . 

Constantia, 

Cooperstown,* ... 
Dansville. ...... 


Philipstown, . . • • . 

Stockport, 

Constantia, 

Otseso 


22, 1846. 

12, 1812. 

26, 1886. 

8 1807. 


Snarta • . 


7 1846. 


Delhi 


Delhi 


L 16, 1821. 


Deposit, 

De Ruyter, 

Dunkirk, 

Ebenezer 


Tompkins, 

De Ruyter, 

PomfVet, 

Ghictawaufl», Ham- 
burgh and Lancaster. 


5, 1811. 
15, 1883. 
16, 1887. 
12, 1846. 









> Ir not now oonaldered a oorporation. * Aa Otsego; changed June 12, 181S. 



VILLAGES. 



25 



Names. 



Ellicottville, 

Elmira,' 

Esi)erancc, 

Fayettevilte, 

Flashing, 

Fort Ann, 

Fort Plain, 

Fredonia, 

Fulton 

(Raines, 

Galway, 

Geddes, 

Geneseo, 

Geneva, 

Glens Falls, 

Goshen, 

Greenbosh, 

Greene, 

Greeneport, 

Hamilton, 

Havana, 

Herkimer, 

Homer, 

Hoosick Falls, . • . 
Honeoye Falls, . . . 
Horseheads,* .... 

Ithaca, 

Jamaica, 

Jamestown, 

Johnstown, 

Jordan, 

Kinderhook, 

Kingston, 

Knowersville, .... 
Lansingbnrgh, . . . 

Laurens, 

Le Roy, 

Lewiston, 

Little Falls,' 

Liverpool, 

Lockport, 

Lyons, 

Madison, 

Manlius, 

liayviUe, 

Medina, 

Mendon, 

Mohawk, 



Towns. 



Ellicottville, 

Elmira, 

Schoharie 

Manilas, 

Flushing, 

Fort Ann, ...... 

Minden, 

Pomfret, 

Volney, 

Gaines, 

Galway, 

Salina, 

Geneseo, 

Seneca, 

Queensbury, .... 

Goshen 

Greenbush, 

Greene, 

Southold, 

Hamilton, 

Catharine &> Catlin 

Herkimer, 

Homer, 

Hoosick, 

Meudon, 

Horseheads, 

Ithaca, 

Jamaica, 

Ellicott, 

Johnstown, 

Elbridge, 

Kinderhook, 

Kingston, 

Ridgeway, 

Lansingburgh, . . . 

Laurens, 

Le Roy, 

Lewiston, 

Little Falls, 

Salina, 

Lockport, 

Lyons, 

Madison, 

Manlius, 

Chautauque, .... 

Ridgeway, 

Mendon, 

German Flats, . . . 



OooaUet. 



Cattaraugus, . . 

Chemung, 

Schoharie, .... 
Onondaga, . . . . 

Queens, 

Washington, . . . 
Montgomery, . . 
Chautauque, . . . 

Oswego, 

Orleans, 

Saratoga, 

Onondaga, . . . . 
Livingston, . . . . 

Ontario, 

Warren, 

Orange, 

Rensselaer, . . . 

Chenango, 

Suffolk, 

Madison 

Schuyler, 

Herkimer, 

Cortland, .... 
Rensselaer, . . . . 

Monroe, 

Chemung, 

Tompkins, . . . . 

Queens, 

Chautauque, . . . 

Fulton, 

Onondaga, 

Columbia, 

Ulster, 

Orleans, 

Rensselaer, .... 

Otsego, 

Genesee, 

Niagara, 

Herkimer, 

Onondaga, .... 

Niagara, 

Wayne, 

Madison, 

Onondaga, 

Chautauque, . . . 
Orleans, ....... 

Monroe, 

Herkimer, 



When Chartered. 



April 1 
March 8 
April 21 
May 6 
April 9 
March 7 
April 26 
May 2 
April 29 
April 26 
April 18 
April 20 
April 21 
April 4 
April 12 
March 28 
April 14 
April 12 
April 18 
April 12 
May 18 
April 6 
May 11 
April 14 
March 18 
May 15 
April 2 
April 16 
March 6 
April 1 
May 2 
April 18 
April 6 
May 26 
Feb. 16 
April 22 
May 5 
April 17 
March 80 
April 20 
March 26 
April 16 
April 17 
March 12 
April 20 
March 8 
April 12 
April 16 



1887. 
1816. 
1887. 
1847, 
1818. 
1820. 
1882. 
1829. 
1836. 
1882. 
1838. 
1882. 
1882. 
1806. 
1889. 
1809. 
1816. 
1842. 
1838. 
1816. 
1886. 
1807. 
1885. 
1827. 
1888. 
1887. 
1821. 
1814. 
1827. 
1808. 
1885. 
1838. 
1805. 
1886. 
1798. 
1884. 
1884. 
1822. 
1811. 
1880. 
1829. 
1831. 
1816. 
1813. 
1830. 
1882. 
1838. 
1844. 



1 As JTmotown: changed April 21, 1888. < Aa Fairpori; changed AmU 18, 1845. 
* Changed to Boetkm, AprU 16tb, 1860; restored AprU lOth, iSSL 



Nmmc* 


Towm. 


(Wl^ 


WhBD Ounered. 


Monticello, 

HoDtgomery, .... 
Moravia, 


Thompson 


Sullivan, 

Orange, 

Cayuga, 

Madiao.; 

LiyiiifBton, .... 

RciisBeliter, 

Wayne, 

Chenango, 

0™"^-- 

St. Lawrence, . . 

0|;«^« 


April 20, 1880 
Feb. 17, 1810 
May 1, 1887 
April 13, 1819 
May 'l, 1685 
March 12, 1819 
April 2U, 1S89 
April 17, 1816 
March 25, 1800 
April 17,1816 
April 15, 1817 
May 26, 1841 
April 4, 1827 
April 6, 1808 
April 9, 1819 
April 17, 1S16 
April 29,1888 
April 17, 1830 
April 7, 1827 
March 3,1815 
April 16,18U 
March 2,1837 
April 28, 1823 
March 3, 1831 
April 26, 1832 
April 17, 1815 
May 10, 1816 
AprU 23,1834 
March 26, 1819 
April 4, 1849 
April 15, 1814 
March 12, 1819 

April 4, 1803 

March 9, 1810 
April 17. 1826 
April 16,1831 
April 22,1831 
April 16, 1880 
April 2, 1818 
April 19, 1888 
April 20, 1829 
April 11, 1634 
April 17, 1816 
April 19, 1828 
April 16, 1823 
April 19,1819 


HonoC Morris, ... 


Mount Morris, . . . 


Newark," 

New Berlin, 

Ncwburgh, 

Noriticb, 


Arcadia, 

NewBerliu 

Newburgh, 


Oedensbnrgh, . . . 

Oneida CasUe, . . . 


UBwegatchie 

Vernon, 






Chenango,. ... 

Wayne 

Westchester,... 
YatoB 






Peekskill, 

PoQnYan, 


Cortland, 

BBDtOUBBdUilo,. 

Perry, 

PUtsford 

Plattsbnrgh, 

Pleatiant Valley, . 


Perry 

PitUford, 

PlaHabnrsh, .... 
Pleasant Valley, . 


Wyoming, 

Monroe, 

Clinton, 

Datcbesa 

St. Lawrence,.. 

Oswego, 

Fulton, 

Oneida 

Dutchen, 

Ooeida, 

UlsWr, 

Jefferson 

Soflblk 

Washington,.. . . 
Washington, . . . 

S^ral^gn. 

Seneca, 

Westchaster,.,. 

Opondaga 

Chenango 

Erie .. 






PoUdum 


Poigdain, 

Ricbland 

BroadalbiD 

ReniNtD &. Trentoi 
Rhinebeck 


Rawaaaville,* .... 
Bemsen, 

Rhinebeot, 


Bondom, 

BacketB Harbor,.. 
Bsfi Harbor, 


Kingston 

Houndafleld 

East HamptoD and 


Bandy Hill, 

Baratosa Bpringa, 
Bvhnylerville, ... 

Seneca FalU 

Bherbnm, 

BingSiDg 


Saratoga Springs,. 

Saratoga, 

Seneca Falls 

Sberbum 


Smynia 


Concord, 

Btillwater, 

Sullivan, 

Castletou, 

Treuton. 


Stillwater, 


Snratoga 

MadiZ, 

Richmond 

Oneida 


TompkiDsville,. , . 



• Ai OMa&nnWHMl; n 



N«». 


T.^ 


0«^^ 




DlMer 


Saugertios, 




April 2C.1831. 

April 2, 1827. 
March 29, IBUQ 
April 6, 1827, 
April 26, IViV. 




Wa>hi^[ton"!'. 

Oneida, 

St, La;rence, . 

Orange 

Wyoming 

Saratoga, 

Seiieca, 

JeHeraon 

Schuyk-r 

Sr.„;.;::: 

Albany, 

Washington, .. 
Oneida, ...... 

Westchester, .. 


Union Viltage, . . . 

TemoD, 

ITaddiagton, .... 


VemoQ 


Warsaw, 

Waterforii 

Waterloo 

Watertowii, 




April 17, 1843. 
April a, 1801 
April B, 1H24. 
April 6, 1816. 
April 11, 1842. 
April 26, 1831. 
April 1», 1633. 
April SO. 1836. 
April 7'. 1806. 
March 2fl, 1818. 
July 21,1863. 


Waterford, 

Waterloo 

Waiertown, 


KST::::-.:-. 

West Troy,' 

Whltehmll* 

Whitesborough,. . 
Tonkeni, 




Westfleld, 

Watervliet 

Whilehall, 

Wbiteslown 

Yonkers 



OBSOLETE NAMES OF VILLAGES 



OanaUH. WhansJ' 




U, LtiH, April 
i, isisl AprtI 



ij, I§SS,I0I1T uTBBinib). 
S, ISd, Cllr at BmoUyn. 



»,|.\pm 

.., ,,H, Ajirtl 



. it.im. 

It, lBt«, 



April 
ApHl 

April , 

April B, 180IJt(4irc(i M. 11 

April It. 1632, April 1^, L» 

April il. ISII.lAprll II, II 

April IB, i6!W,iApril !«, II 

MBKh IS, ISM, Dec. It, II 

April M, tslS, Marok 11,11 

April IB, 1899, Dec 14, 11 

IS, lJ8S,lApril 1!, 11 

8. 1199, Full. IS, II 

8ft IBni.iApril «, I! 

r, 1BMI,Mnnih nn, IJ 



, (EopMh^d.l 
:aep«1ed.) 111*. 
Mj or Pon(lil»i!p- 
Cllr of Boetiaatt, 






1 Ai J'lkrtcn ; shuifo] April S, ISG3. 

■ iDclDdluttaeKirraer tIUub oF QlbboniTllle. 

• A* mOMall LatiMna : ctingef " ' " ' 



PART II. 



CIVIL OFFICERS. 



GOVERNORS. 



The executive power in New- York, while a colony, was vested 
in a governor and council of twelve members, appointed at will 
by the king, who issued instructions for their guidance, extending 
to every common contingency and changeable at the royal plea- 
sure, but seldom materially altered. 

At the beginning of the Revolution, the salary of the governor 
was £1,500 currency, and perquisites amounting to as much more.' 

From 1*7 7 7 to 1822 the governor was elected triennially. He 
was a member of the council of revision and president of the 
council of appointment. Under the late and present constitution 
the governor is elected biennially. He is conMnander-in-chief of 
the military and naval forces of the state ; may convene the Legis- 
lature, or senate only, on emergencies," and possesses the pardon- 
ingpower.' 

His qualifications and general duties are defined by the consti- 
tution,* and he receives a salary of |4,000 per annum. 

He recommends to the senate the appointment of the oflScer* 
hereinafter mentioned, and appoints commissioners of deeds in 
other states, notaries public, and such other officers as are froin 
time to time directed bv special acts ; he fills most of the vacan- 
cies occurring in office (excepting assemblymen, state senators and 
congressmen) until a regular election or appointment can be made, 
and may remove, under limitations prescribed by statute,* most 
state and county officers." 

He communicates to the Legislature, at the beginning of each 
session, and from time to time by message, a statement of the 
financial condition of the state, and recommends such measures as 

1 Smith's History of New-York, Historical Society's edition, yolome 1, page 861. 

' Until 1821 the govemoT might prorogue the Legislature firom time to time, not 

exceeding sixty days in a year. 
> Under the first constitution, this extended, in cases of murder and treason, to a ren>it6 

until the next session of the Legislature only, when the latter might parooii, 

commute or direct the execution of sentence. In treason and cases of impeach- 

ment he Is still thus limited. 

* Article 4, sections 1 to 5- 

* Revised Statutes, part 1, chapter 6, title 6. 

* In 1846 there were 289 offices filled by appointment of the gOYemtv. 



, QOVEENOKS — COLONIAL GOVEBNOB8. 



29 



he may deem expedient, and is charged with the generttl execn- 
tioD of the laws. In case of vacancy, his place ia filled by the 
lieutenant-governor or the president of the senate. 

The term of office of the govemor, and of all other officers not 
expressly excepted by law, hegins with the civil year next after 
their election. 

The civil and political year formerly commenced on the first 
day of July,' but is now defined by the constitution to begin on 
the first day of January.' The fiscal year of the state begins ou 
the first day of OctSber, 



Colonial Oovemort. 



N«o« 


Gov.n,n»n<. 




ti<roV««ii. 




Dutch 

Dntch, 

Dutch, 

Dutch, 

Englith. ... 
English,... 

Dutch, 

English, ... 
Enelisli, -.- 
English, . . . 
Engliah, ... 
English, ... 
English, . . . 
English, . . . 
English, , . . 
EngKah, . . . 
English, ... 
English, . . . 
English, . . . 
English, ... 
Engliah, ... 
English, .. 
English, . . . 
English, .. 
English, .. 
English, . . 


May 

April, 

March 

May 

SepteraTj" 

May 

AUg,(».B 

Novemb 

u" 

Octeljer 

June 

March 

July 

Augnat 

August 

May 

May 

Decemb 

May 

April 

JUQB 

July 
Sept. 
April 




























SirEdmoDd Andross, Enight, 


r 10, 167*. 
































2, 1698, 


EdwardHyfio.LordVisconntCmTiburr 
John, Lord Lovelace, Baron of Qoorlay 


8, 1702. 
r 18, 1708. 






Brigadier-General Robert Hunler, . . . 


14, 1710. 








15, 1728. 



1 Act for ragulMliig •leRtou, puHd Flbnurr IS, 1TSI. 

• CoiullUlioalSlI,iinliilgl., KcUoBia; do, lS4»,uUelci 
■ PrHtdriilorikscoaiK^uUngugiiieriior. 

• UeutenuUgoTerKOF. 

• Died Unch 0, ITOl ; CoLToUams'iiai^ Z 

(Dienioi^ Blulr. bal like goveniment i 

> Donna wiii nmined, AprU tt, ItSS (0. s.), sod Ni 
Enalukd SDdw Dm mum (orenwr. 

•3 



COLONIAL AND STATE QOVEBN0B8. 



».> 










July 1, ]T31. 
August 1, 1732. 




EnglUh, 
EnglUli, 
English, 
Enfiliab, 
EnsDsb, 
B-ilish, 
English, 
EnElUli, 
Eijslish, 
Eiigiish, 
EDglish, 
English, 
English, 
English, 
English, 
EngGsli, 
Er>glisb, 
English, 
Engli3li, 








Sept. 22, 1743. 
October 10, 1763. 


Sir Donvers Oshorn, Barouet,' 




September 3, lT5fi. 
July 3, 1757. 
July 30, 1759. 


















Sept. 14," 1763. 






Sept. 12, 1789. 
October 19, 1770. 
July 9, 1771. 
April T, 1774 


John Murray, Earl of Danmore,' 








May 4, 1780, 
April IS, 1783. 


Andrew Elliot,* ' 



GoBfrnors of the State. 



Elected. 




ToLe.«. 




VQt«. 


1777... 

1780,.. 

1783,.. 
1789,.. 
1789,.. 


George Clinton,' 

Qeocgo Clinton,' 

George Clinton,' 

George Clinton," 

George Chnton 

George ClintOQ," 


6,391 
8,440 
13,481 
16,012 
24,808 


Robert Tales, 














Robert B.Llringston,.. 
Stephen Van Rensselaer 




1801,.. 


George Clinton, 


20,B4S 



■ ComniitlMl anidde. 



• AlUlnted >ad bBnlihed, OcAoWta, 1TT9. 

* British mllllarj goverriora, aol recognized bj the otate- 

' A ftMinonl ofihe cuTaH of ITJT (Mlsoellueoiu Papenlff, ceentarT^ ofllee), ih 
iGe relgnu fh>m Albany, Cumberluid, Dutetiai, Tiron, ClMsruu] Watehi 



Georjte CliaUia, 

Jobn^ortneood,.... 

FbUlp Schayler. 

le rBtarv ttom Onmga ui 



OOVEBKORS OP THE STATE. 



El«[<^d. 


G„,.™or. 


VOlM. 


nppoiing CuDilidillM. 


TOW. 




Morgan Lewis, 

Daniel D. Tompkins,.. 
Daniel D. Tompkina,. . 
Daniel D. Tompkina,. . 


30,829 
86,074 
48,094 
43,324 


















1813,.. 




89.718 




Daniel D. TompkinB,' . 
De Witt Clintou, 


46,412 
43.310 




88. M7 
1,479 


1817... 


Peter B. Porter 


1820,.. 


Do Witt Cliuton, 


47, «7 


Daniel D. Tompkins, . . 


46,990 


1822,.. 


Jowph C. TatBs, 


128, i9S 


Solomon Southwlck,... 


2.910 








Samuel Vonng, 


87.098 




Da Will Clinton,' 




William B. Rochester, . 


96.185 


1828,.. 


Martin Van Buran,' . . 


136,794 


J Smith Thompson, . . . 
aolonmm Southwick 


106.444 
SS.346 


1830, . . 


Enoa T. Tbroop 


128,842 


Francis Ornnger 

Bzekiel Williams, . . . 


120.861 


1832,.. 


Williara L. Maray 


166, 4K 


rrancis Granger 


166.672 


1334,.. 


William L. Marcy, 


181,906 


William H. Seivanl 


168.969 


1836... 


William L. Marcy, . . . 


166.122 


JJesseBuel 

jlanacS-Smith 


186.648 
3,496 


1838... 


William H, Seward, . . 


lfl2.S8^ 


WilliJim L. Marey, .... 


182.461 


1810,.. 


William H. Seward, . . 


222,011 


(William C. Bouck, .. 
iGerrit Smith 


216,808 
2,662 


1842,.. 


WUliam C. Bouck, ... 


208.072 


( Latber Bradish, 

} Aivan Stewart, 


186,091 
7.263 


1844... 


Silas Wright, 


241.090 


( Millard Fillmore, . . . 

(Alvan Sl«B-art 

f Silas Wright 


231 ,067 
15,136 
187.806 




John Young, 


198,878 


.^ Henry Bradley, 

LOgdeu Edwards, .... 
fjohn A.Dli 


12.844 
6.805 




Hamilton FiBh, 


218,776 


i Reuben H. Walworth 
[William Ooodell 


116,811 




Wasliiugton Hunt, . . , 


214,61. 


Horatio Seymour 


214,862 


J852.. 


Horatio Seymour, 


264,121 


Minthome Tompkins 
fHoratio Seymour,... 


239,736 
19,209 
156,405 




Myron H.Clark 


156,804 


Daniel Ullman, 

QrceneC. Bronaon,.. 


122,282 
33,850 


1856,. 


John A. King 


264.400 


i Amastt J. Porker, . . . 
(Era.ituB Brooks, 


198,616 
130,870 



« from Febmory S4 to Jnly I, ISIT. 

^remor ft-ttiu the deitb of Cltnlun, Febnurf 11, 189S, 

inoa T. Tbroop uted u eoTemor UU lbs explnUDD at 



32 



J JEUTENANT-OOVEHNOBS — SECRETARIES. 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOBS. 

The lieutenant-governor is elected in the same manner and foi 
the same term as 3ie governor. He is, ex-ofScio,, president jpf the 
senate, a commissioner of the canal fund and of ihe land -office, 
a member of the canal board, a trustee of the Idiot asylum, a regent 
of the university, and a trustee of the capitol and of the new state 
hall. He acts as governor in cases of vacancy occurring in that 
office, and receives $6 for each day's attendance in the perfbrmaiice 
of his official duties. 



Kames. 



l*ierre Vap. Cortlandt, . . . . 
Stephen Van Rensselaer, . , 
Jeremiah Van Rensselaer, , 

John Broome,* 

John Tayler,* 

De Witt Clinton,' , 

John Tayler, 

Erastus Root, 

James Tallmajdge, 

Nathaniel Pitcher, 

Enos T. Throop,* 

William M, Oliver,* 

Edward P. Livingston, . . . 

John Tracy, . 

Lather Bradish, 

Daniel S. Dickinson, 

Addison Gardiner,* 

Hamilton Fish,* 

George W. Patterson,. . . . 

Sanford E. Church, 

Henry J. Raymond, 

Henry R. Selden, 



Bctktoioe. 

Cortlaikl, «• 

Albany, 

Albany, 

New- York, 

Albany, 

New-York, 

Albany, 

Delhi, 

Poughkeepsie, . . . 

Sandy Hill, 

Auburn, ..,••... 

Penn Yan, 

Clermont, 

Oxford, 

New-York, 

Binghamton, 

Rochester, 

New-York, 

Fredonia, 

Albion, 

New- York, ...... 

Rochester, 



ejected. 



1777. 
1795. 
1801. 
1804. 
1811. 
1811. 
1813. 
1822. 
1824. 
182G. 
1828. 
1830. 
1830. 
1832. 
1838. 
1842. 
1844. 
1847. 
1848. 
1860. 
1854. 
1856. 



SECRETARIES OF STATE. 



The secretary of state is the keeper of the state archives. He » 
a regent of the university,* a commissioner of the land office* and of 
the canal fund,'' a member of the canal board" and of the board of 
state canvassers,' a trustee of the capitol and of the new state 
hal], a trustee of the Idiot asylum,^® and has numerous specific duties 



Broome died in Aug., 1810. The senate appointed Tayler their preiident, Jan. 29, 1811. 

Elected under a special act 

Throop havinff succeeded VanBuren as govemor,the senate appointed Oliver their 

president, January 6, 1S80. 
Gardiner liaving been elected a Judge of the Court of Appeals, in June, 1S47. Fish 

was elected to fill the vacancy, under an act passed September 27 of that year. 
By act of April 8, 1842. ■ Act of April 18, ISSfi. 

Act of May 6, 1786. * Bevised Statutes, 823. 

Act of April 16, 1817. " Act of July 10, 1861. 









H\ 









.i» 






. V 



..»■ 



>•■.'. 






SECRETABIES OF STATE. 



33 



ation to the publication and distribution of the Laws, the 
g of patents for land, commissions, pardons and licenses ; the 
of applications from aliens and fix>m companies formed under 
al laws,* and the issuing of notices for elections. He reports 
illy to the Legislature the statistics of pauperism and crime 
ed from the several counties, and, from time to time, upon such 
subjects as may be required by law or resolution of either 
h of the Legislature. At the opening of each session, he attends 
Iministers to the members of assembly the constitutional oath, 
is oflScer, in the colonial period, was appointed by the crown. 

17*77 to 1822 he held his office imder the council of ap- 
ment, of which he was, ex-officio, clerk. From 1822' to 1846 
is appointed for a term of three years, by an open, separate 
lation and subsequent joint ballot of the senate and assembly. 

now elected' for a term of two years, and receives a salary 
,500,* He appoints a deputy, who is clerk of the land office, 
lie necessary clerks in the several departments of his office. 



Names. 



Betiidences. 



Appointed or Elected* 



Vf orin Scott, 

Allaire Scott, 

Hale, 

IS Tillotso 

Jenkins, 

IS Tillotson, 

Jenkins, 

Hale, 

. Jenkins, 

Rutsen Van Rensselaer, 

B. Porter, 

t R. Tillotson, 

!S D. Cooper, . . . 

iaxi Ness Yates,* ...... 

ih C. Flagg, 

L Dix, 

y. Spencer, 

si Young, 

niel S. Benton, 

opher Morgan, ....... 

S Randall, 

W. Leavenworth, 

. Headley, 

1 J. Tucker, 



New-York, 

New- York, 

Albany, 

Redhook, 

Hudson, 

Redhook, 

Hudson, 

Albany, 

Hudson, 

Claverack, 

Niagara Falls, 

Redhook, 

Albany, 

Albany, 

Plattsburgh, 

Albany, 

Oanandaigua, 

Ballston, 

Little Falls, 

Auburn. 

Cortland Village,. . . 

Syracuse, 

New Windsor, 

New-York, 



March 18 
October 23 
March 24 
August 10 
March 16 
February 16 
February 1 
February 2 
February 1 
February 23 
February 16 
February 12 
April 16 

April 24 

February 14 
February 1 
February 4 
February 7 
February 3 
November 2 
November 4 
November 8 
November 7 
November 8 



1778. 
1789. 
1798. 
1801. 
1806. 
1807. 
1808. 
1810. 
1811. 
1813. 
1816. 
1816. 
1817. 
1818. 
1826. 
1886. 
1839. 
1842. 
1846. 
1847. 
1861. 
1868. 
1866. 
1867. 



ikins companies file their applications with the bank department (act of April 10, 
1854), and insurance companies (except marine) with the comptroller. (Act of 
Jane 25, 1S58.) 

; of April 12, 1822. « Constitution of 1846, article v., section 1. 

til Ufl&. the secretary was paid by fees. A law of that year changed the compen- 
sation in a salary, and directed the fees to bo paid into the state treasury. 

ippointcd by the Legislature, February 18, 1828. 



34 



COIIPTBOLLEBS. 



COMPTROLLERS. 

By a resolution of the provincial convention, Comfort Sands was 
appointed auditor-general, for settling certain public accounts. On 
the 23d of March, 1782, he resigned, and the governor and council of 
appointment were authorized to appoint an auditor, whose office 
should continue two years. It was subsequently continued, by seve- 
ral acts, until February 17, 1797, when the office of comptroller 
was created, and continued by repeated extension of two and three 
years, until February 28, 1812, when it was permanently organized. 

The comptroller is the auditor of the public accounts, excepting 
of those payable from the canal and bank funds. He is, ex-officio, a 
commissioner of the land office and of the canal fund, a member of 
the canal board, a trustee of the Idiot asylum, a trustee of the capitol 
and new state hall, and has numerous and responsible duties in rela- 
tion to the payment of the current expenses of the state, the man- 
agement of funds, collection of taxes, loaning of moneys, and other 
duties directed by general laws or authorized by special acts. 

By an act of April 12, 1822, this office, having previously been 
filled by the council of appointment, was made subject to appoint- 
ment for a term of three years, by joint ballot of the Legislature, 
in the same manner as the secretary of state. The present constitu- 
tion requires his election biennially. He receives a salary of $2,500, 
and is at present allowed a deputy, accountant and eleven clerks. 

Comfort Sands, auditor-general, by convention, July 24, 177(5. 
Peter T. Curtenius, auditor, April 8, 1782. 



Karnes of Comptrollers. 



Residences. 



Appointed <Nr Elected 



Samuel Jones, 

John V. Heniy , . . . . . 
Elisha Jenkins, . . . . , 
Archibald Mclntyre,, 

John Savage, 

William L. Marcy, . . 
Silas Wright, Jr., ... 
Azariah C. Flagg 



wl 



Bates Cook, 
John A. Collier, . . . . 
Azariah 0. Flagg, . . 
Millard Fillmore, . . 
Washington Hunt, . . 
PhiloC. Fuller,'... 
John C. Wright, . . , 
James M. Cook, . . , 
Lorenzo Barrows,.. 
Sanford E. Church, 



Jamaica, . . . 

Albany, 

Hudson, . . . . 

Albany, 

Salem, 

Albany, 

Canton, 

Albany, 

Lewiston, . . . 
Bingham ton, 

Albany, 

Buffalo, 

Lockport, . . . 
Geneseo, . , . . 
Schenectady, 
Ballston, . . . . 

Albion, 

Albion 



March 15, 1797. 
March 12, 1800. 
August 10, 1801. 
March 26, 1806. 
February 12, 1821. 
February 13, 1828. 
January 27, 1829. 
January 11, 1838. 
February 4, 1889. 
January 27, 1841. 
February 7, 1842. 
November 2, 1847. 
November 6) 1849. 
December 18, 18S0. 
November 4, 1851. 
November 8, 1858. 
November 7, 1855. 
November 8, 1857. 



1 Appointed by the governor. 



TBEASUBEBS. 



35 



TREASURERS. 

The provincial convention appointed Peter Van Brugh Liv- 
ingston, treasurer, to disborse the moneys raised and issued in- the 
revolutionary operations of the day, and he was retained in that 
important station until after the establishment of a state govern- 
ment.^ The very great responsibility of this office, which was at 
an early day the principal financial organ of the state, led to the 
unique custom of naming the incumbent by special act ; and a 
memorable event that occurred near the beginning of this century, 
impressed the importance of frequent accountability and a short 
official term.* The treasurer continued to be appointed by special 
acts for short periods until 1822, when this ofBce was directed to 
be filled by annual appointment of the Legislature. 

Under the present constitution, the treasurer is elected for two 
years, and his duties have been narrowed down to the receipt of 
moneys, and the payments of drafts upon the warrants of the 
comptroller, auditor of the canal department, superintendent of 
the bank department, and superintendent of public instruction. 

The treasurer is, ex-officio, a conunissioner of the land office 
and of the canal fiind, and a member of the canal board and of 
the board of state canvassers. He receives a salary of $1,500, 
and is allowed a deputy, book-keeper and clerk. 



Names. 



Gerardns Bancker, . . 
Robert McClallen,* . . , 
Abraham G. Lansing, 

David Thomas, 

Abraham G. Lansing, 

David Thomas, 

Charles Z. Piatt, 

GerretL. Dox, , 

Benjamin Knower,*. . . 
Abraham Keyser, Jr.,, 
Gamaliel H. Barstow, , 
Abraham Keyser, . . . , 
Gamaliel H. Barstow, . 
Jacob Haight, 



Residences. 



New-York, 
Albany, .. 
Albany, . . . 
Salem, . . . 
Albany, .. 
Salem, . . . 
Albany, . . . 
Albany,... 
Albany, . . . 
Albany, . . . 
Nichols,. . . 
Albany, . . . 
Nichols, . . . 
Catskill, .. 



Appointed or Elected. 



April 1 

March 16 

February 8 

February 6 

February 8 

February 18 

Febniary 10 

February 12 

January 29 

November 26 

February 16 

February 14 

February 6 

February 4 



1778. 
1798. 
1803. 
1808. 
1810. 
1812. 
1813. 
1817. 
1821. 
1824. 
1825. 
182G. 
1838. 
1839. 



* Jacobus Van Zandt, James Beekman, Samaer Verplanck, EicLard Yates and Abra- 

ham Brasher were appointed by the provincial conTentlon to andit accounts, 
Auenst 28, ITTft. On the 6th of December, 177,% J. Van Zandt, Demins Beekman. 
A. Brasher, J. Bay and C Sands were appointed this committee. In the third 
congress, J. Van Zandt. C. Sands, D. Beekman and E. Banker were appointed. 

* Bee Hammond's Political History of New-Tork, i., 193. 
s Resigned January 81, 1808. 

« Be«ppointed by the Legislature, February 28, 1828. 



36 



TREASUBEBS — ATTOBITBT-aENEBALS. 



Names. 


Besidenees. 


Appointed or Elected. 


Thomas Farrington, 

Beniamin Enos 


Oweso 


February- 7, 1842. 
February 3, 1846. 
February 2, 1846. 
November 2. 1847. 


De Ruyter, 

Oweffo. 


Thomas Farriugton, 

Alvah Hunt. 


Greene 


James M. Cook 


Ballstou Spa, 

Buffalo, 

Buffalo, 


November 4. 1851. 


Beniamin Welch.* 


November 20. 1862. 


Elbridge G. Spaulding, 

Steuhen Clark ••• 


November 8. 1863. 


Albany, 

Buffalo, 


November 7. 1866. 


Isaac V. Vanderpoel, 


November 3. 1857. 







ATTORNEY-GENERALS. 

The office of attorney-general existed under the colonial gov- 
ernment, in which, besides the ordinary duties of public attorney, 
he was charged with the preparation of letters patent for corpora- 
tions and grants of land, the fees from which were highly lucrative. 
John Tabor Eempe was the last attorney-general, under the English 
government. 

Under the first constitution, this office was filled by the council 
of appointment; from 1822 to 1846, by joint ballot of the Legi«- 
latui'e, for a term of three years, and since 1846 by popular 
election, with a term of two years. Besides being the legal 
prosecutor in behalf of the state, the attorney-general is a com- 
missioner of the land office and of the canal fund, a member of 
the canal board and of the board of state canvassers, and a 
trustee of the capitol and of the new state hall. He receives a 
salary of $2,000. 



Names. 



Egbert Benson,' 

Richard Varick, 

Aaron Burr, . 

Morgan Lewis, 

Nathaniel Lawrence, 

Josiah Ogden Hoffman, 

Ambrose Spencer, 

John Wood worth, 

Matthias B. Hildreth, 

Abraham Van Vechten, . , . . 

Matthias B. Hildreth, 

Tbomas Addis Emmett, . . . . 
Abraham Van Vechten, . , . . 



Besideneefl. 



Jamaica, . . 
New-York, 
New-York, 
Rbinebeck, 
New- York, 
New-York, 
Hudson, .. 
Albany, . . . 
Jobnstown, 
Albany, . . . 
Jobnstown, 
New-York, 
Albany, . . . 



Appointed or Elected. 



May 8 

May 14 

September 29 

November 8 

December 24 

November 13 

February 8 

February 8 

March 18 

February 2 

February 1 

August 12 

February 13 



1777. 
1789. 
1789. 
1791. 
1792. 
1796. 
1802. 
1804. 
1808. 
1810. 
1811. 
1812. 
1813. 



> Election contested ; saccecded Cook on above date. 

* Appointed by an ordinance of the convention ; commissioned Januarv 15, 1778. 



ATTOBNET-GENEBALS — STATE ENOINEEBS. 



37 



Xamefl. 


Besidenoefl. 


Appointed or Elected. 


Martin Van Buren 


Albany, 

Poughkeepsie, .... 
Utica, 


February 17, 1816. 
July 8, 1819. 
February 12, 1821. 
February 27, 1829. 
January 12 1886. 


Thomas J. Oaklev 


Samuel A. Talcott.* 


flreene C. Bronson 


Utica, 


Samuel Beardslev 


Utica, 


WillisHall, 

George P. Barker, 

John Van Buren. . 


New- York 

Buffalo, 


February 4, 1889. 
February 7, 1842. 
February 8, 1846. 
November 2. 1847 


Albany, 

Hudson, 


Ambrose L. Jordan 


Levi S. Chatfield ' 


Laurens, 

Troy, 


November 6. 1849. 


GJardner Stow.*. 


December 8. 1868 


Offden Hoffman 


New-York, 

Ithaca, 


November 8. 1863. 


Stephen B. Gushing, 

Lvman Tremain 


Novcmbor 7. 1866. 


Albany 


November 3 1867. 









STATE ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. 

The oflSce of surveyor-general existed under the colonial gov- 
ernment, the last incumbent being Alexander Golden. It was 
renewed in an act passed March 20, 1*781, for raising two regi- 
ments for the defence of the state, on bounties of unappropriated 
lands, and was filled by the council of appointment until 1822, 
when the appointing power was given to the Legislature, and con- 
tinued till the office was abolished. In 1803 the surveyor-general 
was made a commissioner of the land office, in 1821 a state 
canvasser, in 181 7 a canal commissioner; and he has had numerous 
special duties imposed by acts relative to the sale and settlement 
of lands, adjusting disputed titles and Indian claims, laying ^ut 
of roads and other internal improvements, and matters relating to 
the salt springs, reserved village plots, and other property in which 
the state had an interest. 

In the constitution of 1846* the office of surveyor-general was 
replaced by that of state engineer and surveyor. He is chosen 
at a general election, holds his office two years, and is, ex-fficio, 
a trustee of state hall, a commissioner of the land office, and 
member of the canal board and of the board of state canvassers. 
Qe also has general duties in relation to the railroads and canals, 
not required of the former officer,* and must be a practical engi- 
neer. His salary is $2,500. 



Keappointed by Legislatnre, February 8, 1828. 
Resigned November 28, IbHS. 
Appointed by governor. 
Constitution, article 5, section 2. 

See act of May 4, 1848, defining his duties. He possesses all the powers that belonged 
to the surveyor-general, except that of a oommiasioner of the canal (Und. 



38 



STATE EXOIXEERS — BANKING DEPABTHEMT. 



Surveyor-CrtneraU. 




Names. 


ResidraceB. 


Appointed or Elected. 


Philip Schuvler 


Albany, 


March 30 1781. 


Simeon De Witt,* 


Albany, 


May 13, 1784. 
January 20, 1835. 
February 6, 1838. 
February 7, 1842. 
February 3, 1845. 


William Camnbell 


Cherry Valley,.... 
Albanv 


Orville L. HoUey. 


Nathaniel Jones 


Newburgh, 

Bridgehampton, . . . 


Hush Halsev 





State Engineers and Surveyors, 



Nunes. 


Beridoiees. 


Appointed or Beded. 


Date. 


Charles B. Stuart,. . . . 
Hczekiah C. Seymour, 
William J. McAlpine,* 
Wheeler H. Bristol,'. . 

Henry Ramsay, 

John T. Clark, 

Silas Seymour, 

Van Rens'r Richmond, 


Geneva, .... 
Nyack, . •.. 

Albany, 

Piermont, . . . 
Schenectady, 

Utica, 

Piermont, . . . 
Lyons, 


Elected 


Nov 2 1847 


Elected, 


Nov. 6 1849 


Elected, 

Appointed by Gov'r 
Appointed by Gov'r 

Elected, 

Elected, 


Nov. 4, 1851. 
Sept. 21, 1853. 
Dec. 10,1853. 
Nov. 8, 1853. 
Nov. 7, 1855. 


Elected 


Nov. 3. 1857. 







BANKING DEPARTMENT. 

The act creating a safety fond* directed the appointment of 
three bank commissioners, holding their office two years, and 
charged with the dutj^ of visiting banks, examining their condi- 
tion, and reporting annually to the Legislature the results of their 
labors. The governor and senate were to appoint one of the 
conmiissioners, the banks of the 1st, 2d and 3d senate districts 
another, and those of the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, the third. 
They received a salary of $1,600 out of the bank fond. By an 
act of May 14, 1840, a fourth bank commissioner was to be 
appointed, and banks under the general law were made subject 
to their visitation. The office was abolished April 18, 1843, the 
reports of banks being thereafter made to the comptroller. 



* Reappointed by the Leicislatare, Febmary 8, 1828. 

* Resigned, Angost 1, 1S58. 

* Declined. 

« Passed April 9, 1S29. 



BAMKINQ DEPARTMENT — PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 
Bant Commiuioneri. 



Lena Bilon, 



.. Q«w™, ... 

ta^r™? 

.. uti™. 

'. Now-Torli.'' 



ih,6th,eih,ilti,8Uidl 



Apr. 10. IMO, B< 
^7 HIMSOt 



li. Bulks, 41h,filli,' 
IS, Oavemor mpd i 
S. Qonnior uod i 
fl, Ho«roor ud i 



The office of superintendent of the bank department was formed 
April 12, 1851, from the comptroller's office. It liaa the general 
euperrision of the banks of the state, whose condition is reported 
annually to the Legislature. The superintendent is appointed 
by the governor and senate for three years, and receives a salary 
of fS.OOO. He has a deputy and several registers and clerks. 



StiperittlendeaU of the BanUi^ DepartmenU. 


NmnM. 




Appointed or Eleel«d. 




Albanv 










Jamea M. Cook, 


BalUtoQ Spa, 


January 80,1866. 



DBPARTMBNT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIOW, 

The ofSce of superintendent of common schools was created 
June- 19, 1812, and continued until April 3, 1821, when it was 
Abolished by a clause in the appropriation bill of that year, and 
its duties vested in the secretary of state, who generally transacted 
.the business by a deputy- By act of March 30, 1854, the 
office of Bu^rintendent, of public instruction was created, to he 
filled by joint ballot of the senate and assembly for a term of 
three years. His salary is >2,500, and he is allowed a deputy, 
and the necessary clerks, not exceeding three, whose aggregate 
ealary may not eseeed t3,000. He is by virtue of his office a 
regent of the nniversity, and it is his duty to visit, as often as may 
be practicable, such of the schools and academies of the state as 
he may deem espedient, to inquire into their course of instruction, 
matiagement and discipline, and report annually to the Legislature. 

■ UndHMtorUsf li,lMi). 



40 



PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — CANAL DEPARTMENT. 



State Superintendents of Common Schools. 



Names. 


Residences 


Appointed. 


Gideon Hawlev 


Albany, 


January 14, 1818. 
February 22, 1821. 


Welcome Esleeck, 


Albany, 


Superintendents of Public Instruction, 


Names. 


Residences. 


Appointed. 


Victor M. Rico 


Buffalo 


April 4, 1864. 
April 7, 1857. 


Henry H. Van Dyck, 


Albany 





CANAL DEPARTMENT. 

A joint resolution of the Legislature, of March 15, 1810, ap- 
pointed Oouverneur Morris, Stephen Van Rensselaer, De Witt 
Clinton, Simeon De Witt, William North, Thomas Eddy and 
Peter B. Porter, to explore a route for a canal to Lake Erie, and 
report. 

On the 8th of April, 1811, the above named, with Robert R. 
Livingston and Robert Fulton, were appointed to consider all sub- 
jects relating to canals, to petition congress, and adopt such other 
measures as might be deemed expedient for promoting these im- 
provements. By an act of June 19, 1812, they were empowered 
to purchase the rights, interests and estate of tiie Western Inland 
Lock Navigation Company.* 

On the 17th of April, 1816, commissioners were appoined to 
construct a canal from the Hudson river to Lake Erie and Lake 
Champlain. The first commissioners were named in the act, and 
vacancies were to be filled by the Legislature in the same manner 
as senators in congress are appointed. By an act of May 6, 1844, 
their numbers were reduced to four (the oflSce of the two not 
acting being abolished), and they were made elective, on a term 
of four years. By the constitution of 1846, three canal commis- 
sioners are elected, on a term of three years, and they have been 
so classified, that one is elected every year. They receive a salary 
of $1,700 each. 



1 By an act of March 80, 1792, Samnel Jones, David Gclston, Comfort Sands, Malancton 
Smith and Nicholas Hoffknan, in Now-Tork, and Abraham Ten Broeck, John Tayler, 
Philip S. Van Rensselaer. Cornelins Glen and John Ten Broeck, in Albany, were 
appointed commissioners for taking subscriptions and issning stock in the Western and 
iNorthem Inland Navigation Companies. 

Under authority conferred by the act of April 15, 1817, the Snpreme Court appointed 
Richard Varick, Nathaniel W. Howell, William W. Woolsey, Obadiah German and 
Elisha Jenkins, to appraise ttie property of the former company. The amount paid was 
$152,718J^2 (HlBtory oT the N. Y. Canals, U., 40,) 



CANAL PEPARTMENT. 41 

The canal fund was created April 15, 1817, and the lieutenant- 
governor, comptroller, attorney-general, surveyor-general, secretary 
of state and treasurer, were made commissioners for its manage* 
ment. The canal board was created April 18, 1826, consisting 
of the canal oommissioners and the commissioners of the can^ 
fund, to which the state engineer and surveyor is now added. 

An act passed February 9, 1821, authorized the appointment, by 
concurrent resolution of the Legislature, of three canal appraisers 
on the Champlain canal, three on the western and three on the 
eastern sections of the Erie canal. A section, in an act of April 
20, 1825, directed the appointment, by the governor and senate, 
of two freeholders, who, being associated with any one of the 
acting canal commissioners, should be appraisers. 

By an act passed May 10, 1836, three canal appraisers, with a 
term of two years, were directed to be appointed by the governor 
and senate, who were to receive a per diem allowance of $4 for 
the time employed, and five cents per mile as mileage. 

An act passed March 11, 1833, directed the appointment of a 
second deputy comptroller, to perform any of the duties of the 
comptroller in relation to the canals, except as a commissioner of 
the canal ftind; this office was continued until May 13, 1840, when 
it was abolished, and the commissioners of the canal fund were 
directed to appoint a chief clerk, who should be a clerk of the 
canal board and perform all the duties of the former officer. 

The office of auditor of the canal department was created by 
an act of April 3, 1848, which abolished the office of chief clerk 
of the canal department. The duties of the latter, together with 
all the powers of the comptroller in relation to the canals (except 
as a commissioner of the canal fund), were vested in the auditor, 
who was also made secretary of the commissioners of the canal 
fund and of the canal board. He has a seal of office,' issues war- 
rants for payments out of the canal fund, and submits annually to 
its commissioners a statement of the receipts and payments on 
account of the canals and the canal debt; he instructs disbursing 
and collecting agents, and has the general direction of affairs 
relating to the finances of the canals. His salary is $2,500 per 
annum. He is appointed by the commissioners of the canal fund 
for a term of two years. 

Superintendents of repairs, collectors of tolls, division engineers 
(not exceeding three), resident engineers (not exceeding twelve), 
and as many first assistant engineers as the public interests require 

> The d>'Vice of this seal, of which we give nn engraving, was taken from the medal 
rtmok by the dty of New- York in oommemoration of the completion of the Erie oanal 
1111825. 



42 



CANAL DEPARTMENT. 



are appointed by the canal board. The state engineer and sur- 
veyor has the general supervision of the engineering department.* 



Canal Commissioners, 



Names. 



Stephen Van Rensselaer, 

De Witt ainton.a 

Joseph Ellicott, 

Bamnel Young,^ 

Myron Iloflef , 

Henry Sejrmour, 

William C. Bouck,»*... 

Jonas Earll, Jr.,' 

Michael Hoffman,^ 

Heman J. Redfleld,. .... 

John Bowman.' 

"WiUiam Baker,* • 

Bamnel B. Eoggles, 

Asa Whitney ' 

8. Newton Dexter, ' . . . 

David Hndson, ^ 

George H. Boughton, ^ 
Henry Hamilton, ^ .... 

Jonas Earll, Jr 

James Hooker.' 

George W. Little," 

Daniel P. Bissell B 

Benjamin Enos," 

Stephen Clark," 

Nathaniel Jones (2 y*rs\ 
Jonas Earll, Jr. (9 y*r8\ 
Stephen Clark (4 y'rs>. 
Daniel P. Bissell (4 y'rs\ 

Thomas Clowes, 

John T. Hudson,* 

Charles Cook (1 year), . . 
Nelson J Beach (2 y'rs), 
Jacob Hinds (8 years),.. 

Charles Cook, 

Frederick FoUett, 

John C. Mather, 

Henry Fitzlmgh, 

Frederick Follett, 

Cornelius Gardinier,.... 

Henry Fitzhogh, 

Samuel 8. WhaUon, 

John M. Jacox, 

Charles H. Sherrill, 



Residences. 



Albany, 

New-York, . . . . 

BataVia, 

BalLstou, 

Lyons, 

Ouoiioaga co,. . 
Middleburgh, .. 
Onondaga, .... 

Herkimer, 

Batavia, 

Clartcson 

Otsego county,. 
New- York, .... 
Albany . . . 
Whitesboro', . . . 

Buffalo, 

Lockport, 



Onondaga 

Poughkeepsie, . 
Otsego county,. 

Moscow 

Madison county, 

Albany,. . 

Orange, 

Onondaga, ... 

Albany 

Moscow, ...... 

Troy 

BuffiUo, 

Elmira, 

Watson, . 

Tonawanda,... 

Havana, 

Batavia, 

Troy, 

Oswego, 

Batavia. 

Fultonville,.... 

Oswegoi, 

Mayville, 

Syracuse, 

Albany, 



In whose place Appointed. App. or Elected. 



Original commissioners 



Ellicott, resigned, 

(AdditionalK 

Seymour, resigned, 

(.Additional) 

Hoffman resigned, 

Redfleld, resigned, 

(Additional), 

Van Rensselaer, deceased, 



(See act of May 6, 1844),. 
(See act of May 6, 1844).. 
(See act of May 6, 1844).. 
(See act of May 6, 1844),. 
(See act of May 6, 1844),. 
(See act of May 6, 1844),. 
Constitution, art 5. | 8, .. 
Constitution, art S, $ 8, . . 
Constitution, art 5, $ 8, . . 

Re-elected, 

Beach, 

Hinds, 

Cook, 

Re-elected, 

Mather, 

Re-elected, 

FoUett, 

Fitzhugh, 

Gardinier,... 



April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

March 

March 

Ja^i 

April 

May 

Jan 

May 

February 



n, 

17, 

n. 

17, 
17, 
24, 
29. 

4, 

I; 

25, 

18, 



February 22, 
February 22, 
February 22, 
February 22, 
February 22, 
February 8, 
February 8, 
February 8, 
February 8, 
February 8, 
February 8, 
Elec'd Not., 



Elec'd 
ElecM 
Elec'd 
ElecM 
Elec'd 
ElecM 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 
Elec'd 



Not., 
Not., 
Nov., 
Not., 
Not., 
Nov., 
Not., 
Nov., 
Not., 
Nov, 
Nov., 
Nov., 
Nov., 
Nov., 
Nov., 
Nov., 
Nov., 
Nov., 



1816. 
1816. 

leio. 

1816. 

1816 

1819 

1821 

1882. 

1888. 

1885 

1886. 

1886. 

1889. 

1S40 

1840. 

184^ 

1840. 

1840. 

1842. 

1842. 

1S42. 

1842. 

1842. 

1842. 

1844. 

1844. 

1844. 

1844. 

1846. 

1846. 

1847. 

1847. 

1847. 

1818. 

1849. 

1850. 

1851. 

1862. 

18- 8. 

1854. 

18r>5. 

1357. 

1856. 



See Revised Statutes, part 1, title 9, for the law relating to canals. 

Removed by concurrent resolution of the Legislature, April 12, 1824. 

Removed by Legislature, February 22, 1840. 

ITnder act of February 9, 1821, authorizing another commissioner. 

Under act of March 25, 1888. which allowed three to serve as acting commissionen. 

Acting commissioner under act of May 26, 1886. 

Removed by the Legislature, February 8, 1842. 

In place of those removed by Legislature. 

Appointed December 8, IS4«, till January, in place of Earil, deoeaaed. 



CAKAL DEPABTHEMT. 



43 



Caned Appraisers,^ 

[The journals of the Legislature do not show any appointments under 
tLe act of 1821.] 



Names. 



David Woods, 

Joseph D. Sclden,.. 
Benjamin F. Skinner, 
Samuel Cheever, . . . 

William Mann, 

Benjamin F. Skinner, 
Creorge H. Boughton, 
Henry C. Martindale, 
Thomas Clowes, .... 

Allen Wanlen, 

Chester Hayden, . . . 
George W. Cuyler,. . 
Ambrose Salisbury,. 
David Hamilton, . . . 
Calvin H. Bryan, . . . 
David K. Abell,.... 

Gideon Hard, 

Elihu L. Phillips, . . 
Nelson J. Beach,. . . 
Samuel J Wilkin,.. 
Andrew H. Calhoun, 
William I. Comwell, 
George H. Boughton, 
Darius A. Ogden,. . . 
Ashbel B. Parmelee, 
Henry H. Hall, .... 
William Wasson, . . . 



Residences and Remarks. 



Washington co. (v. Woods, res.), 

Albany, 

Schoharie county, 

Washington county, 

Lockport {v. Mann, resigned), . 

Sandy Hill {v. Boughton), 

Troy {v. Cheever), 

Auburn {v. Skinner), 

Utica {v. Martindale), 

Palmyra {v. Warden), 

Palmyra {v. Cuyler, declined), . 

Watervliet {v. Clowes), 

(Jeneseo {v. Salisbury), 

Albany {v. Hayden), 

Albion (v. Bryan), 

Syracuse (v. Hamilton), 

Watson {v. Abell), 

Orange county (v. Phillips),. . . 

Owego (v. Hard), 

Weedsport (r. Wilkin), 

Lockport {v. Beach), 

Penn Yan {v. Boughton), 

Malone {v. Calhoun), 

Bath (r. Comwell), 

Auburn (v. Ogden), 



Date of Appointment. 



April 21 

April 12 

February 2 

May 26 

May 26 

May 26 

October 7 

February 28 

April 18 

April 18 

April 18 

April 18 

May 11 

January 6 

April 4 

January 8 

April 4 

April 4 

January 11 

July 1 

July 1 

July 1 

November 16 

March 1 

April 5 

April 6 

April 6 



1825. 
1825. 
1831. 
1886. 
1886. 
18J36. 
1889. 
1840. 
1840. 
1840. 
1848. 
1843. 
1848. 
1844. 
1846. 
1848. 
1848. 
1848. 
1850. 
1850. 
1850. 
1850. 
1852. 
1853. 
1855. 
1865. 
185".. 



Second Deputy Comptrollers, 



Names. 


Qualifled. 


George W. Newell, 


March 18 1883. 


William W. Tredway, 


March 4 1889 


Visscher Ten Eyck, 


Feb'ary 17, 1840. 



Chief Clerks to Commissioners of Canal Fund, 



Names. 

V^isscher Ten Eyck, 

George W. Newell, 

Francis H. Buggies, 

> See Appendix. 



Qnalifled. 



May 14, 1840. 
April 11, 1842. 
March 1, 1848. 



44 CANAL DEPARTMENT. 

Auditors of the Canal Department, 



Names. 



Francis H. Rugbies, . , 
(Jeorge W. Newell,. . 
Marius Schoonmaker, , 
William I. Cornwell,.. 
Nathariiel S. Benton, 



Qnalifled. 



April 3, 1848. 
January 6, 1862. 
January 3, 1854. 
April 16, 1855. 
January 6, 1856. 



I 



3TATB PRISON INSPECTORS. 

An act of March 26, 1796, providing for the erection of two 
state prisons, directed the appointment by the governor and coun- 
cil of a keeper' (of some mechanical profession), and a board of 
inspectors, not exceeding seven to each. The latter, besides a 
stated visitation, were charged with the duty of purchasing 
clothing, bedding, raw materials for manufacture, &c., and were to 
keep an account of the expenses and earnings of each prisoner, who 
might receive the surplus product of his labor when discharged.* 

John Watte, Madiew Clarkson, Isaac Stoutenburgh, Thomaf 
Eddy and John Murray, were named commissioners for building 
a state prison in New-York, and Philip Schuyler, Abraham Ter 
Broeck, David Hale, Jeremiah Van Rensselaer and Tunis T* Var 
Veghten, for building one in Albany.' 

The New-York prison (known as Newgate) was opened foi 
inmates November 25, 1797, but was found, after a few years 
trial, to be inadequate to attain the great end of justice — the re 
form of oflfenders — from its limited accommodations and the 
crowded state of its apartments. 

On the 12th of April, 1816, a law was passed for the building 
of a state prison at Auburn ; and Elijah Miller, James Glover and 
John H. Beach, were appointed commissioners for that purpose. 

On the 7th of March, 1826, George Tibbits, Stephen Allen and 
Samuel M. Hopkins, were appointed commissioners to erect, at 
some suitable place in the first or second senatorial district, an- 
other prison on the plan of that at Auburn, and to sell the old 
one in New- York towards defraying the expenses of the new one. 
A site was selected at Sing Sing, with reference to the employ- 
ment of convicts in the working of marble, an extensive quarry 
of which occurs on the premises. 

^ By an act of March 80, 1798, keepers were to be appointed by fbe inspectors. 

3 Greenleafs edition of Laws, iii., 29^ ; folio edition of. Laws, 19th seenon, page 90. 

* The powers of the latter were suspended February 8, 1797 (6r.. iii., 854), and those 
of the former transferred to tne inspectors, Febroary 15, 1799. (Andrew*s edi- 
tion Laws, page 577.) 



STATE PEISON INSPECT0B8. 45 

The pursuit of mechanical employments in prisons, being alleged 
bv artizans to exert an influence prejudicial to their interests, led 
to the passage of a law, May 1, 1844, directing the appointment, 
by the governor and senate, of an agent to erect a prison in 
Clinton county, to be located with reference to the working of iron 
mines and the manufacture of that metal. Ransom Cook of Sara- 
toga Springs was appointed to this trust,' under whose direction the 
present Clinton prison, in the town of Beekmantown, was erected. 

Female convicts are sent to Sing Sing only. With reference 
to the sending of male prisoners, the state is divided into three 
districts. The first and second judicial districts send to Sing Sing ; 
the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth to Auburn, and the others to 
Clinton. In the third and fourth judicial districts, it is in the 
discretion of the court to send to Auburn or Sing Sing, except 
such counties in the fourth district as may be designated by the 
inspectors. 

By an act of April 2, 1819, five inspectors were to be appointed 
to Auburn prison by the governor and council of appointment.* 
Upon the completion of the Sing Sing prison, three inspectors 
were directed to be appointed in like manner. The governor, 
attorney-general and comptroller were directed to appoint three 
inspectors to the Clinton prison. 

These inspectors were continued until the ofiice of state prison 
inspectors was created by the constitution of 1846.' There are 
three state prison inspectors, who are elected for three years, and 
have the supervision of the several prispns, the appointment of 
keepers and other officers, and the entire regulation of their aflfairs. 
They are required, jointly, to visit all the prisons at least four 
times a year ; and at the beginning of every quarter a prison is 
assigned to each, over which ne has the more immediate charge, 
and at which he must attend at least one week in each month. 
The inspectors report annually to the Legislature, and receive a 
salary of $1,600 each, lliey have been so classified that one is 
elected annually.* 



Names. 


Besidences. 


Elected. 


John B. Gedney (1 year), 

Isaac N. Comstock (2 vears'^ 


White Plains, 

Albany, 

Ithaca 


1847. 
1847. 


David D. Spencer (Z years) 


1847. 


Alexander H. Wells, 


Sing Sing, 


1848. 



* Appointed May 7, 1844. 

3 Changed April 19, 1823, to governor and senate. 

' Article 5, section 4. Vacancies are filled by the governor until the next election. 

* A concise history of our penitentiary system is given in the introductory part of vol. 1 

of the Natural History of the State. 



46 



STATE PRISON INSPECTORS. 



Nameft. 

Darius W.Clark, 

William P. Angel, 

Henry Storms, 

Darius W.Clark, 

Thomas Kirkpatrick, . . . 

Norwood Bowne, 

William A. Russell, 

Wesley Bailey 

WUliamC. Rhodes, .... 



Besidenoes. 

Canton, 

Angelica, . . . , 
New- York, . . 

Canton, 

Albany, 

Delhi, 

Salem, 

Utica, 

Elmira, 



Elected. 



1849. 
1860. 
1861. 
1862. 
1868. 
1864. 
1866. 
1856. 
1857. 



BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

A board of railroad commissioners was formed in 1855,* con- 
sisting of the state en&rineer and surveyor for the time being, one 
person elected annually by the stock and bond holders of the 
railroad corporations of the state, and one i^pointed by senate 
on the nomination of the governor, with a term of three years. 
This board hap a general supervision of the railroads of the state, 
and reported their statistics annually to the Legislature. 

Each commissioner, except the state engineer and surveyor, 
received a salary of 12,500, and actual expenses not exceeding 
loOO annually; and the expenses of the department were paid by 
a tax on railroads in proportion to their gross receipts. 



Railroad CommUsionert, 

Silas Seymour (state engineer and surveyor), ex-officio, president. 
William J. Mc Alpine (on the part of railroad bond and stock holders).* 
James B. Swain (appointed by governor and senate, April 4, 1866), 
ex-officio, secretary. 

1 April 14, see chapter 526, Laws of 1S55. 

« Named in act in the first instance, and subse<^aently elected as abore. 

* Thi« board was abolished April 16, 1857, and its duties restored to the state en^dnecr 
and surveyor, who was empowerd to appoint a deputy, in charge of railroad stalUUca, 
at a salary of |2,UO0. 



REPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS. 47 



REPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS. 

The convention that met at Albany, in June, 1*754, to discuss a 
plan of union, may be considered as the earliest attempt at a con- 
solidation of strength in the American colonies, and was regarded 
with jealousy by the mother country, as tending to independence.' 
The first congress of the American colonies that met to oppose 
the assumptions of the British parliament, assembled in New- 
York, October 7, 1765, at which this colony was represented by 
Robert R. Livingston, Philip Livingston, Leonard Lispenard, John 
Cuyler and William Bayard. At this early period, the ultimate 
object professed was simply a repeal of certain obnoxious laws, 
in which they failed, and the causes of irritation continuing to 
increase, the colonies became clamorous for redress ; primary 
meetings were held in every quarter ; a continental congress was 
called at Philadelphia,' in 1774 ; in the spring following, another, 
and the public agitation rapidly tended towards the crisis which 
resulted in independence. 

A Provincial Convention assembled at the Exchange, in New- 
York, April 20, 1775, in pursuance of a call from the committee 
of the city and county of New- York, for the purpose of choosing 
delegates to represent the colony in continental congress. It was 
dissolved April 2 2d. The votes were given by counties, in which 
New-York had four, Albany three, and each of the other counties 
two voices. 

Presideni^VmLlP LIVINGSTON. 
Secreta/ry — John McKesson. 

Albany — ^Peter R. Livingston, Walter Livingston,* Col. Philip Schuyler, 
Col. Abraham Ten Broeck, Abraham Tates. 

Dutchess — ^Egbert Benson, Col. Morris Graham, Major Robert R. Liv- 
ingston, Jr. 

Kings — Simon Boernm, Denice Denice, Theodoras Polhemus, Richard 
Stillwell, John Van Der Bilt. 

New -York — John Alsop, Abraham Brasher, James Duane, John Jay, 
Francis Lewis, Col. Leonard Lispenard, Philip Livingston, Isaac Low,^ 
Alexander McDougall, Isaac Rosevelt, Abraham Walton. 

Orange — ^Peter Clowes, A. Hawkes Hay, John Herring, Israel Seely, 
Henry Wisner. 

Queens (from Newtown and Flushing)^— Col. Jacob Blackwell, John 
Tahnan, Joseph Robinson, Oapt. Zebulon Williams. 

> New-York was represented, in this convention, by Joseph Murray, William Johnson, 

John Chambers and William Smith, of his midosty's council. 
* The first continental congress met September 6, 1774. 
s Did not attend. 
4 j>edined to serve. 



48 



BEPBESENTATIVE OFFICEBS. 



Suffolk — John Sloss Hobart, Col. Phineas Fanning, Col. William Flojd, 
Thomas Tredwell, Nathaniel Woodhull. 

Ulster — George Clinton, Charles De Witt, Levi Pawling. 

Westchester — Samuel Drake, Robert Graham, James Holmes, Col. Lewis 
Morris, Jonathan Piatt, John Thomas, Jr., Major Philip Van Cortlandt, 
Stephen Ward. 

To avoid repetition, the names of representatives in the several 
provincial congresses, and in the state convention that formed the 
nrst constitution, will be given in a general alphabetical table, 
with references denoting the particular convention or body to 
which each person was chosen. These delegates were paid by the 
counties they represented. 

The short intervals at which they were elected indicate the 
extreme watchfulness bestowed at that period upon the exercise 
of delegated power. The references used are as follows : 

1. Deputies to First New -York Provincial Congress, convened at New 
York city, May 23, 1776, adjourned November 4th, 1776 : 

PrmVien^— PETER VAN BRUGH LIVINGSTON, of New- York. 

Vice-President — Volkert P. Douw, of Albany. 

Secretaries (of this and all succeeding congresses and conventiors until 
after the establishment of a state government)-— John McKesson, Robert 
Benson. 

Door-Keeper (during the entire period) — Thomas Pettitt. 

Chaplains (1st congress)— Dr. Auchmuty, Dr. Rodgers, Mr. Gano, Mr. 
Inglis, Dr. Laidly, Mr. Mason, Mr. Treat, Dr. Livingston, Mr. Bowden, 
Mr. Moore. 

3. Deputies to Second New -York Provincial Congress, convened at 
New- York city, November 14, forming a quorum December 6, 1776; 
adjourned December 22, 1776; convened February 12, 1776; adjourned 
March 16, 1776; convened May 8, 1776; adjourned May 13, 1776; 

President—Co}. NATHANIJSL WOODHULL, of Suffolk county. 

3. Deputies to the Third New - York Provindcd Congress, convened at 
New- York city, May 14, a quorum formed May 18, 1776; adjourned June 
30th, to White Plains, Westchester county : 

President— Bngadier-GenersA NATHANIEL WOODHULL, of Suffolk co. 

4« Deputies to the Convention of the State of New - York, convened at 
White Plains, Westchester county, July 9, 1776 ; adjourned to Fishkill, 
August 29, 1776 ; adjourned to Kingston, February 19, 1777 ; finally dis- 
solved May 13, 1777. 

Interrupted by frequent adjournments, in which intervals a 
committee of safety was in session, viz : 

From An^st 17, 1T76, to August 20, 177ft. 
From August 2ft, 177ft, to August 28, 177ft. 
From August 29, 177ft, to Sept. 5, 177ft. 
From Sept. 7, 1776, to Sept. 14, 177ft. 
From Sept 18, 177ft, to Sept. 19, n7ft. 
From Sept 21, 177ft, to Sept. 2ft, 177ft. 



From September 2ft, 177ft, to Sept. 28, 177ft. 
From October 6, 177ft, to Oct. 16, 177ft. 
From October 15, 177ft, to Dec. 6, 1776. 
From December 5, 177ft, to Deo. 6, 177ft. 
From December ft, 177ft, to March ft, 1777 



REPBESENTATIVE OFFICEBS. 



49 



PresidetU (from July 9 toAugustlO)— Brigadier-General NATHANIEL 
WOODHULL, of Suffolk.* 

President (from August 10 to September 21V-ABRAHAM YATES, Jr., 
of Albany. 

President (from September 26 to October 15)— Col. PETER R. LIV- 
INGSTON, of Albany. 

President (from March 6 to end) Brigadier-General ABRAHAM TEN 
BROECK, of Albany. 

Col. Pierre Van Cortlandt, Vice-President, and others, occasionally 
presiding. 

Chaplain — ^Rev. Mr. Lewis. 

In no instance was the whole delegation present, numbers being 
absent on pnblic or private business. Each county, in its returns 
of elections, generally designated the number that might act a» 
a quorum. Votes in congress and convention were taken by 
counties, the number allowed to each being as follows.* 



CJonnty. 


iKt and 3d 
Congrene. 


3d CongTMS 
& CoDTent'o. 


County. 


l8t and 9d 
Congreaa. 


3d Congress 
ft Convent'B 


Albany, 

Charlotte, 

Cumberland, . . . 

Dutchess, 

Gloucester, 

Kinfifs 


3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
4 


6 
2 
2 
5 

2 

8 


Orange, 

Queens, 

Richmond, .... 

Suffolk, 

Tryon, 

Ulster, 

Westchester, . . . 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


8 
4 
2 
4 
3 
4 


New- York, 


4 



The title of " Provincial Congress of the Colony of New-York," 
was changed to " Convention of Representatives of the State of 
New-York," July 10, 1776 ; and August 1, the following commit- 
tee was appointed to prepare and report a constitution, viz : 

Col. John Broome, Robert R. Livingston, Samuel Townsend, 

Col. Charles De Witt, Gouvemeur Morris, • Henry Wisner, 

William Duer, (Jen. John Morin Scott, Abraham Yates, 

John Sloss Hobart, William Smith, Robert Yates. 
John Jay, 

Their report was made March 12, 17 7 7, and discussed till April 
20, 1777, when the first constitution of New-York was adopted. 

> €kn. Woodhnll was bmtally wounded after his surrender, soon after the hattlo at 
Brooklyn, and died of his wounds at Jamaica, September %% 1776. 



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60 



REPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS — CONVENTIONS. 



Deputies in the New-York Provincial Congress and Conven- 
tion OF THE State of New-York, I'/'/S, IIIQ and 1777. 



Deputies. 

Abeel, Major Garrit, 

Adgate, Matthew, 

Allison, Col. William, 

Alsop, John, 

Bancker, Adrian, 

Bancker, Evert, 

Bayley, Jacob, 

Beekman, James, 

Blackwell, Col. Jacob, .... 
Bleecker, John James, .... 
Brasher, Col. Abraham, . . . 

Brewster, Samuel, 

Brinckerhoff, Dirck, 

Broome, Col. John, 

Brown, Daniel, 

Campbell, Alexander, 

Cantine, Matthew, 

Clarke, Jeremiah, 

Clarkson, David, 

Clinton, Charles, 

Clinton, Gteorge, 

Clinton, Gen. James, 

Clowes, Peter, 

Clopper, Cornelius, 

Covenhoven, Col. Nicholas, 

Coe, John, 

Conner, Richard, 

Cortleyou, Aaron, 

Crane, Dr. , 

Cuyler, Capt. Jacob, 

Cuyper, Tbeunis, 

Dayton, David, 

Dearing, Thomas, 

De Lancey, John, 

De Lavergne, Benjamin, . . . 
Denning, Capt. William,. . . 

De Witt, Andries, 

De Witt, Col. Charles, 

Douw, Volkert P., 

Drake, Col. Gilbert, 

Drake, Col. Joseph, 

Duane, James, 

Duer, William 

Dumond, Egbert, 

Dunscomb, Daniel, 

Bverson, Jacob, 



Counties. 



New- York, 

Albany, 

Orange, 

New-York, 

Richmond, 

New-York, 

Gloucester, 

New- York, 

Queens, 

Albany, 

New- York, 

Dutchess, 

New- York, 

Suffolk, 

Charlotte, 

Ulster, 

Orange, 

New-York, 

Ulster, 

Ulster, 

Ulster, . . ; 

Ovange, 

New- York, , 

Kings 

Orange, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Dutchess, 

Albany, 

Orange, 

Westchester, 

Suffolk, 

New-York, 

Dutchess, 

New-York, 

Ulster, 

Ulster, 

Albany, 

Westchester 

Westchester, 

New- York, . . , ^ 

Charlotte, 

Ulster, 

New- York, 

Dutchess, 



Of what Bodj a 
Member. 



1, 2, 

2, 
2, 

1, 2, 

1, 

2, 
1, 2, 

2, 
1 

2, 
1, 2 

2, 
1, 2, 
1 
1 

1 

1, 2, 
2 

1. 2, 
1 

1, 
1, 

1, 2, 
2 
1 

1 

2, 
2 



2, 
1, 2 



8, 4 
8, 4 
8. 4 
8 

8, 4 
8. 4 
8, 4 
8. 4 
8, 4 
8. 4 
8 

8, 4 
8 

8, 4 
4 



8 

8 

8. 4 

8 
8 
4 

8, 4 

8, 4 

8 
8,4 

8, 4 

8. 4 

8. 4 
8,4 

8, 4 



EEPKE8ENTATIVE OFFICKBS — CONVENTIONS. 



51 



Deputies. 



Field, John, 

Fleming, Peter, 

Folliot, George, 

Foster, John, 

Franklin, Walton, 

French, Joseph, , 

C^ansevoort, Leonard, 

Gelston, David, 

Glen, Henry, 

Graham, Col. Lewis, , 

Graham, Morris, , 

Graham, Judge Robert 

Hallett, Joseph, 

Hardenbiirgh, Col. Johannes, 

Haring, John, 

Harper, William, 

Harpur. Robert, 

HasbroQck, Abraham, , 

Havens, James, 

Haviland, Samuel, 

Hay, Col. A. Hawkes, , 

Hazeltine, Col. John, 

Helme, Benjamin, 

Hicks, Thomas, 

Hobart, John Sloss, 

Hoffman, Col. Anthony, 

Holmes, James, 

Hoornbeck, Jacob, 

Humphrey, Cornelius, ...... 

Hycks, Thomas, 

Imlay, John, 

Jackson, Nicholas, 

Jay, John, 

Journey, John, 

Eaine, Jacob, 

Kissam, Benjamin, 

Kittletas, Rev. Abraham, . . . 
Landon, Jonathan, . . ^ . . . « . . 

Lawrence, Richard, 

Lawrence, CoL Jonathan,. . . ^ 

Leffertse, John, 

Leffertse, Lefifert, 

Lefevre, Andiles,. 

Lent, Col. Abraham, 

Lewis, Francis, 

L'Hommedieu, Ezra, ....... 

Lispenard, Leonard, ........ 

Little, Archibald, ^ 

Livingston, Gilbert, 

Livingston, James, 



Counties. 



Dutchess, 

Westchester, . . . 

New- York, 

Suffolk, 

New- York, 

Queens, 

Albany, 

Suffolk, 

Albany, ....... 

Westchester, . . . , 

Dutchess, 

Westchester, . . . . 

New- York, 

Ulster, 

Orange, 

Tryon, 

New- York, 

Ulster, 

Suffolk, 

Westchester,.... 

Orange, 

Cumberland, . . , 

New-York, 

Queens, 

Suffolk, 

Dutchess , 

Westchester, . . . , 

Ulster, 

Dutchess, 

Queens, 

New- York, .... 

Orange, 

New- York, .... 
Richmond, .... 

Dutchess, , 

New- York, . . . 

Queens, 

Dutchess, 

Richmond, .... 

Queens, 

Kings, 

Kings, 

Ulster, 

Orange, ...... . 

New- York, . . . . , 

Suffolk, 

New-York, .... 
Orange, .... . . 

Dutchess, 

Dutchess, 



Of what Body a 
Member. 



3 
3 



1 
1 
1 
1 



1. 
1, 

1. 
1, 

1, 



2. 8. 4 

2, 8, 4 

2 

2, 8. 4 

2, 8 

2 

2, 8 

4 

2, 8, 4 
3, 4 
8, 4 
8 

8, 4 



1 

1, 

1, 

1 

1 



2, 8. 4 
8, 4 



2, 8 
3 



1, 
1. 

1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 



3, 4 
8 



2 

2 



8, 4 

8. 4 
2, 8 

3, 4 
2, 8 

8 
2 







8, 


4 


1, 


2, 


8, 


4 


1 












8. 


4 


1, 


2, 


8, 


4 






3, 


4 



52 



REPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS — CONVENTIONS. 



Deputies. 



Livingston, Peter R. 

Livingston, Peter Van Brugh, 

Livingston, Philip, 

Livingston, Robert G., 

Livingston, Robert R., 

Livingston, Walter, 

Lockwood, Major Ebenezer,. 

Lott, Col. Abraham P 

Lott, Johannes £., 

Low, Isaac, 

Ludlow, Gabriel W., 

McDougall, Col. Alexander, . 
Malcolm, Major William, *. . . , 

Marlett, John, , 

Marsh, Col. Joseph, , 

Marsh, William, 

Marston, John, 

Micheau, Paul, , 

Miller, Ben., 

Miller, Burnett, 

Mills, Zebadiah, 

Montgomerie, Richard, , 

Moore, John, 

Morris, Gtouvemeur, , 

Morris, Gen. Lewis, 

Morton, John, 

Newkirk, Benjamin, 

Nicholson, John, , 

Nicoll, Francis, 

Olcott, Peter, 

Othout, Henry, 

Cutwater, Dr. Thomas, 

Paine, Ephraim, 

Palmer, Thomas, 

Paris, Isaac, 

Parks, Major Arthur, , 

Paulding, Col. Levi, 

Paulding, William, 

Piatt, Capt. Jonathan, 

Piatt, Zephaniah, , 

Polhemus, Theodorus, 

Prince, Samuel, 

Pye, David, , 

Randall, Thomas, , 

Rapalje, Daniel, , 

Ray, John, 

Rea, Matthew, 

Remsen, Col. Henry, , 



Counties. 



Albany, 

New- York, . . 
New-York, .. 
Dutchess, . • 
Dutchess, . . . 

Albany, 

Westchester,. 
New-York, . . 

Kings, 

New-York, . . 
New- York, . . 
New-York, . . 
Charlotte, . . . 

Tryon, 

Cumberland, 
Charlotte, . . 
New-York, . . 
Richmond, . . 

Suffolk 

Suffolk, 

Westchester, . 
Dutchess, ... 

Tryon, 

Westchester, . 
Westchester, . 
New- York, . . 

Tryon 

Ulster, 

Albany, .... 
Cumberland,. 
Albany, .... 
Orange, .... 
Dutchess, . . . 

Ulster, 

Tryon, 

Ulster, . .... 

Ulster, 

Westchester, . 
Westchester, . 
Dutchess, ... 

Kings, 

New-York, . • 
Orange, . . . . 
New- York, . . 
Queens, . . . . 
New- York, ., 
Ulster,, 



New-York, ....««... 



Of what Body a 
Member. 



2, 
1, 2 



1 
2, 
2, 

1 

1 
2 

1, 2 



1 
1 



3, 4 
8. 4 
3, 4 

3, 4 
4 



1 

1, 2, 
1, 



1 
1, 2, 



2 
2, 



1, 2, 

1, 

1, 2, 
2 

1, 
2. 

1 
2 
2, 



8 

8, 4 

8 
8 

4 
8, 4 

8, 4 
8, 4 
8, 4 

8. 4 

8, 
4 

8, 4 



8, 4 
8, 4 
8, 4 
8, 4 
8, 4 
8, 4 
8. 4 

3, 4 
3, 4 



8, 4 
8, 4 



1 A fireeholder, but not a resident in the county ; lived in New-York. 



KEPBESENTATIVE OFFICEBS — CONVENTIONS. 



53 



Deputies. 



Remsen, Jeremiah, 

Robinson, Beverly, 

Robinson, Joseph, 

Roosevelt, Isaac, « 

Rutgers, Adriaa, 

Rut^rs, Anthony, . . , 

Sacket, Nathaniel, 

Sands, Bei^jamin, 

Sands, Comfort, 

Schenck, Guysbert, <• . 

Schenck, Henry, 

Scbenk, John, 

Schenk, Paul, «... 

Scott, Gen. John Morin,. . . . 

Sears, Isaac, 

Seely, Israel, 

Sessions, John, 

Sherwood, Ck>l. Isaac, 

Silvester, Peter, 

Smith, Benjamin, 

Smith, Dr. George, 

Smith, Joshua Hett,' 

Smith, Melancton, 

Smith, Thomas, . . . . 

Smith, Waters, 

Smith, William, 

Snyder, Col. Johannis, 

Spooner, Dr. Paul, 

Stevens, Simon, 

Stillwell, Richard, 

Stoatenburgh, Isaac, 

Strong, Selah, 

Swart, Dirck, 

Tappen, Major Christopher, . 

Taylor, John, 

Ten Broeck, Gen. Abraham, 

Ten Broeck, John, 

Ten Broeck, Petrus, 

Thomas, John, Jr., 

Thoroe, Richard, 

Tom, Nathaniel, 

Tompkins, Jonathan G.,. . . . 

Townsend, James, 

Townsend, Samuel, 

Tredwell, Thomas, 

Trusteen, Benjamin, 

Van Brunt, Rutgert, 

Van Ck>rtlandt, James, 



Ckmntiea. 



Kings, 

Dutchess, . . . 
Queens, . . . . . 
N«w-York, . . 
New- York, . . 
New- York, . . 
Dutchess, . . . 

Queens, 

New-York, . . 
Dutchess, . . . 
Dutchess, ... 
Dutchess, . . . 
Dutchess, ... 
New-York, .. 
New- York, . . 
Orange, . . . . 
Cumberland, 
Orange, . . . . 

Albany, 

Westchester, . 
Charlotte, . . 
Orange, . . . . 
Dutchess, ... 
New-York, . . 

Queens, 

Suffolk, .... 

Ulster, 

Cumberland, 
Cumberland, 

Kings, 

New- York, .. 
Suffolk, .... 
Albany, .... 

Ulster, 

Albany, . . . , 
Albany, .... 

Albany, 

Dutchess, . . . 
Westchester, 

Queens, 

Queens, . . . . . 
Westchester,. 
Queens, . . . . 
Queens, . . . . 

Suffolk, 

Orange, . . . . 

Kings, 

New- York, . . 



or what Body a 
Member. 



1, 

2 
1 

1, 2, 
o 

2. 
1, 

2, 



1, 2, 
1 

1, 2 
1 

1 
1, 2 

1, 2 

1 

2, 
1, 2, 
1 

1, 
1, 2, 

1 

1, 2 

1 

1 



1, 

1, 2, 
1 

2, 
1 



3 

8. 4 

3. 4 
8. 4 

4 
8, 4 

8 

8, 4 
8 

8, 4 
8 

3, 4 
8, 4 

8 
8, 4 



8. 4 

1-' 

8, 4 

8, 4 
8 

8, 4 
8, 4 
8, 4 
8 



8, 4 
8, 4 
8, 4 
8, 4 

8 



> BatMequentty diMved wifh parttcipating in Arnold^* treason. See Chalmen* OriDil> 
nal Trialfl, toL ll. 



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54 



BEPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS CONVENTIONS. 



Deputies. 

Van Cortlandt, John, 

Van Cortlandt, Col. Philip, 

Van Cortlandt, Col. Pien-e, 

Vanderbilt, Jeremiah, 

Vanderbilt, John, 

Vanderburgh, James, 

Van Houten, RoelofF, 

Van Rensselaer, Col. Robert, 

Van Wyck, Cornelius, 

Van Wyck, Theodoras, Jr., 

Van Zandt, Jacobus, 

Van Zandt, Petrus, 

Veeder, Volkert, 

Verplanck, Samuel, 

Walton, Abraham, 

Ward, Stephen, 

Watkins, David, 

Webster, Major Alexander, 

Wickham, Capt. Thomas, 

Williams, Henry, 

Williams, Capt. John, 

Williams, Col. John, 

Williams, Zebulon, 

Wills, William, 

Wisner, Henry, 

Wisner, Henry, Jr., 

Woodhull, Jesse, « . . . 

Woodhull, Qen. Nathaniel, 

Wynkoop, Dirck, Jr., 

Yates, Abraham, Jr., 

Yates, Christopher, 

Yates, Christopher P., 

Yates, Richard, 

Yates, Robert, 



Counties. 



New-York, . 
New-York, . 
Westchester, 

Kings, 

Kings, 

Dutchess , . . 
Orange, .... 
Albany, ... 
Queens, ••• 
Dutchess, .. 
New- York, . 
New- York, • 
Tryon, , , , . 
New- York, . 
New-York, . 
Westchester, 
Charlotte, . . 
Charlotte, .. 
Suffolk, ... 

Kings, 

Queens, . 4 . . 
Charlotte, . . 
Queens, .... 
Tryon, . . . . 
Orange, . . . 
Ulster, . . . . 
Orange, . . . 
Suffolk,.... 

Ulster, 

Albany,. ... 
Albany, . . . . 
Tryon, . . . . 
New-York, . 
Albany, . . . 



Of what Body a 
Member. 



1. 2, 3, 4 
1 

2. 3, 4 

3 
1, 2. 3 

3 

8 
1, 2, 8, 4 

8. 4 
2, 3 
1, 2, 8, 4 

3, 4 

8, 4 
1 
1 

1, 2 
1 

8, 4 
1, 2, 8 
1 

8 
1, 2, 3, 4 
1 
2 

8. 4 
2, 3, 4 
1 
1. 2, 3. 4 

2 
1, 2, 8, 4 

8 
1, 8 
1 
1, 2. 8, 4 



CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS. 
Convention of 1*788. 

Elected under a resolution of the Legislature, passed February 
1, 1788, to deliberate upon the adoption of the federal constitu- 
tion, met at Poughkeepsie, June 11 ; adjourned July 26. 

[Thoee who voted /br the constitution are marked thus*; those againH it, thost. It 
bad been previously ratified by all the states, except North Carolina and Bhode Island.] 

Prwia^fn^-GEORGE CLINTON, of Ulster. 
iSe<T«tor»>«--Joha4tfcEe8son, Abraham B. Bancker. 
Door-Keeper — ^David Barclay. 



BEPBESENTATIVE OFFICERS — CONVEKTIONS. 55 

Albany — John Lansing, Jr.,t Henry Oothout,t Dirck Swart, Anthony 
Ten Eyck, Israel Thomp8on,t Peter Vroman, Robert Yates.-f 

Columhia — Matthew Adgate,t John Bay,t Peter Van Ness.f 

Dutchess — Jonathan Akins,t John De Witt,* Gilbert Livingston*, Zeph- 
aniah Piatt,* Melancton Smith,* Jacobus Swartwout,-f Ezra Thompson. 

Kings — Peter Lefferts,* Peter Vandervoort.* 

Montgomery — John Frey,t William Harper,t Henry Staring,^ Volkert 
Veeder,t John Winn,t Christopher P. Yates. 

New -York — James Duane,* Alexander Hamilton,* Richard Harrison,* 
John Sloss Hobart,* John Jay,* Robert R. Livingston,* Nicholas Low,* 
Richard Morris, Isaac Roosevelt.* 

Orange — John Haring,t Henry Wisner,t John Wood,t Jesse Woodhull.* 

Queens — Stephen Carman,* Samuel Jones,* Nathaniel Lawrence,* John 
Schenck.* 

Richmond — ^Abraham Bancker,* Gozen Ryerss.* 

Suffolk — Jonathan Havens,* David Hedges, Henry Scudder,* John 
Smith,* Thomas Tredwell.f 

Ulster — John Cantine,t Ebenezer Clark,t Gov. George Clinton, James 
Clinton,t G. C. Schoonmaker,t Dirk Wynkoop.f 

Washington and Clinton — Albert Baker,f David HopkinSjf Ichabod 
Parker ,t John-Williams.f 

Westchester — Thaddeus Crane,* Richard Hatfield,* Philip Livingston,* 
Lewis Morris,* Lott W. Sarlls,* Philip Van Cortlandt.* 



Convention of 1801 

This convention "was convened, by an act passed April 6, to 
consider the expediency of altering the constitution respecting 
the number of senators and members of assembly, with power to 
reduce and limit the same, and to determine the relative powers 
of the governor and council of appointment in originating nomi- 
nations for office. 

It fixed the number of the senate, permanently, at 32 ; the 
assembly was fixed at 100, to be increased after each census at 
the rate of two yearly till it equaled 160. The several mem- 
bers of the council of appointment were declared to have equal 
powers of nominating with the governor. 

This convention began at Albany, October 13, and ended 
October 27, 1801. 

President—kk^.Ql^ BURR, of Orange. 
Secretaries — James Van Ingen, Joseph Constant. 
Sergeant-at-Arma — ^Volkert A. Douw. 
DooT'Keeiper — ^Benjamin Whipple. 

Adiawy — Johan Jost Dietz, Leonard Gansevoort, Daniel Hale, John V. 
Henry, Josiah Ogden Hoffman, Abraham Van Ingen, Stephen Van Rens« 
selaer, Peter West. 

Cayuga — Silas Halsey. 



66 REPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS — CONVENTIONS. 

Chenango — John W. Buckley,* Stephen Hoxie. 

Clinton and Essex — Thomas Tredwell. 

Columbia — Benjamin Birdsall, Alexander Coffin, Stephen Hogehoom, 
Moses Trafford, James I. Van Allen, Moses Younglove. 

Delaware — ^Boswell Hotchkis, Elias Osborn. 

Dutchess — Jonathan Akin, Isaac Bloom, Caleb Hazen, Peter Hucsted, 
Edmund Parlee, Smith Thompson, Joseph Thorn, John Van Bentheusen, 
Theodoras Van Wyck, Ithamer Weed. 

Oreene — Martin G. Schuneman, Stephen Simmons. 

He^'himer — (Jeorge Rosecrantz, Matthias B. Tallmadge, Evans Wherry. 

Kings — John Hicks. 

Montgomery^ — ^Nathaniel Campbell, Jonathan Hallett, John Herkimer, 
Thomas Saminons, Peter Waggoner, Jr., Caleb Woodworth. 

New -York — Joshua Barker, John Bingham, George Clinton, Jr., Nicho- 
las De Peyster, William Edgar, Archibald Kerly, Maturin Livingston, 
John Mills, James Nicholson, Daniel D. Tompkins, Solomon Townsend, 
William P. Van Ness, Peter H. Wendover. 

Oneida — James Dean, Bezaleel Fisk, Henry Huntington.* 

Onondaga — Moses Carpenter. 

Ontario and Sievhen — Moses Atwater, John Knox. 

Orange — Aaron Burr, James Clinton, Arthur Parks, John Steward, 
Peter Townsend. 

Otsego — Daniel Hawks, James Moore, Luther Rich, David Shaw. 

Queens — De Witt Clinton, James Rayner, John Schenck, John W. 
Seaman. 

Rensselaer — Cornelius Lansing, Jonathan Niles, William W. Reynolds, 
Jonathan Rouse, John Ryan, Jacob Yates. 

Richmond — Joseph Perine. 

Rockland — Peter Taulman. 

Saratoga — Adam Cjomstock, Samuel Lewis, Beriah Palmer, John Thomp- 
son, Daniel L. Van Antwerp. 

Schoharie — (not represented.) 

SuffoHk—WilYiam Floyd, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Samuel L'Hommedieu, 
Joshua Smith, Jr. 

Tioga — John Patterson. 

Ulster — John Cantine, Lucas Elmendorf, Abraham Schoonmaker, Anning 
Smith. 

Washington — John Gale, Solomon King, Thomas Lyon, Edward Savage, 
Solomon Smith, John Vernor. 

Westchester— Thomaa Ferris, Israel Honeywell^ Jonathan G. Tompkins, 
Pierre Van Cortlandt, Jr., Ebenezer White. 



Convention of 1821. 

Convened at Albany, August 28, in conformity to an act passed 
March 13. Adjourned November 10, 1821. 

The popular vote on holding the convention, and on adopting 
the constitution which it recommended, was as follows : 

Wav ifioi 5 " For Convention," 109,846 

May, lozi. ^ u ^Qj, j^Q Convention," 84,901 

> Contested by Anaou Gary. ^ Contested by Joseph KirUand. 



BEPEESENTATIVE OFFICERS — CONVENTIONS. 57 

v^y. 1 ft99 5 " ^or Constitution," 74,782 

t en., loz^. ^ „ ^gajngt Constitution," 41,402 

President— DANIEL D. TOMPKINS, of Richmond. 
Secretaries — John F. Bacon, Samuel 8. Gardiner. 
Sergeants-at-Arms — Henry Freyer, Louis S. Le Couteulx. 
Door-Ke^ers — Henry Bates, John Bryan, Richard Ten Broeck 

Albany — James Kent, Ambrose Spencer, Stephen Van Rensselaer, Abra- 
ham Van Vechten. 

AUegany and Steuben — Timothy Hurd, James McCall. 

jffroome— -Charles Pumpelly (resided in Nichols, Tioga county). 

Cattaraugus^ Chautatique, Erie, Niagara — ^Augustus Porter, Samuel 
Russell. 

Cayuga — ^Dayid Brinckerhoff, Rowland Day, Augustus F. Ferris. 

Chenango — ^Thomas Humphrey, Jarvis K. Pike, Nathan Taylor. 

Clinton and Franklin — ^Nathan Carver. 

Columbia — Francis Sylvester, William W. Van Ness, Jacob R. Van 
Rensselaer, Elisha Williams. 

Cortland — Samuel Nelson. 

Delaware — Robert Clarke, Erastus Root. 

Ihdchess — Elisha Barlow, Isaac Hunting, Peter R. Livingston, Abraham 
H. Schenck, Jame^ Tallmadge, Jr. 

Essex — ^Reuben Sanford. 

Genesee — ^David Burroughs, John Z. Ross, Elizur Webster. 

Greene — Jehlal Tuttle, Alpheus Webster. 

Herhinter — Sanders Lansing, Richard Van Home, Sherman Wooster. 

Jefferson — Hiram Steele, Egbert Ten Eyck. 

Kings — ^John Lefferts. 

Lewis — Ela Collins. 

Livingston — James Roseburgh. 

Madison — ^Barak Beckwith, John Knowles, Edward Rogers. 

Monroe — John Bowman. 

Montgomery — ^William Irving, Rowland Fish, Jacob Hees, Philip Rhine- 
lander, Jr., Alexander Sheldon. 

New 'York — Jacobus Dyckman, Ogden Edwards, James Fairlie, John L. 
Lawrence, William Paulding, Jr., Jacob Radclifif, Nathan Sanford, Peter 
Sharpe, Peter Stagg, Peter H. Wendover, Henry Wheaton. 

Oneida and part of Oswego — Ezekiel Bacon, Samuel Sidney Breeze, 
Henry Huntington, Jonas Piatt, Nathan Williams. 

Onondaga and part of Oswego — Victory Birdseye, Amari Case, Asa 
Eastwood, Parley E. Howe. 

Onta/rio — Micah Brooks, John Price, David Southerland, Philetus Swift, 
Joshua Van Fleet. 

Orange — John Duer, JohnHallock, Jr., Peter Millikin, Benjamin Wood- 
ward. 

Otsego — Joseph Clyde, Ransom Hunt, Wm. Park, David Tripp, Martin 
Van Buren (resided in Albany county). 

Pwinam— -Joel Frost. 

Queens — Elbert H. Jones, Rufus King, Nathaniel Seaman. 

Rensselaer — David Buel, Jr., James L. Hogeboom, John Reeve, John W, 
Wood. 

RichMumd — ^Daniel D. Tompkins. 

Rockland — Samuel G. Verbryck. 

8a/ratoga — Salmon Child, John Cramer, Jeremy Rockwell, Samuel Toung. 



58 EEPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS — CONVENTIONS. 

Schenectctd^ — John Sanders, Henry Yates, Jr. 

Schoharie — Olney Briggs, Asa Starkweather, Jacob Sutherland. 

Seneca — Robert S. Rose, Jonas Seeley. 

St. Lavfrence—Jeaou Fenton. 

Suffdk — Usher H. Moore, Ebenezer Sage, Joshna Smith. 

Tioga — Matthew Carpenter. 

Tompkins — Richard Smith, Richard Townley. 

Ulster and SuUivan — Daniel Clark, Jonathan Dubois, James Hunter, 
Henry Jansen.' 

Washington and Warren — Alexander Livingston, Nathaniel Pitcher, 
John Richards, William Townseiid, Melancton ^V heeler. 

Westchester — ^Peter A. Jay, Peter Jay Munro. 



Convention op 1846. 

Convened at Albany, June 1, in conformity to an act passed 
April 22 ; adjourned October 9, 1846. 

The popular vote on holding the convention and on adopting 
the constitution which it recommended, was as follows : 

November 4 1845 5" For a Convention,' 218,267 

JNovember 4, i»«). j „ ^^ Convention," 88,860 

Novembers 1846 i Amended constitution, " Yes," . 221,628 
jNovemoer tt, ie40. j ^^gnded constitution, " No," . 92,486 

President--JOIlS TRACY, of Chenango. 

Secretaries — James F. Starbuck, Henry W. Strong, Francis Seger. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — Hiram Allen. 

Door-Keeper — Human R. Howlett. 

Albany — Ira Harris, Peter Shaver, Benjamin Stanton, Horace K. Willard. 

AUegany — William G. Angel, Calvin T. Chamberlain. 

Broome — John Hyde. 

Catta/raugus — George A. S. Crooker, Alonzo Hawley. 

Cayuga — Daniel J. Shaw, Elisha W. Sheldon, Peter Yawger. 

Chautauque — ^Richard P. Marvin, George W. Patterson. 

Chemung — William Maxwell. 

Chenango — ^Elisha B. Smith, John Tracy. 

Clinton — ^Lemuel Stetson. 

Columbia — George C. Clyde, Ambrose L. Jordan. 

Cortland — John Miller. 

Delaware — Isaac Burr, David S. Waterbury. 

Dutchess — ^Peter K. Dubois, Charles H. Ruggles, James Tallmadge. 

Erie — Absalom Bull, Aaron Salisbury, Horatio J. Stow, Amos Wright 

Essex — Gkiorge A. Simmons. 

Franklin — Joseph R. Flanders. 

Fulton and Ha/milton — John L. Hutchinson. 

Oenesee — Samuel Richmond, Moses Taggart. 

Oreene — ^Robert Dorlon, James Powers. 

Herkvaier — Michael HoffVnan, Arphaxed Loomis. 

Jefferson — Azel W. Danforth, Alpheus S. Greene, Elihu M. McNeil. 

Kings — Tunis G. Bergen, Henry C. Murphy, Conrad Swackhammer. 



1 Died saddenly in the hall of the capttol, September 14, 1881. 



BEPBESENTATIYE OFFICERS — CONGRESS. 59 

Lewis — ^Russell Parish. 

Livingston — ^AUen Ayrault, William H. Spencer. 

Madison — Bei\jamin F. Bruce, Federal Dana. 

Monroe — Frederick F. Backus, Harry Backus, Enoch Strong. 

Montgomery — John Bowdish, Jolui Nellis. 

iVtft^-ForA^— Stephen Allen, William S. Conely, Benjamin F. Cornell, 
John H. Hunt, David R. Floyd Jones, John A. Kennedy, George S. Mann, 
Robert H. Morris, Henry NicoU, Charles O'Conor, Lorenzo B. Shepherd, 
John L. Stephens, Samuel J. Tilden, Solomon Townseud, Alexander F. 
Vache, Campbell P. White. 

Niagara — Hiram Gardner, John W. McNitt. 

Oneida — Hervey Brayton, Julius Candee, Edward Huntington, Charles 
P. Kirkland. 

Onondaga — Cyrus H. Eingsley, Bayid Munro, Elijah Rhodes, William 
Taylor. 

Ontario— VLdberi C. Nicholas, Alvah Worden. 

Orange — John W. Brown, Lewis Cuddeback, George W. Tuthill. 

Orleans — ^William Penniman. 

Oawtf^o— Sereno Clark, Orris Hart. 

Otsego — Levi S. Chatfield, Samuel Nelson, David B. St. John. 

Putnam — Gouvemeur Kemble. 

Queens — John L. Riker. 

Rensselaer — ^William H. Van Schoonhoven, Perry Warren, Abram Witbeck. 

Richmond — John T. Harrison. 

Rockland — John J. Wood. 

St. Lawrence — ^Bishop Perkins, John L. Russell, Jonah Sanford. 

Swratoga — James M. Cook, John K. Porter. 

Sckenectad'g — Daniel D. Campbell. 

Schoharie — ^William C. Bouck, John Gebhard, Jr. 

Seneca — Ansel Bascom. 

Steuben — ^Beqjamin S. Brundage, Robert Campbell, Jr., William Eeman. 

Suffolk — Churchill C. Cambreleng, Abel Huntington. * 

Sidlivan—Wimam B. Wright. 

Tioga — John J. Taylor. 

Tompkins — ^Thomas B. Sears, John Youngs. 

Ulster — James C. Forsyth, George G. Graham. 

Warren — William Hotchkiss. 

Washington — ^Albert L. Baker, Edward Dodd. 

Wayne-— Omon Archer, Horatio N. Taft. 

Westchester — John Hunter, Aaron Ward. 

Wyoming — Andrew W. Young. 

Yates — ^Eiyah Spencer. 



New- York Delegates in Continental CoNaREss.* 

Convened at Philadelphia, September 6 ; adjourned October 
26, 1774. 

John Alsop, William Floyd, Philip Livingston, 

Simon Boerum, John Haring, Isaac Low, 

James Duane, John Jay. Henry Wisner. 

1 American Archives, 4th aeries, 1., 988. 



60 REPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS — CONGRESS. 

Delegates chosen by a provincial convention, assembled at New- 
York for that purpose, April 20, 17*76.* 

John Alsop, William Floyd', Robert R. Livingston, 

Simon Boerum, John Jay, Col. Lewis Morris ,• 

George Clinton, Francis Lewis,' Col. Philip Schnyler, 

James Duane, Philip Livingston,* Henry Wisner. 

. March 29, 1777, William Duer. 

Delegates chosen by the convention of the State of NewrYork, 
to represent the state in congress. May 13, 1777.' 

James Duane, Philip Livingston, Philip Schuyler. 

William Duer, Gouvemeur Morris, 

Delegates appointed by the Legislature, October 3, 1777, The 
articles of confederation were adopted during their term. 

James Duane, Francis Lewis, (}ouvemeur Morris. 

William Duer, Philip Livingston, 



Delegates in Congress under the " Articles of Confedera- 
tion AND Perpetual XJnion." 

Adopted in Congress, November 16, 1777, and recognized by 
an act of the New- York Legislature, February 6, 1778. 

Under these articles, delegates were to be appointed annually 
by the several state Legislatures, and were liable to be recalled 
•t will ; no person could be appointed for more than three years 
in six, nor hold any other office under government for which he 
might receive fees or rewards. Delegates were paid by the states 
they represented, and no state could have less than two or more 
than seven delegates. New-York sent five, and on special occa- 
sions a sixth.* They were commissioned by the council of 
appointment. Votes in this congress were given by states, each 
being entitled to one voice. 

March 26, 1778 — Philip Schuyler (special delegate, to serve as long as 
those then in congress). 

October 16, 1778 — James Duane, William Floyd, Francis Lewis, CJouver- 
neur Morris, Philip Schuyler. 

Novemher 4, 1778 — John Jay,* chief justice (special delegate). 

October 1, 1779— James Duane, William Floyd, John Jay, Ezra L'Hom- 
medieu, John Morin Scott. 

^ Bec^nlzed by rcsolation of proyincial congress, Jane 28, 1775. (Journal New-YoriK 
Provinciid Congress, i., 5, 51.) 

* signers of the Declaration of Independence. 

* Journal of the New-York Provincial Congress, i., 981. 

* ** Articles of confederation and perpetual union," art. 5. 

* Continued by resolution of LegtshUure, of August 27, till October 15^ 17T9. 



REPBESENTATIYE OFFICEBS — CONGBBSS. 61 

October 18, 1779 — ^Philip Schuyler (in place of Jay, minister to Madrid), 
Robert R. Livingston, chancellor (special delegate till April 1). 

September 1, 1780--Jame8 Duane, William Floyd, Ezra L'Hommedien, 
Alexander McDongall, John Morin Scott, Robert R. Livingston (special 
delegate till March 1). 

October 26, 1781 — Egbert Benson, James Duane, William Floyd, Ezra 
L'Hommedieu, John Morin Scott. 

July 22, 1782 — James Duane, William Floyd, Alexander Hamilton, Ezra 
L'Hommedieu, John Morin Scott. 

February 3, 1784 — Egbert Benson, Charles De Witt, John Jay, John 
Lansing, Jr., Walter Livingston, Alexander McDougall, Ephraim Paine. 

October 26, 1784 — Egbert Benson, John Jay, John Lansing, Jr., Walter 
Livingston, Zephaniah Piatt. 

December 2, 1784 — ^Robert R. Livingston. 

March 19, 1785— John Lawrence, John Haring, Melancton Smith (ad- 
ditional). 

March 29, 1785 — ^Peter W. Yates, John Lawrence, John Haring. Zepha- 
niah Piatt, idelancton Smith. 

February 21, VJ^ — John Haring, Melancton Smith, Zephaniah Piatt, 
John Lawrence, Peter W. Yates. 

January 26, 1787 — John Haring, Melancton Smith, Abraham Yates, Jr., 
Egbert Benson, John Lansing, Jr. 

February 27? 1788— Ezra L'Hommedieu, Egbert Benson, Alexander 
Hamilton, Abraham Yates, Jr., Leonard Gansevoort. 

January 30, 1788 — Abraham Yates, Jr., David Gtelston, Philip Pell, 
John Hathom, Samuel Jones. 



CONGRESS UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. 

The revolution had no sooner subsided, and the tumults of war 
given place to the pursuits x)f peace, than sensible men began to 
perceive that the Union, under the articles of confederation, could 
not long exist amidst the conflicting sectional and local interests 
that arose among the independent states. 

A consolidated central government, with full powers to manage 
its foreign relations and regulate its common interests, was found 
wanting, to give unity and strength to its action and permanence 
to its existence. 

Commissioners were accordingly appointed by the Legislature, 
May 6, 1*786, to represent the state at a convention to take into 
consideration the trade and commerce of the United States, to 
consider how far an uniform system in their commercial intercourse 
might be necessary to their common interest and permanent har- 
mony, and to report to the several states such an act as, when 
unanimously ratified, would enable congress to provide for the 
same. This commission consisted of f^bert Benson, James Duane> 

6 



62 



BEPBESENTATIVE OFFICERS — SENATORS. 



Leonard Gansevoort, Alexander Hamilton, Robert C. Livingston 
and Robert R. Livingston. 

The convention was held at Annapolis, September 11-14, 1786, 
at Avhich Messrs. Benson and Hamilton attended, and which strong'.y 
recommended a general convention to be held in May following to 
devise a more e&cient union of the states and more ample powers 
to congress. 

In pursuance of this advice, the Legislature, on the 6th of 
March, 1787, appointed Alexander Hamilton, John Lansing, Jr., 
and Robert Yates, to represent the state in a convention, at Phila- 
delphia, for the purpose of revising the articles of confederation, 
and recommending such alterations as would render the federal 
constitution adequate to the exigencies of government and the 
preservation of the Union. 

The convention met on the second Monday in May, and on 
the l7th of September, 1787, reported the present constitution of 
the United States. Hamilton was the only delegate from New- 
York that signed this instrument. 



New- York Senators in Congress. 

The constitution of the United States provides that two senators 
shall be chosen by the Legislature of each state, who shall hold 
their office six years. At their first session, they were to be divi- 
ded into three classes, so that one-third might be chosen every 
second year ; and vacancies, that might occur in the recess of the 
Legislature of any state, are to be filled by the executive thereof 
until the next meeting of the Legislature, which shall fill such 
vacancies. 

A senator must have attained the age of thirty-five, and have 
been nine years a citizen of the United States, and must be an 
inhabitant of the state from which he is chosen. This state was 
not represented in the first session of the first congress. 



Senators. 



Philip Schuyler, .., 

Ruftu King, 

Aaron Burr, ....... 

BuftisKing, , 

John Lawrence,. . . . 
Philip Schuyler, . . . , 
John Sloes Hobart,. 



Besidonces. 



Albany, 



When Appointed. 



July 



16, 1789, 

Jamaica, 'July 1 6, 1 789, 

New- York, ! January 19, 1791 , 

Jamaica, .January 27, 1795, 

Queens county, .INovember 9, 1796, 

Albany, i January 24, 1797, 

Jjanuory 11, 1798, 



In whose Place 



Schuyler. 
fEeappolnted), 

King, 

Burr, 

Schuyler, .... 



Bemarlu. 



2 years. 
6 years. 

Resigned. * 
Resigned. 
Resigned. 
See notes 2,9 



» Appointed minister to England In May, 1796. 

* Besigned, on being appointed a Judge of the New-York district of U. S. Gout. 

> During the revolunon lived at Eaton Manor. 



BEPBESENTATIVE OFFICEBS — CONQBE88. 



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BHl.lencen. 


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lis 

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11 
11 
11 

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fleBBoleS. 


(»wlL<bGHmaB 




KaOuBfianlivd 


ole< 


llinin VanBaren,.... 

WillI.iiiI..Marey,.... 

MlaiWrtriit, Jr. 

KalkaDl P. Talloudse, 


R»lgB«).> 




gl^* 






Daniel a. Dickla^^.. 




aicmtfifi. 


WUIIam H.t>inrud,.'.. 
J^IUiamH. Seward,. . 


Autmin 

New-Tork, .... 




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RsFIlEaBKTATIVGS IN CoNGRBgS. 

The house of representatives is composed of iiicmbcra eleeted 
by dietricte, with a term of two years. The miinber lias varied 
at each deceDnial census, as shown by the following table, which 
exhibits the apportionment and relative reprCRcntation of the 
several states in congreee since the adoption of the constitution. 



body <U.' S. Con 

bill reslpipdTe 

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TerritorieB aro each represented by one delegate elected by the 
people, who has a seat in the house of representatives, with power 
to speak bnt not to vote. 

Representatives in congress must have attained the age of 
twenty-five, and been seven years citizens of the United States. 
When elected, they must reside in the state in which they are 
chosen. 

Congress meets annually on the first Monday in December, and 
at other times when required by proclamation of the president 
Members are elected on even years, and take their seats on the 
year following their election. Their terms expire on llie third 
day of March of every alternate year. 



CONQRESSIOKAL DISTRICTS. 65 



Congressional Districts. 

The state is divided by the Legislature, as soon as practicable 
after each federal census,* into congressional districts, for the elec- 
tion of representatives in congress. The following is a sjmopsis 
of these divisions from their origin : 

Congressional Districts (not numbered) — Act of January 27, 
1789. 

Kings, Queens, Eichronnd, Snffolk. Part of Albany,* Colnmbia, Clinton, Sara- 

New- York, part of Westeliester.* » toga (1791), Washington- 

Dutchess, remainder of Westchester. Bemainder of Albany, Herkimer (1791), 

Orange, Ulster, Montgomery, Ontario, Otsego (1791), 

Tioga (1791). 

Congressional Districts (not numbered) — Act of December 18 
1792. 

Kings. Qneens, Snflblk. Clinton, Rensselaer. 

New- York. Albany. 

Richmond, Westchester. Saratoga, Washington. 

Orange, Ulster. Herkimer. Montgomery, Onondaga (1794Q, 

Dutchess. Ontario, Otsego, Tioga. 

Ck>lambia. ^ 

Congressional Districts — Act of March 23, 1797. 

1. Kings, Queens, Richmond, SttfTolk. 7. Clinton, Essex (1799), Saratoga, Waah- 

2. New- York (except 7th ward). ington. 

8, 7th ward. New- York, part of Orange,* 8. Albany, Schoharie. 

Westchester. 9. Chenango (179S), Herkimer, Montgom- 

4. Delaware, remainder of Orange, Ulster. ery, Oneida (1798). 

5. Dutchess. 10. Cayuga (1799), Onondaga, Ontario, 

6. Columbia, Rensselaer. Steuben (1799), Tioga. 

Congressional Districts — Act of March 30, 1802. 

1. Qneens, Suffolk. 9. Albany. 

2. Kings, Richmond, 1st, 2d, 8d, 5th 10. Rensselaer. 

wards, New-York. 11. Clinton, Essex, Saratoga. 

& 4th, 6th, 7tb wards, New-York. 12. Washington. 

4. Rockland, Westchester. 18. Mnntgomery, Schoharie. 

6. Orange. 14. Delaware, Otsego. 

6. Dutchess. 15. Herkimer, Oneida, St. Lawrence. 

7. Greene, Ulster. 16, Chenango, Onondajra, Tioga. 

8. Columbia. 17. Cayuga, Genesee, (Ontario, Steuben. 

Congressional Districts — Act of March 20, 1804. 

1. Queens, Suffolk. 6. Datchess. 

2. 8. (Two members) Kings, New-York, 7. Greene, Ulster. 

Richmond. 8. Columbia. 

4. Rockland, Westchester. 9. Albany. 

5. Orange. 10. Rensselaer. 

> The United States constitution directs an actual enumeration of inhabitants to l>o made 
every ten years, which has been fixed at those ending with a cjrpher. (Article 1, 
section 8.) 

The constitution of New-York directs a similar census to be taken at the same intervals, 
but midway between the former. (Article 8, section 4.) 

* Excepting the towns of Salem, North Salem, Cortland, Yorktown and Stephentown. 

* That part east of Hudson river, in 1791 Rensselaer county. 

* The towns of Clarkstown, Haverttraw, Hempsted and Orangetown, the next year 

erected into Rockland county. 

•6 



66 



CONGBESSIOKAL DISTBICTfl. 



11. Clinton, Essex, Saratoga. "16. Broome (1806>, Chenango, Kadiaon 

12. Washington. /(1806), Onondaga, Tioga. 

18. Montgomery, Schoharie. 17. Allegany (1806), Oayaga, Genesee, On- 

14. Delaware, Otsego. tano, Stenben. 

15. Hertcimer, Jefferson (1805), Lewis 

(18U5), Oneida, St Lawrence. 

Congressional Districts — Act of April 8, 1808. 

1. Kings, Queens, Suffolk. 9. Montgomery, Schoharie. 

2. (Two members) New- York, Bichmond, 10. Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Law- 



Bockland. 
8. Orange, Westchester. 
4. Dutchess. 
6. Greene, Sullivan (1809), Ulster. 

6. (Two members) Columbia, Kensselaer, 

Washington. 

7. Albany, Scheneetady (1809). 

8. Clintun,' Essex, Franklin, Saratoga. 



rence. 

11. Madison, Oneida. 

12. Delaware, Otsego. 

18. Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Onon- 
daga. 

M. Cayuga, Seneca, Stenben, Tioga. 

15. Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chantanqne, 
Genesee, Niagara, Ontario. 



Congressional Districts — Act of June 10, 1812. 



1. (Two members) Kings, 1st and 2d 

wards, New-York, Queens, Bich- 
mond, Suffolk. 

2. Bemainder of New-York. 
8. Bockland, Westchester 

4. Dutchess (except Bhinebeck and Clin- 

ton), Putnam. 

5. Columbia and the two towns in Dutchess 

6. (Two members) Orange. 

7. Sullivan, Ulster. 

8. Delaware, Grei;ne. 

9. Albany. 

10. Bensselaer. 

11. Saratoga. 

12. (Two members) Clint^m, Essex, Frank- 

lin, Warren (1818), Washington. 



18. Schenectady, Schoharie. 

14 Hamilton (1816), Montgomerv. 

15. (Two members) Broome, Cuenango, 

Otsego. 

16. Oneida, part of Oswego (1816). 

17. Herkimer, Madison. 

18. Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence. 

19. Cortland, Onondaga, part of Oswego 

(1816). 

20. (Two members) Cayuga, Seneca, Sten- 

ben, Tioea, Tompkins (1817.) 
21.HTWO members) Allegany, Cattaraugus, 
Chaulauqne, Erie (1821), Genesee, 
Livingston (1821), Monroe (1821), 
Niagara, Ontario. 



Congressional Districts — Act of April 1*7, 1822. 



1. Queens, Suffolk. 

2. Kings, Bichmond, Bockland. 
8. (Three members) New-York. 

4. Putnam, Westchester. 

5. Dutchess. 

6. Orange. 

7. Sullivan, Ulster. 

8. Columbia. 

9. Bensselaer. 
10. Albany. 

.11. Delaware, Greene. 
12. Schenectady, Schoharie. 
18. Otsego. 

14. Oneida. 

15. Herkimer. 

16. HamiltoA, Montgomery. 



17. Saratoga. 

18. Washington. 

19. Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Warren. 

20. (Two members) Jefferson, Lewis, Os 

wego, St. Lawrence. 
21 Broome. Chenango. 
22. Cortland, Madison. 
28. Onondaga. 

24. Cayuga. 

25. Tioga, Tompkins. 

26. (Two members) Ontario^eneea.'Waytte 

(1828), Yates (1828). 
87. Livingston, Monroe. 
28 Allegany, Cattaraugus, ^tenben. 
?9. Genesee, Orleans (1824). 
80. Chantanqne, Erie, Niagara. 



Congressi(mal Districts — Act of June 29, 1832. 



1. Queens, Suflblk. 

2. Kings, Bichmond, Bockland. 
8. (Two members) New-Ywrk. 

4. Putnam, Westchester. 

5. Dutchess. | 

6. Orange. 

7. Sullivan, Ulster. 



8. (Two merobexs) Columbia, Greene, 

Schoharie. 

9. Bensselaer. 

10. Albany. 

11. Saratoga, Schenectady. 

12. Washm^rtkni. 

18. Clinton, Essex, Warren. 



> Divided March 9, 1821, the 21st embracing Monroe and Ontario, and the 82d the 
remainder. Each were entitled to one meml>er. 



CONORBSSIONAL DISTRICTS. 



67 



14. Franklin, St Lawrence. 

15. Fulton (1888), Hamilton, Montgomery. 

16. Herkimer. Lewis. 

17. (Two members) Oneida, Oswega 
IS. Jefferson 

19. Otsego. 

20. Broome, Delaware. 

21. Chenango. 

22. (Two members^ Chemung (1836), (3ort. 

land. Tioga, Tompkins. 
28. vTwo members) Madison, Onondaga. 



24. Cayuga. 

25. Seneca, Wayne. 

26. Ontario. 

27. Steuben, Tales. 

28. Monroe. 

29. Genesee, Wyoming (1841). 

80. Allegany, Livingston. 

81. Cattaraugus, Chlutauque. 

82. Erie. 

83 Niagara, Or'eans. 



Congressional Districts — Act of September 6, 1842. 



1. Queens, Suffolk. 

2. Kings, Bichmond. 

8. Ist^ld, 8d, 4th, Bth wards, New-York. 

4. 6th, 7th, 10th, 18th wards, New-York. 

5. 8th, 9th, 14th wards, New-York. 

6. nth, 12th, 15th, 16th, 17th wards, New- 

York. 

7. Bockland, Westchester. 

8. Dutchess, Putnam. 

9. Orange, Sullivan. 

10. Delaware, Ulster 

11. C«>lumbia, (Greene. 

12. Rensselaer. 
18. Albany. 

14. Essex, Washington. 

15. Clinton, Franknn, part of Hamilton,* 

Warren. 

16. Fulton, remainder of Hamilton, Sara- 

toga, Schenectady. 



17. Herkimer, Montgomery. 

18. Lewis, St Lawrence. 

19. Jffferson. 

20. Oneida. 

21. Ots^o, Schoharie. 

22. Broome, Chenango, Tioga. 

28. Madison, Oswego. 

24. Onondaga. 

25. Cayuga, Cortland. 

26. Chemung, Tompkins, Yates 

27. Seneca, Wayne. 
2S. Monroe. 

29. Livingston, Ontario. 

80. Allegany, Seneca. 

81. Cattaraugus, Chautauque. 

82. Erie. 

88. Genesee, Wyoming. 
84. Niagara, Orleans. 



Congressional Districts- -Act of July 10, 1851. 



1. 



2. 
8. 
4. 

5. 
6. 

7. 

8. 



Part of Kings,* Queens, Bichmond, 

Suffolk. 
City of Brooklyn.' 

1st, 2d, 8d, 6th, 8th wards, New-York. 
4th, 6th, 10th, 14th wards, New-York. 
7th, 18th wards, and Williamsburgh.^ 
11th, 15th, 17th wards, New-York. 
9lh, 16th, 20th wards, New-York. 
12th, ISth, 19th^ 20th, 2l8t and 22d 
wards, N«w-York. 
9. Putnam, Bockland, Westchester. 

10. Orange, Sullivan. 

11. Greene, Ulster. 

12. Ck>lumbia, Dutchess. 
18. Bensselaer. 

14. Albany. 

15. Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren, Washing- 

ton. 

16. Clinton, Essex, {"ranklin. 



17. Herkimer, St Lawrence. 

18. Fulton, Montgomery, Schenectady, 

Schoharie. 

19. Delaware, Otsego. 

20. Oneida. 

21. Broome, Chenango, Cortland 

22. Madison, Oswe^. 
28. Jefferson, Lewis. 

24. Onondaga. 

25. Cayuga, Wayne. 

26. ()iitano, Seneca, Yates 

27. Chemung, Schuyler, Tioga, Tompkins. 

28. Livingston, Steuben. 

29. Monroe. 

80. Allegany, Genesee, Wyoming. 

81. Niagara, Orleans. 

82. Erie. 

88. Cattaraugus Chautauque. 



1 Townships 15, 82, 7, 4, 5 and 41 of Totten and Crossfleld's purchase. 
* The cities of Brookljrn and WiUiamsburgh excepted. 



> As it existed before 1854. 

« Now the 18(fa, 14th, 15th and 16th wards of Brooklyn. 



68 REPBESENTATIYES IN GONGEBSS. 

Representatives in Conobess, 

Bt Ck>NGSBa8EB. 

[The districts are denoted by the numbers before each name. ] 

First Congress — 1*789-1791 (three sessions), March 4 to Sep- 
tember 29, 1789; January 4 to August 12, I790j Decembers, 
1790, to March 3, 1791. 

Egbert Benson, John Hathom, Petf r Silvester, 

William Floyd, John Lawrence, JeremiiA Yan Bensselaer. 

Second Congress — 1791-1793 (two sessions), October 24, 1791, 
to May 8, 1792 ; November 2, 1792, to March 3, 1793. 

Egbert Benson, Gomelios C. Schoonmaker, James Townsend,^ 

James Gordon, Peter Silvester, Thomas Tredwell.^ 

John Lawrence, 

Tliird Congress — 1793 - 1 795 (two sessions), December 2, 1 793, 
to June 9, 1794; December 5, 1796, to March 3, 1797. 

Theodoras Bailey, Silas Talbot, Philip Van Gortlandt, 

Ezekiel Gilbert, Thomas Tredwell, Peter Yan G^asbeck, 

Henry Glen, John £. Yan Alien, John Watts. 
James Gordon, 

Fourth Congress — 1795-1797 (two sessions), December 7 
1795, to June 1, 1796; December 5, 1796, to March 3, 1797. 

Theodoras Bailey, John Hathnrn, John E Yan Allen, 

William Cooper, Jonathan N. Havens, Philip Yan GorUandt, 

i^ekicl Gilbert, Edward Livingston, Gen. John Williams. 
Henry Glen, 

Fifth Congress — 1797-1799 (three sessions). May 15 to July 
10, 1797; November 3, 1797, to July 16, 1798; Decembers, 
1798, to March 3, 1799. 

5. David Brooks. 1. Jonathan K. Havens.^ 7. John K Yan Allen. 
9. James Ckxshran. 10. Hezekiah L. Hosmer. 8. Philip Yan Ck>rtlandt. 
4. Lucas Elmendorf. 2. Edward Livingston. T. John Williams. 

8. Henry Glen. 8. John Smith.* 

Sixth Congress — 1799-1801 (two sessions), December 2, 1799, 
to March 14, 1800 ; November 17, 1800, to March 3, 1801. 

6. Theodoras Bailey. 8. Henry Glen. 1. John Smith. 

6. John Bird. 2. Edward Livingston. 7. John Thompson. 

10. William Cooper. 9. Jonas Flatt 8. Philip Yan CJortlandL 

4. Lucas Elmendort ' 

Seventh Congress — 1801-1803 (two sessions), December 7, 
1801, to May 3, 1802 ; December 6, 1802, to M^rch 8, 1803. 

6. Theodoras Bailey.* 10. Thomas Morris. 8. Philip Yan Gorflandft 

6. John Bird.* 1. John Smith. 6. John P. Yan Ness.' 

4. Lucas Elmendorf. 6. Thomas Tillotson.« 8. KillianK.YanBensaelaer 

2. Samuel L. Mitchill. 7. David Thomas. 9. Benjamin Walker. 

* Tredwell was elected in place of Town- • Elected 1800, «. Yan Ness. 

send, deceased. May, 1791. • Did not attend. 

* Died before expiration of term. ^ Declared vacant, January 17, 1808, bar* 
' 1799, in place of Havens, deceased. Ing accepted an office in militia. , 

* November, 1801. 



EEPBESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 69 

Eighth Congress — 1803-1805 (two sessions), October 7, 1803, 
to March 27, 1804 ; November 6, 1804, to March 3, 1806. 

6. Isaac Bloom.* 11. Berlah Palmer. 1. John Smith.* 

7. John Cantinu.9 16. John Patterson. 12. David Thomas. 
15. Gaylord Griawold. 17. OliTer Phelps. 10. George Tibbits. 

7. Josiah Hasbrouck.* 14. Erastas Root. 4. Philip Van C^andt. 

8. Henry W. Liyingston. 1 Samuel Ryker.* 9. Killian K. Van Rensselaer 
6. Andrew McCk>rd. 18. Thomas Sammons. 6 Daniel G. Verplanck.' 

8. Samuel L. MitchiU. 2. Joshaa Sands. 

Ninth Congress — 1805-1807 (two sessions), December 2, 1850, 
to April 21, 1806; December 1, 1806, to March 3, 1807. 

6. .Tohn Blake, .Tr. 14 John RusselL 16. Uri Tracy. 

2. 8. Georfire Glinton, Jr.^ 11. Peter Sailly. 4. Philip Van Cortlandt 

17. Silas Halseyw 18. Thomas Sammons. 9. Killian K. Van Rensselaer 

8. Henry W. Livingston. 7. Martin G. Schaneman. 6. Daniel 0. Verplanck 

10. Josiah Masters 12. David Thomas. 1. Eliphalet Wicks. 
2. 8. Samuel L. MitchiU.'' 2. 8. Daniel D. Tompkins.* 15. Nathan Williama. 
2. 8. Gurd<»i S. Mnmford." 

Tenth Congress — 1807-1809 (two sessions), October 26, 1807, 
to April 25, 1808; November 7, 1808, to March 3, 1809. 

S. John Blake, Jr. 10. Josiah Masters. . 11. John Thompson. 

& 8. George Clinton, Jr. 2. 8. Gurdon S. Mnmford. 4. Philip Van Cortlandt 

7. Barent Gardenier. 1. Samuel Riker. 9. Killian K. Van Rensselaer 
17. John Harris. 14. John Russell. 6. Daniel C. Verplanck. 

16. Reuben Humphreys. 18. Peti^r Swart. 6. Nathan Wilson. n 

15. William Kirkpatrick. 12. David Thomas.^® 8. James I. Van Allen. 

Elevinth Congress — 1809-1811 (three sessions), May 22 to 
June 28, 1809 ; November 27, 1809, to May 1, 1810 ; December 
3, 1810, to March 3, 1811. 

2. Wmiam Denning *3 6. Robert LeRoy Livingston 12. Erastus R(K)t. 

4. James Emott. 14. Vincent Matthews. 1. Ebenezer Sage. 

8. Jonathan Fisk. 2 Samuel L. MilchilLi' 9. Thomas Sammons. 

5. Barent Gardenier. 2. Gurdon S. Mumford. 8. John Thompson. 

11. Thomas R. Gold. 10. John Nicholson. 18. Uri Tracy. 

6. Herman Ki^ckerbacker. 15. Peter B. Porter. 7. Killian KVanRensselaer 

Twelfth Congress — 1811-1813 (two sessions), November 4, 
1811, to July 6, 1812 ; November 2, 1812, to March 3, 1813. 

14 Daniel Avery. 6. Thomas P. Grosvenor.** 16. Peter B. Porter. 

7. Hermanus Bleecker. 6. RobtLeKoyLivingston.^ 1. Ebenezer Sage. 

5. Thomas B. Cook. 12. Arunah Metcalf. 9. Thomas Sammons. 
4. James Emott 2. Samuel If. MitchilL 10. Silas Stow. 

6. Asa Fitch. 2. William Paulding, Jr. 18. Uri Tracy. 

It. Thomas B. Gold. 8. Benjamin Pond. 8. Pierre Van Cortlandt, Jr. 

1 Died 1808. * Accepted an appointment to bench of 

* Rerigned. Supreme Court 

* In place of Cantine, June, 1808. i® Resigned February 17, 1808 ; appointed 

* In place of Smith, June, 1804. state treasurer. 

> In place ct Bloom, October 8, 1808. » Elected in place of Thomas. 

* In place ot Mitchill, U. S. senator. ^^ Resigned. Did not qualify. 

7 Cho»en senator in congress. i' June, 1810, in place of Denning 

6 October, 1804, in place of Tompkins. ^* In place of Livingston. 



70 



BEPBESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



Thirteenth Congress — 1813-1815 (three sessions), May 24 to 
August 2, 1813 ; December 6, 1813, to April 18, 1814 ; Septem- 
ber 19, 1814, to March 3, 1815. 



20. Daniel Avery. 7. 

2. Egbert Benson,* 21. 

15. John M. Bowers > 21. 

13. Alexander Boyd. 2. 

20. Oliver C. Comstock. 18. 

8. Peter Denoyelles, 1. 

15. William Dowse.* 9. 

6. Jonathan Flsk. 14. 

19. James Geddos. . 16. 

6- Thomas P. Grosvenor. 10. 



Abraham Hasbronck. 
Samuel M. Hopkins. 
Nathaniel HowelL 
William Irving.* 
Moss Kent. 
John Lefferts." 
John Lovett. 
Jacob Markell. 
Morris S. Miller. 
Hosea Moffitt. 



4. Thomas J. Oakloy. 

2. Jotham Post, Jr. 

1. Ebenezer Sage.* 

8. Samuel Sherwood. 
12. Zebalon R. Bhipherd. 
17- William 8. Smith. 

11. John W. Taylor. 
15. Joel Thompson. 
15. Isaac Williams, JrJ 

12. Elisha J. Winter. 



Fourteenth Congress — 1815-1817 (two sessions), December 4, 
1815, to April 30, 1816 ; December 1, 1816, to March 3, 181*7. 



8. John Adams.^ 6. 

12. AsaAdeate.' 16. 

20. Daniel Avery.i« 6. 
7. Samuel B. Betts. 15 

15. James BirdsalL 2. 

19. Victory Birdseye. 18. 

21. Micah Brooks. 9. 
14. Daniel Cady. 10. 
21. Archibald S. Clarke.** 12. 

20. Oliver C. Oomstock. 21. 
1. Henry Crocheron. 8. 



Jonathan Fisk.i^ 
Thomas R. Gold. 
Thomas P. Grosvenor.** 
Jabez D. Hammond. 
William Irving. 
Moss Kent. 
John Levett. 
Hosea Moffltt. 
Bei\Jamin Pond** 
Peter B. Porter *» 
Erastus Boot** 



12. John Savage. 
4. Abraham H. Schenck. 
17. William 8. Smith. 
11 John W. Taylor. 
20. Enos T. Throop.*» 

1. George Townsend. 
8. Jonathan Ward 

2. Peter H. Wendover. _ 
6. James W. Wilkm.*^ 

17. Westel Willoughby, Jr.*« 

18. John B. Tales. 



Fifteenth Congress — 1817-1819 (two sessions), December 1, 
1817, to April 20, 1818; November 16, 1818, to March 3, 
1819. 



20. Oliver C Comstock. 

20. Daniel Cruger. 
10. John P. Cushman. 
15. John B. Drake. 

21. Bei^amin Ellicott 

7. Josiah Hasbrouck. 
14. John Herkimer. 

17. Thomas H. Hubbard. 
2. William Irving. 

8. Dorrance KlrUand. 



18. Thomas Lawyer. 16. 

4. Henry B. Lee.» 4. 

18. David A Ogden. 11. 
12. John Palmer. 8. 

19. James Porter. 1. 
12. John Savage. 2. 

6. Philip J. Schuyler. 9. 

I. Tredwell Bcudder. 6. 

21. John C. Spencer. 15. 



Henry R. Storrs. 
James Tallmadge, Jr.** 
John W. Taylor. 
Caleb Tompkins. 
George Townsend. 
Peter H. Wendover. 
Rensselaer West^Ia 
James W. Wilkin. 
Isaac Williams. 



Sixteenth Congress — 1819-1821 (two sessions), December 6^ 
1819, to May 15, 1820; November 13, 1820, to March 3, 
1821. 



21. Nathan Allen. 
20. Caleb Baker. 

6. Walter Case. 
8. Robert Clarke. 

7. Jacob H. De Witt 
10. John D. Dickinson. 



14. John Fay. 16. 

18. William D. Ford. 2. 
12. Ezra C. Gross. 15. 

1. James Guyon,Jr.'o 18. 

17. Aaron Hackley, Jr. 12. 

19. George Hall. 20. 



Joseph 8. Lymaiu 
Henry Meigs. 
Robert Monell. 
Harmanus Peek. 
Nathaniel Pitcher. 
Jonathan Richmond. 



Resigned. 

Seat declared vacant In favor of Williams. 

Died. Did not attend. 

2d session. «. Benson, resigned. 

Contested by Peter A Jay. 

Contested by Bci\Jamln B. Blaydenburgh 

Succeeded Bowers, June 24, 1818 

Contested, held till December 26, 1815. 

Elected, v. Pond, deceased. 
*• Elected, September, 1816, «. Throop. 
^> Elected, June, 1816, «. Porter, resigned. 



*3 Resigned, June, 1815. 
** Died while a member of oongreas in 1617. 
** Died, June, 1815 
*> Resigned, 1st session. 
** Succeeded Adams, December 96, 1816. 
*' In place of Fisk. 

*B In place of Smith, December 11, 1816. 
** Elected, June, 1817, In place of Lee, de- 
ceased. 
^^ Succeeded Ebenezer Sage, Jan. li, 1890> 



BEPBESENTATIVES IN CONQBESS. 



71 



1. EbenezerSage.1 
16. Henry R. Storre. 

4. Sanda] S. Street 

5. James Strong. 



11. John W. Taylor. 

8. Caleb Tompkins. 

21. Albert H. T^acy. 



9. Solomon Van Benaselaer. 
2. Peter H. Wendorer. 
1. Silas Wood. 



Seventeenth Congress — 1821-1823 (two sessions), December 3, 
1821, to May 8, 1822 ; December 2, 1822, to March 3, 1823. 



6. Charles Borland, Jr.'* 
15. Samuel Campbell. 
2. ( hurchJIl C. Cambrelengr. 
1. Cadwnllader D. Coldcn.'" 

14. Alflred Conkling. 
10. John D. Dickinson. 
13 John Gebhard. 

15. James Hawkes. 

17. Thomas H. Hubbard. 

16. Joseph Kirklaud. 



19. EHshaLitcbfleld. IS. 

8. Richard McCarty. 11. 

2. John I. Morgan. 22. 

5. Walter Patterson. 6. 

8. Jeremiah H. Pierson. 9. 

12. Nathaniel Pitcher. 9. 

21. William B. Rochester. 4. 

7. Charles H. Ruggles. 12. 

1. Peter Sharpe.* 1. 

21. Eiyah Spencer. 20. 



Micah Sterling. 
John W. Tayl()r. 
Albert H. Tracy. 
Selah Tuthlll.« 
Solomon Van Rensselaer^ 
Stephen Van Rensselaer^ 
William W. Van Wyck. 
Reuben H. Walworth. 
Silas Wood. 
David Woodcock. 



Eighteenth Congress — 1823-1825 (two sessions), December 1, 
1823, to May 26, 1824 ; December 6, 1824, to March 3, 1825. 



29. Parmenio Adams.^ 
16. John W. Cady. 
8. Churchill 0. Cambreleng 

21. Lot Clarlc 
20. Ela Collins. 

6. HectcHT Craig. 
24. Rowland Day. 

22. Justin DwlnelL 
12. Lewis Eaton. 

10. Charles A. Foote. 
4. Joel Frost 
27. Moses Hayden. 



15. John Herkimer. 
9. James L. Hc^eboom. 

7. Lemuel Jenkms. 

25. Samuel Lawrence. 
23. Elisha Litchfleld. 

18. Henry C. Martindale. 

26. Dudley Marvin. 

8. John T. Morgan. 

19. John Richards. 

25. William B. Rochester." 

26. Robert R. Rose. 
8. Peter Sharpe. 



14. Henry R. Storrs. 
8. James Strong. 

17. John W. Taylor. 
20. Egbert Ten Byck. 
80. Albert H. Tracy. 

2. Jacob Tyson. 
10. Stephen Van Rensselaer. 
5. William W. Van Wyck. 

18. Isaac Williams. 

29. Isaac Wilson." •" 

1. Silas Wood. 
28. WiUiam Woods." 



Nineteenth Congress — 1825-1827 (two sessions), December 5, 
1825, to May 22, 1826 ; December 4, 1826, to March 3, 1827. 



29. Parmenio Adams. 20. 

18. WUUam G. Angel. 25. 

11. Henry Ashley. 3. 

28. Luther Badger. 24. 
8. Churchill C. Cambreleng. 9. 

12 WmiamDeit2. 16. 

20. Nicoll Fosdick. 18 

80. Daniel G. Gamsey. 26. 

6. John Uallock, Jr. 22. 

7. Abraham B. Hasbrouck 28. 
27. Moses Hayden. 26. 
15. Michael Hoffman. 19. 



Daniel Hugunin.^' 
Charles Humphrey. 
Jeromus Johnson. 
Charles Kellogg. 
William McManus. 
Henry Markell. 
Henry C. Martindale. 
Dudley Marvin. 
John Miller. 
Timothy H. Porter. 
Robert S. Rose. 
Henry H. Ross. 



2. Joshua Sands. 
14. Henry R. Storrs. 

8. James Strong. 
17. John W. Taylor. 

20. Egbert Ten Eyck.>» 

10. Stephen Van Rensselaer. 
8. Gulian C. Verplanck. 
4. Aaron Ward. 
6. Bartow White. 

21. Elias Whiiemore. 
1. SUas Wood. 



Twentieth Congress — 1827-1829 (two sessions), December 3, 
1827, to May 26, 1828; December 1, 1828, to March 3, 1829. 



27. Daniel D. Barnard, 
f. George O. Belden. 



20. Rudolph Bunner. 18. Samuel Chase. 

2. Churchill C.Cambreleng. 21. John C. Clark. 



Held till January 14, 1820. 
Elected, Dec, 1821, v. 1 nthill. deceased. 
Succeeded Sharp, December 11, 1S21. 
Contested by CoMen, who succeeded, 
December 11,1821. 
« Died, December, 1821. 
* Resigned, January 14^ 1S22. 
^ Elected, «. Solomon Van Rensseiao*, re- 
signed, March, 1822. 



• Succeeded Isaac Wilson, Dec. 80, 182.^. 

• Resigned. 1823, on being appointed a cir- 

cuit Judge. 
1' Contt-sted by Adams, who succeeded, 

December 80, 1823. 
1^ Elected, r. Rochester, December, 1828. 
" In place of Ten Eyck, December 9, 1 825. 
19 Contested by Hugunin, who succeeded, 

December 9, 1825. 



72 



BEPRE8ENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



12. John I. De Oraff. 
9. John D. Dickinson. 

28. Jonaa Earll, Jr. 

29. David E. Evans.! 
80. Daniel Q. Garnsey. 
24. Nathaniel Garrow. 

6. John Hallook, Jr. 
11. Selah B. Hobbie. 
15. Michael HoflTtnan. 

8. Jeromus Johnson. 



19. Richard Keese. 
28. John Magee. 
16. Henry Mark ell. 
18. Henry C. Martindale. 
26. Dudley Marvin. 
26. John Maynard. 

6. Thomas J. Oakley.' 
14. Henry B. Storra. 
22. John G. Slower. 

8. James Strong. 



6. Thomas Taber.» 
17. John W. Taylor. 
29. Phineas L. Tracy.* 
10. Stephen YanBensseiaer. 

8. Gnnan C. Yerplanck. 

4. Aaron Ward. 

2. John J. Wood. 

1. Silas Wood. 
95. David Woodcock. 
20. Silas Wright, Jr. 



Twenty-First Congress — 1829-1831 (two sessions), December 
3, 1829, to May 31, 1830; December 6, 1830, to March 3, 1831. 



18. William G. Angel. 
16. Benedict Arnold. 
22. Thomas Beekman. 

5. Abraham Bockee. 
12. Peter J. Borst. 

8. Ghnrchill C.Cambreleng. 
27. Timothy Childs. 

4. Henry B. Cowles. 

6. Hector Craig.* 

2. Jacob Crocheron. 

7. Charles G. De Witt. 

9. John D. Dickinson. 



6. Samnel W. Eager.* 
28. Jonas Earll, Jr. 

19. Isaac Finch. 

20. George Fisher.^ 
26. Jehiel H. Halsey. 
20. Joseph Hawkins. 
15. Michael Hoflhian. 
11. Perkins King. 

1. James Lent. 
28. John Magee. 
18. Henry C Martindale. 
25. Thomas Maxwell. 



21. Robert Monell. 
80. Ebenezcr F. Norton. 
24. Gershom Powers. 
20. Jonah Sanford.* 
10. Ambrose Spenoer. 
14. Henry R. Siorrs. 

8. James Strong. 
17. John W. Taylor. 
29. Phineaa L. Tracy. 

8. Gulian 0. Verplanok. 

8. CampbeU P. White. 
20. Silas WrighU* 



Twenty-Second Congress — 1831-1833 (two sessioDs), December 
5, 1831, to July 16, 1832 ; December 3, 1832, to March 3, 1833. 



18. William G. Angel. 
26: William Babcock. 
26. Gamaliel H. Barstow. 
14. Samnel Beardsley. 
2. John T. Bereen. 
12. Joseph Bouck. 
. 7. John C. Broadhead. 
18. Chnn^hill C Cambreleng. 
21. John A. Collier. 
80. Bates Cook. 
20. Charles Dayan. 
26. John Dickson. 



24. Ulysses F. Donbleday. 
15. Michael Hoffman. 
19. William Hogan. 
28. Freeborn G. Jewett. 

8. John King. 

10. Gerrit T. I^msintr. 
1. James Lent, Jr.«> 
6. Samnel J. Wilkin. 
5. Edmnnd H. Pendleton. 

18. Nathaniel Pitcher. 

9. Job Pierson. 



22. Edward C Beed. 
11. ErastnsBoot 

16. Nathan Sonle. 

17. John W. Taylor. 
29. Phineas L. Tracy. 

8. Galian C. Yerplanck. 

4. Aaron Ward. 
20. Daniel Wardwell. 
2S. Gratton H. WheHer. 

8. Campbell P. White. 
27. Frederick Whtttteeey 



Twenty-Third Congress — 1833-1835 (two sessions), December 
2, 1833, to June 30, 1834 ; December 1, 1834, to March 3, 1836. 



8. John Adams. 
17. Samnel Beardsley. 

5. Abraham Bockee. 

7. Charles Bodle. 

6. .John W. Brown. 

8. Churchill 0. Cambreleng. 

25. Samuel Clark. 
11. John Cramer. 
24. Rowland Day. 

26. John Dickson. 

8. Charles G. Fcrris.>i 



82. Millard Fillmore. 

80. Philo C. Fuller. 
28. William K. Fuller. 
14. Ransom H. Gillett. 
92. Nicoll Halsev. 

88. Gideon Hard. 

22. Samuel G. Hathaway. 

81. Aimer Hazeltine. 
27. Edward Howell. 

1. Abel Huntington. 
20. Noadiah Johnson. 



10. Gerrit Y. Lansing. 
8. ComeliusW Lawrence.'* 
29. George W. Lay. 

15. Charles McYean. 

16. Ab^ah Mann, Jr. 

12. Henry C. Martindale. 
21. Henry Mitchell. 

8. John J. Morgan.!' 
19. Sherman Page. 

9. Job Piersoo. 

8. Dudley Selden.>« 



Resigned. 

Resigned, May 9, 1828, having accepted 
ttie oflSce of judee. 

Resigned, February 16, 1829. 

Elected in place of Evans, Nov., 1827. 

Resigned, July 12. 1S80. 

Elected, v, Craig, November. 1880. 

Contested by Silas Wright, who succeed- 
ed, December 15, 1829, bat declined 
taking his seat 



■ Elected, r. Wright, March 9, 18«ft. 

* In place of Fisher, December 15, 1829. 

10 Died at Washington, February 82, 1888. 

i> Elected in place of Selden. 

13 Resigned, May 14, 1884. 

IS Elected in place of Lawrence. 

>« Resigned, September 6, 1884. 



BKPBE8ENTATIVES IN CONOBB8S. 



75 



28. WnUam Taylor. 
17. Joel Tnrrlll. 
8. Aanm yandeq;>oel. 



8. laaao B. Van Houten. 
4. Aaron Ward. 
18. Daniel Wardwell. 



18. Beaben WhaUon. 
8. Campbell P. White. 
S8. Frederick WhiUlesey. 



Twenty-Fourth Congress — 1 8 3 6 -1 8 3 7 (two sessions), December 
V, 1835, to July 4, 1836 ; December 5, 1836, to March 3, 1837. 



2. Samuel Barton. 

17. Samne! Beardslej*' 

5. Abraham Bockee. 
l.\ Matthias J. Boree. 

6. John W. Brown. 

8. ChnrdiUl G.Gambreleng. 
25. Graham H. Chapin. 

23. Timothy GhUds. 
11. John Ckamer. 

24. Ulysses F. Donbleday. 
8. Valentine Efli«r. 

18. Dudley Farlin. 
80. PhUo G. Fuller.' 
23. WiUiam K. Fuller. 
14. Bansom H. Gillett 



26. Francis Granger. 
88. Gideon Hard. 

81. Abner Haseltine. 
9. Hiram P. Hunt. 
1. Abel Huntington. 

10. Gerrit Y. Lansing. 
29. George W. Lay. 
8. Gideon Lee.' 

27. Joshua Lee. 

22. Stephen B. Leonard. 
8. JohnMcKeon. 

82. Thomas G. Lore. 
16. Abilah Mann, Jr. 
21. WiUiam Mason. 



17. Butger B. Miller.* 
8. Eli Moore. 

19. Sherman Page. 
22. Joec-ph Beynolds. 
12 David Bussell. 

20. WiUiam Seymour. 

7. Nicholas Sickles. 
28. WilUam Taylor. 

17. Joel Turrill. 

8. Aaron Vanderpoel. 
4. Aaron Ward. 

18. Daniel Wardwell. 

8. GampbeU P. White.* 
80. John Young.* 



Twenty-Fifth Congress — 1837-1839 (three sessioDs), Septem- 
ber 4 to October 16, 1837 ; December 4, 1837, to July 9, 1838 ; 
December 3, 1838, to March 3, 1839. 



27. John T. Andrews. 

22. Gyrus Be^rs.^ 

23. Bennett BiekneU. 
25. Samuel BirdsalL 

7. John G. Bmadhead. 
18. Isaac H. Bronson 

22 Andrew D. W. Bruyn * 

8. GhurchiUG. Gambreleng. 

28. Timothy Ghilds. 
21. John G. Glark. 

8. Edward Curtis. 
11. John L De Graff. 
15. John Edward. 
82. MUlard FUlmore. 
17. Henry A. Foster. 



10. Albert Gallup. 

17. Abraham P. Grant. 

22. Hiram Gray. 

8. (^enHoAnan. 

1. Thomas B. Jackson. 

6. Nathaniel Jones. 

4. Gouverneur Komble. 

8. Gideon Lee. 
16. Arphaxed Loomis. 

8. Bobert McGleUan. 
81. Richard P. Marvin. 
88. Gharles F. MitchelL 

8. Eli Moore. 
24. WUUam H. Noble. 



18. John Palmer. 

20. Amaaa J. Partcer. 
29. WiUiam Patterson.* 
80. Luther C. Peck. 

8. Zadock Pratt. 

19. John H. Prentiss. 
29. Harvey Putnam.* 
12. David RusseU. 

21. Mark H. Sibley. 
14. James B. Spencer. 
28. William Taylor. 

5. Obadiah Titus. 

9. Henry Vail. 

2. Abraham Vanderveer. 



Twenty-Sixth Congress — 1839-1841 (two sessions), December 
2, 1839, to July 21, 1840; December 7, 1840, to March 3, 1841. 



20. Jndaon Allen. 

10. Daniel D. Barnard. 

17. David P. Btewster. 

11. Anson Brown." 

18. Thomas C. Chittenden. 
21 John G. Clark. 

8. Edward Curtis. 
22. Amasa Dana. 
11. Nicholas B. Doe.t* 
10. Andrew W. Doig. 
28. Nehemiah H. EarU. 

8. John Ely. 
82. Millard FiUmore. 
14. John Fine. 



17. John G. Floyd. 
29. Seth M. Gates. 

26. Francis Granger. 
8. Moses H. GrinneU. 

18. Augustus G. Hand. 

8. Offden Hoftnan. 

9. Hiram P. Hunt 

1. Thomas B. Jackson. 

5. Gharles Johnston. 

6. Nathaniel Jones. 

4. Gouverneur Kemble. 
28. Thomas KempshaU. 
22. Stephen B. Leonard. 

27. Meredith Mallory. 



81. Richard P. Marvin. 
83. Gharles F. Mitchell. 
2. James D. L. Montanya. 

24. Christopher Morgan. 
8. James Sfunroe. 

7. RuAisPalen. 
80. Luther C. Peck. 
19. John H. Prentiss. 
28. Edward Rogers. 
12. David RusseU. 

25. Theron R. Strong. 

8. Aaron Vanderpoel. 
15. Peter J. Wagner. 



> Resigned, March 29, 1886. 
9 Resigned, Sept(>mber 2, 1886. 

* In place of white, resigned. 

* In place of Beardsley, r<*8igned. 

* Resigned, October 2, 18%^. 

* In place of Fuller. r«.signcd. 



^ Elected, 188S, in place of Bruyn, deceased. 

■ Died. 

* Elected. 1888, in place of Patterson, dc- 

ceased. 
>* Elected in place of Brovn, deceased. 



74 



BEPBESENTATIYE8 IN CONOSS8S. 



Twenty- Seventh Congress — 1841—1843 (three aeaaioiiB), May 
31 to September 13, 1841; December 6, 1841, to Anguist 31, 
1842 ; December 5, 1842, to March 3, 1843. 



S8. Alfred Babooek. 
10. Daniel D. Baraard. 
SS. Yict(M7 Birdseye. 

12. Bernard Blair. 
19. Snmacl 8. Bowne. 
17. DaTid P. Brewster. 
2d. Timothy Cbnds. 

13. Thomas C. Chittenden. 
21. John a Clark. 

81. Staley N. Clarke. 

6. James O. Clinton. 

5. Richard D. Daria. 
16 Andrew W. Doig. 

2. Joseph Egbert. 



8. Cbarlea G. Fi-rris. 
82. Millard Pilhnore. 

1. Charles A. Floyd. 
17. John O. Floyd. 
23. A. Lawrence Foster. 
29. Seth M. Gales. 
20. Samnd Gordon. 
26. Francis Granger.* 
26. John Greig.* 

8. Jacob HoQck, Jr. 

9. Hiram P. Hont. 
11. Archibald L. Linn. 

8. Boberi MoClellan. 
8. John McKeoo. 



25. John liaynard. 

24. rhrifltopher Morgan. 

WiUiamM. Oliver. 

Samvel Partridge. 



27. 
22. 
22. 

8. 
16. 
18. 

7. 



Lewis Bins. 
James J. Koosevdl. 



John Sanford. 
Thomas A. Tomlinson. 
John Yan Boren. 
14. Henry Yan Rensselaer. 
4. Aaron Ward. 
8. Fernando Wood* 
80. John Young. 



Twenty-Eighth Congress — 1843-1845 (two sessions), December 
4, 1843, to June 17, 1844 ; December 2, 1844, to March 3, 1845. 



7. Joseph H. Anderson. 
18. Daniel D. Barnard. 
80. Samnel Beardsley.' 
17. Charles Benton. 

28. LeTi D. Carpenter.* 
21. Jeremiah E. Carey. 

29. Charles H. CarroiL 
9. James G. Clinton. 

26. AmaaaDana. 

8. Richard D. Davia. 
16. Chesselden £llis. 

6. Hamilton Fish. 



17. Bryam Green. 

80. WiUiam T. Hobbell. 
19. Onrille Hnngerford. 
84. Washington Hunt. 

18. Preston King. 

5. Moses G. Leonard. 

4. William B. Maday. 
82. William A. Moseley. 

2. Henry C. Murphy. 
28. Thomas J. Patterson. 

8. J. Phillips Phoenix. 
11. Zadock Pratt. 



22. Smith M. Pmrdy. 
25. Gecnrge Rathbnn. 
28. Onrille Robinson. 

14. Charles Rogers. 
IQ. Jeremiah Rosedl. 
12 Darid L. Seymour. 
88. Albert Smith. 

15. Lomnel Stetson. 
1. Selah B. Strong. 

81. Asber Taylor. 
24. Horace WheabML 



Twenty-Ninth Congress — 1846-1847 (two sessions), December 
1, 1845, to Aagnst 10, 1846 ; December 7, 1846, to March 3, 
1847. 



' 7. Joseph H. Anderson. 
17. Charles 8. Benton. 
6. William W. Campbell. 
89. Charles H. CarroU. 

11. John F. Collin. 
14. Erastns D. Colyer. 
26. Samuel 8. Ellsworth. 
21. Charles Goodyear. 
10. Samnel Gk>rdon. 

80. Martin Grorer. 

12. Richard P. Herrick.^ 
28. EUas B. Hohnes. 



28. William J. Hnngh. 

19. Orrille Hangerford. 
84. Washington Hunt. 

20. Timothy Jenkins. 
18. Preston King. 

1. John W. Lawrence. 

81. Abner Lewis. 

4. William B. Maday. 

8. WDliam S. MiUor. 

82. William A Moseley. 
27. John De MotU 

9. Archibald a Niyen. 



25. €leorge Kathibon. 
12. Thomas C Ripley.* 

15. Joseph Bnsn^ 

2. Hairy I. BeaoMB. 
88. Albert Smith. 
22. Stephen Strong. 
24. Horace Wbeaton. 

16. Hugh White. 

18. Bradfo^ B. Wood. 
5. Thomas M. Woodmff. 
8. WUlinm W. Woodmft 



Thirtieth Congress — 1847-1849 (two sessions), December 6, 
1847, to Aiigast 14, 1848; December 4, 1848, to March 3, 1849. 



22. Ansbom BirdsalL 
27. Esbon Blackmar.^ 
18. William Collins. 



25. Hermon 8. Conger. 
28 WiUiam Dner. 
24. Daniel Gott. 



6. Horace Gredej.* 
82. Nathaniel K. HaU. 
27. John M. Holley.* 



Resigned, March 17, 1841. 
Resigned, September 25, 1841. 
Resigned, May 24, 1844. 
Elected, NoTemb«r, 1844» tn the place of 

Beardsley. 
Died, Jane 20, 1966. 
Elected, November, 1846, in place of Her- 

riek, deoeaaed. 



In place of Holley, deceased. 

Elected, Norember, 1848, tn |»lMe of 

Jackson, whose seat was de^ared 

vacant in flfst session. 
Died at JacksonyOle, Fl., Marah 8, 1848. 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



76 



S& EUasB-HobiiM. 81 

M. Washiiifffon Hant. 19. 

6. David 8. Jaektoo.i 8. 

20. Timothy Jenkins. 7. 

14. Orlando Kellogg. 8. 

15. Sidney Lawrmee. 17 
26. William T. Lawrence^ 88. 

1. Froderiek W. Lord. 12. 

4. William B. MacUy. 2d. 



Dudley Marrin. 
'Toeepb Mollin. 
Henry O. Murphy. 
William Nelson. 
Henry Nicoll. 
George P^rie. 
Harvey Putnam. 
Gideon Reynolds. 
Robert L. Rose. 



80. David Bamsay, Jr. 
9. Daniel B. St John. 

10. Eliakim Sherriil. 

11. Peter H Silvester. 
18. John I Slingerland. 

21. George A. Starkweather. 

5. Frederiek A. Tallmadge. 

8. Cornelius Warren. 
16. Hugh White. 



Thirty-First Congresss — 1849-1851 (two sessions), December 
3, 1849, to September 30, 1860 ; December 2, 1850, to March 3, 
1851. 



17. Henry p. Alexander. 
14. George R. Andrews. 
22. Henry Bennett. 

2. David A. Bokee. 

&. George Briffgs. 

^ James Brooks. 

8. Lorenzo Burrows. 
19. rbarlesE. Clarke. 
25. Harrooa S. Conger. 
2.3. WilDamDuer. 
24. Danid GoCt. 
10. Herman D. Gould. 



8. Ransmn Halloway. 
26. William T. Jackson. 

1. John A. King. 
18. Preston King. 

9. Thomas McKiasock. 
20. Chrsamns B. Mattes(ni. 

7. WiUiam Nelson. 

8. J. Phillips Phoenix. 
88. Harvey Putnam. 

12 Gideon Reynolds. 
81. EUJah Risley. 



29. Robert L. Rose. 
80. David Rumsey« Jr. 

27. William A. Sackett. 

28. Abr'mM Schermvrhom. 
18. John L. Schoolcraft. 

11. Peter H. Silvester. 
82. Elbridge G Spaulding. 
16. John B. Thurman. 
4. Walter UnderhiU. 
21. Hiram Walden. 
16. Hugh White. 



Thirty- Second Congress — 1851-1853 (two sessions), December 
1, 1851, to Atigust 31, 1852 ; December 6, 1852, to March 2, 1863. 



28. Leander Babeoefc. 
22. Henry Bennett. 
2. Obadiah Bowne. 
14. John H. Boyd. 

5. George Briffgs. 

6. James Brooks. 

17. Alexander H. Bnell.* 
84. IxHrenzo Burrows. 

8. Gilbert Dean. 

1. John G. Floyd. 

8. Emann^B. Hart. 
88. AngnsttM P. Hascall. 



82. Solomon G. Haven. 
4. J. H. Hobart Haws. 
29. Jerediah Horsford. 
25. Thomas T. How, Jr. 

19. Willard Ives. 

20. Timothy Jenkins. 
24. Daniel T.Joms. 
18. Preston King. 

81. Frederick S. Martin. 
9. William Murray. 
80. Reuben Bobie. 



15. Joseph Bassell. 

27. William A. Sackett. 

28. Abr*m M. Sehermerhom. 
18. John L. Schoolcraft. 

10. Marius Schoonmaker. 
12. David L. Seymour. 
21. William W. Snow. 

7. Abraham P. Stephens. 

11. Josiah Sutherland. 
26. Henry S. Walbridge. 

16. John Wells. 



Thirty-Third Congress — 1853-1855 (two sessions), December 
5, 1853, to August 7, 1854 ; December 4, 1854, to March 3, 1856. 



21. Henry Bena^t 
29. Azariah Boody * 
29. Davis Carpenter.* 
19. George W. Cliase. 

2. Thomas W. Gumming. 

8. Francis B. GutUng. 
12. GiH>ert Dean.* 
8:) Benben B. Fenton. 

81. Thomas T. Flagler. 

22. Henry 0. Goodwin.* 
28. €^eoige Hastings. 

82. BokHBOB G. Haven. 



15. Charles Hughes. 18. 

24. Daniel T. Jones. 18. 
28. Caleb Lyon, of Lyonsdale. 16. 
20. Chrsamus B. Matteson. 22. 

1. James Maurice. 27. 

25. Edwin B. Morgan. 12. 
10. William Murray. 6. 

26. Andrew Oliver. 8. 
9. Jared Y. Peck. 7. 

14. Ruftis W. Peckham. 4. 

17. Bishop Perkins 11. 

80. Benjamin Pringlo. 6. 



Peter Rowe. 
Ruasell Sage. 
George A. Simmons. 
GerrU Smith.* 
John J. Taylor. 
James Tellar.* 
William M. Tweed. 
Hiram Walbridge. 
WUUam A. Walker. 
Mike Walsh. 
Theodorio R Westbrook. 
John Wheeler. 



> Contested by James Monroe; seat de- 
dared vacant, April 19, 1848. 
« Died, January 80« 1S58. 

* Resigned, October 18, 1858. 

* Steeled, 1858, in place ofBoody, resigned. 



* Resigned, July 8, 1854. 

* Elected, v. Smith, resigned, Nov., 1854. 
V Resigned, August 7, 1854. 

* Elected, V. D^m, resigned, Nov., 1864. 



76 



BEPBE!SENTATiyE8 IN CONGBESS. 



Thirty-Fourth Congress — 1866-1867 (three sessions), Decem- 
ber 3, 1855, to August 18, 1856 ; August 2 to August 30, 1856 ; 
December 1, 1856, to March 3, 1867. 



21. Henry Bennett. 
7. Thomas Cbilds, Jr. 
9. Bayard Clark. 

14. Samuel Dickson. 

15. Edward Dodd. 

83. Francis 8. Edwards, i 

81. Thomas T. Flagler. 
2S8. William A. Q Ibert 1 
tr4. Amos P. Granj^er. 

82. Solomon 6. Haven. 
IS. Thomas B. Horton 



19. Jooas A. Hnghflton. 
4. tlohn Kelly. 

28. WiUiam H. Kelsey. 

11. BuftaaH. King. 

22. Andrew Z. McOarty. 

20. Orsamns B. Matteson. 

12. Kinian Niiller. 

20. Edwin B. Morgan. 
10. Ambrose 8. Murray. 

26. Andrew Olirer. 

27. John M. Parker. 



8. Ony B. Pelton. 
80. Bei\)amin Pringle. 
18. Bussell Sage. 

16. George A. Simmons. 

17. Francis E. Spinner. 

2. James 8. T. Btranaban* 
1. WiUiam W. Talk. 
8. Abraham Wakeman. 
6. John Wheeler. 
5. Thomas B. Whitney. 
29. John Williams. 



Representattves in Congress.* 

Alphabbtioal Lst. 

The residences of members of congress have not been made a 
subject of record ; and, in the absence of official data, momoranda 
incidentally made in the secretary's office, information derived 
from the journals of the day, from biographical sketches and from 
personal recollections, have been substituted in the following table. 
As the period embraced extends over two-thirds of a century, 
errors may have occurred in the preparation of this column. The 
author will feel greatly indebted for any corrections that may be 
suggested. When not elected for a full term, or when the office 
became vacant from any cause, a star is placed before the number 
denoting the congress, and the reason may be learned by referring 
back to the notes in the list of members '^ By Congresses.^ 



Names. 



Adams, John, 

Adams, John, 

Adams, Parmcnio, . . . . 
Adams, Parmenio, . . , 

Adgate, Asa, 

Alexander, Henry P.,. 

Allen, Jndson, 

Allen, Nathan, 

Anderson, Joseph H.,, 
Anderson, Joseph H.,. 
Andrews, George R.,. 
Andrews, John T.,. . . . 

Angel, William G.,. . . . 

Angel, William G...... 

Angel, William G., .. 

Arnold, Benedict, 

Ashley, Henry, 



Residences. 



Durham, Greene county, . . . . 
Durham, Greene county,.... 
Batavia, Genesee county, . . • • 
Batavia, Genesee county, . . . . 
Chesterfield, Essex county, . . . 
Little Falls, Herkimer co.,. • 
Harpersville, Broome co.,... 



White Plains, Westchester co., 
White Plains, Westchester co., 
Ticonderoga, Essex county,. . 

Bath, Steuben county 

Schuyler's Lake, Otsego co., . 
Schuyler's Lake, Otsego co.,. 
Schuyler's Lake, Otsego co.,. 
Amsterdam, Montgomery co.. 



Cong. 



♦14 

28 
«18 

19 
*14 

81 

26 

16 

28 

29 

81 

25 

19 

21 

22 

21 

19 I 



DIstrfct 



8 

8 

29 

29 

12 

17 

2D 

21 

7 

7 

14 
27 
18 
18 
18 
16 
11 



' Jie§fgaed, Feb £7, 16ft7. > For a list of represenUttves In 86U1 Oongreas, sm AppeiMliy 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONQRBSS. 



77 



Kainet. 


Bealdeneee. 


Cong. 


Diatrifll. 


Av<»rv Daniel. 


Scipio, Cayuga county 

Scipio, Cayuga county 

Scipio, Cayuga county 

Albion, Orleans county, 

Oswego, Oswego county, ... 
Penn Yan, Tates county, .... 
Manlius, Onondaga county, . . 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, . . . 
Rochester, Monroe county,.. 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county 

Albany, Albany county, 

Nichols, Tioga county, 

Tompkinsville, Riclimond co., 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Peterboro', Madison county,. 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, . . . 
Monticello, Sullivan county,. . 
New Berlin. Chenango co.,. . 

New Berlin, Chenango co 

New Berlin, Chenango co.,. . . 
New Berlin, Chenango co.,. . . 
Red Hook, Dutchess county,. 
Red Hook, Dutchess coanty, . 
New- York •. 


12 

18 

*14 

27 

82 

22 

19 

8 

4 

6 

*7 

16 

20 

26 

27 

28 

22 

24 

22 

28 

*24 

*28 

21 

♦25 

20 

81 

82 

88 

84 

1 

2 

♦18 

28 

29 

22 

14 

25 

6 

7 

80 
14 
25 
14 
27 
*80 
27 
9 
10 
12 
*8 
21 


14 


Avery, Daniel, 

4 v*»rv Daniel ..... 


20 
20 


Babcock, Alfred 

Babcock, Leander, 

Babcock, William 

Badcrer LiUther 


88 
28 
26 
23 


Bailey, Theodoras 

Bailey, Theodoras, 

Bailey, Theodoras, 

Bailey, Theodoras, 

Bakpr Caleb 


5 

5 

20 


Barnard, Daniel D., 

Barnard, Daniel D., 

Barnard, Daniel D., 

Barnard, Daniel D., 

Barstow, Gamaliel H., 

Burirm Samuel. , * ^ . . . . • •^ - 


27 
10 
10 
18 
25 

Q 


Beardsley, Samuel 

Beardsley, Samuel, 

Beardsley, Samoel, 

Beardaley, Samuel, 

Beelunan, Thomas, 

Beers Cvras 


14 
17 
17 
20 
22 
22 


Belden Georore 


7 


Bennett. H^irv. • . • 


22 


Bennett Henrv 


22 


BMifiett Henry. ••• 


20 


Bennett Henry 


21 


Benson. Bffbert. •••.««*••. 




Benson. Eflbert* 




Bttison. Bffbert. ••••••.••• 


2 


Benton, Charles S. 

Benton, Charles S. 

Bemen. John T 


Mohawk, Herkimer county,. . 
Mohawk, Herkimer county, . . 

Brooklyn, Kings county 

Newburgh, Orange county, . . 
Morrisville, Madison county, . 
Troy, Rensselaer county,.... 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Binghamton, Broome coanty, . 
Norwich, Chenango county,. . 
Waterloo, Seneca county, .... 
Pompey, Onondaga county,. . 
Pompey, Onondaga county, . . 

Newark, Wayne county, 

Salem, Washington county,.. 

Montgomery, Orange co. 

Montgomery, Orange co...... 

Albany, Albany county, 

Red Hook, Dutchess county, . 
Federal Store, Dutchess co.,. 


17 

17 

2 


Betts. Samuel R 


7 


Bicknell. Bennot 


28 


Bird, John, 

Bird. John 


6 
6 


Birdsall, Aosburn, 

Birdsall. James. 


22 

15 


Birdsall. Samuel 


25 


Birdseye, Victory, 

Bhrdseye, Victory, 

Blackmar, Esbon,. 

Blair. Bernard 


19 
28 
27 
12 


Blake. John. Jr.. 


5 


Blake. John. Jr 


5 


Bleecker, Hermanus, 

Bloom, Isaac, 

Bookee, Abraham, 


7 
6 
5 



78 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



Names. 



Bockee, Abraham, 

Bockee, Abraham, 

Bodlo, Charles, 

Bokee, Dayid A... 

Boody, Azariah, 

Borland, Charles, Jr., 

Borst, Peter I., 

Bouck, Joseph, 

Bovee, Matthias J., 

Bowers, John M.,. 

Bowne, Obadiah 

Bowne, Samuel S., 

Boyd, Alexander, 

Boyd, John H., • . 

Brewster, David P., 

Brewster, David P., 

Briggs, George, 

Briggs, George, 

Brodhead, John C, 

Brodhead, John C, 

Bronson, Isaac H., 

Brooks, David, 

Brooks, James, .... 

Brooks, James, 

Brooks, Micah, 

Brown, Anson, 

Brown, John W., 

Brown, John W., 

Bniyn, Andrew D. W...... 

Buell, Alexander H., 

Banner, Rudolph, 

Burrows, Lorenzo, 

Burrows, Lorenzo 

Cady, Daniel, 

Cady, John W. 

Cambreleng, Churchill C, . 
Cambreleng, Churchill C, . 
Cambreleng, Churchill C, . 
Cambreleng, Churchill C, . 
Cambreleng, Churchill C, . 
Cambreleng, Churchill C, . 
Cambreleng, Churchill C, . 
Cambreleng, Churchill C, . 
Cambrelong, Churchill C, . 

Campbell, Samuel, 

Campbell, William W., 

Cantine, John, 

Carey, Jeremiah E., 

Carpenter, Davis, 

Carpenter, Levi D., 

Carroll, Charles H., 



Bealdeneefl. 



Federal Store, Dutchess co., . 
Federal Store, Dutchess co.,. 
Bloomingburgh, Sullivan co., . 
Brooklyn, Kings county,. . . . 
Rochester, Monroe county, . . 
Montgomery, Orange county, . 
Middleburgh, Schoharie co.,. 
Middleburgh, Schoharie co., . 
Amsterdam, Montgomery co., 
Cooperstown, Otsego county,. 
Stapletou, Richmond county,. 
Cooperstown, Otsego county,. 
Middleburgh, Schoharie co.,. 
Whitehall, Washington co.,.. 

Oswego, Oswego county, 

Oswego, Oswego county, . ... 

New-York, . . 

New-York, 

Modena, Ulster county, 

Modena, Ulster county, 

Watertown, Jefferson county,. 

New- York, 

New-York, 

New- York, 

, Ontario county, 

Ballstou Spa, Saratoga co., . . 
Newburgh, Orange county, . . 
Newburgh, Orange county, . . 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, . . . 
Fairfield, Herkimer county,.. 
Oswego, Oswego county, .... 

Albion, Orleans county, 

Albion, Orleans county, 

Johnstown (then)Montg'yco., 
Johnstown (then) Montg'y co.. 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New-York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New-York, 

New- York, • • • • 

New-York, 

New-York, 

Columbus, Chenango county, . 

New- York, ...,.., 

■, Ulster county. 



Cherry Valley, Otsego county, 
Brockport, Monroe county, . . 

, Monroe county, 

Groveland Centre, Liv. co., . . 



Cong. 



23 
24 
. 23 
31 
*83 
♦17 
21 
22 
24 
*13 
82 
27 
18 
82 
26 
27 
31 
82 
22 
25 
25 
6 
81 
82 
14 
♦26 
23 
24 
*26 
♦32 
20 
81 
32 
14 
18 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
17 
29 
*8 
28 
♦83 
♦28 
29 



District 

5 

5 

7 

2 
ii9 

6 
12 
12 
15 
15 

2 
19 
13 
14 
17 

1 

5 

5 

7 

7 
18 

5 

6 

6 
21 
11 

6 

6 
22 
17 
20 
84 
84 
14 
16 

2 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 
16 

6 

7 
21 
29 
28 
29 



SEPBESENTATIVES IN CONQRESS. 



79 



Names. 



Case, Walter, 

ChapiD, Graham H., . . . . . 

Chase, George W., 

Chase, Samuel, 

Childs, Thomas, Jr., 

Childs, Timothy, 

Childs, Timothy, 

ChUds, Tunothy, 

Childs, Timothy, 

ChitteDdeo, Thomas C.,. . • . 
Chittenden, Thomas C, . . . . 

Clark, Bayard, 

Clark, JohnC, 

Clark, John C, 

Clark, JohnC, 

Clark, John C, 

Clark, Lot, 

Clark, Robert, 

Clark, Samuel, 

Clarke, Archibald S., 

Clarke, Charles £., 

Clarke, Staley N., 

Clinton, George, Jr., 

Clinton, George, Jr., 

Clinton, James G., 

Clinton, James G., 

Cochran, James, 4 . 

Colden, Cadwallader D., . • . 

Collier, John A., 

Collin, John F., 

Collins, Ela, 

Collins, WiUiam, 

Comstock, OliFer C, 

Comstock, Oliver C, 

Comstock, OliFer C, 

Conger, Harmon S., 

Conger, Harmon S., 

Conkling, Alfred, 

Cook, Bates, 

Cook, Thomas B. 

Cooper, William, 

Cooper, William, 

Cowlcs, Henry B., 

Oraig, Hector, 

Graig, Hector, 

Cramer, John, 

Cramer, John, 

Crocheron, Henry, 

Crocheron, Jacob, 

Cmger, Baniel, 

Cnlyer, Erastua D., 



S«8idencet. 



»• 



Newburgh, Orange county, . . 

Lyons, Wayne county, 

Scheoevas, Otsego county, . . . 
Cooperstown, Otsego county, . 

New- York 

Rochester, Monroe county, . . 
Rochester, Monroe county, . . 
Rochester, Monroe county, . . 
Rochester, Monroe county, . . 
Adams, Jefferson county,. . . . 
Adams, Jefferson county, .... 

New- York, 

Bainbridge, Chenango county, 
Bainbridge, Chenango county, 
Bainbridge, Chenango county^ 
Bainbridge, Chenango county, 
Norwich, Chenango county,. . 



Waterloo, Seneca county,. . . . 
Ellicottville, Cattaraugus co.,. 
Great Bend, Jefferson county, 
EUicottville, Cattaraugus co 

New-York, 

New-York, 

Newburgh, Orange county, . 
Newburgh, Orange county, . 
Caniyoharie, Montgomery co 

New-York, 

Chenango Point, Broome co., 
Hillsdale, Columbia county, . 
Lowville, Lewis county, .... 
Lowville, Lewis county, r 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, , 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, 
Ithaca, Tompkins county,. . . 
Cortland, Cortland county,. . 
CorUand, Cortland county, . . 
Canajoharie, Montgomery co. 
Lewiston, Niagara county, . . . 

Catskill, Greene county, 

Cooperstown, Otsego county, . 
Cooperstown, Otsego county, . 

Carmel, Putnam county, 

Blooming Gkove, Orange co., . 
Blooming Grove, Orange co.,. 
Waterford, Saratoga county, . 
Waterford, Saratoga county, . 
Brooklyn, Kings county, .... 
Richmond, Richmond county 

Bath, Steuben county 

Greenwich, Washington co.,. , 



I . • . . 



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Gong- 



District 



16 
24 
83 
20 
84 
21 
24 
25 
27 
26 
27 
84 
20 
26 
26 
27 
18 
16 
28 

*14 
81 
27 
*9 
10 
27 
28 
6 

*17 
22 
29 
18 
80 
18 
14 
16 
80 
81 
17 
22 
12 
4 
6 
21 
18 

*21 
28 
24 
14 
21 
15 
29 



6 

25 

19 

18 

7 

27 
28 
28 
28 
18 
18 
9 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
8 
26 
21 
19 
81 
23 
23 
6 
9 
9 
1 
21 
11 
20 
18 
20 
20 
20 
26 
26 
14 
80 
6 

10 

4 

6 

6 

11 

11 

1 

2 

20 

14 



80 



REPRESENTATIVES IS CONGRESS 



Names. 



Gumming, Thomas W., 

Cartis, Edward, 

Carbis, Edward, 

Cushman, John P., . . . 
Cutting, Francis B., . . 

Dana, Amasa, 

Dana, Amasa, 

Dads, Richard D.,. . . . 
Davis, Richard D.,. . . . 

Day, Rowland, 

Day, Rowland, 

Dayan, Charles, 

Dean, Gilbert, 

Dean, Gilbert, 

De Graff, John I., 

De Graff, John I., 

Deitz, William, 

De Mott, John, 

Denning, William, .... 

Denoyelles, Peter, .... 

Do Witt, Charles G., . . 
De Witt, Jacob H...... 

Dickinson, John D.,. . . 
Dickinson, John D.,. . . 
Dickinson, John D.,. .. 
Dickinson, John D.,. . . 

Dickson, John, 

Dickson, John, 

Dickson, Samuel, 

Dodd, Edward, 

Doe, Nicholas B., 

Doig, Andrew W., .... 

Doig, Andrew W., 

Doubleday, Ulysses F., 
Doubleday, Ulysses F., 

Dowse, William, 

Drake, John R., 

Duer, William 

Dner, William, 

Dwinell, Justin, 

Eager, Samuel W., . . . 

Earll, Jonas, Jr., 

Earll, Jonas, Jr., 

Earll, NehemialwH.,... 
Eaton, Lewis, ..•«.... 

Edward, John, 

Edwards, Francis S.,. . 

Eiher, Valentine, 

Egbert, Joseph, 

EUioott, Benjamin,. . . . 
Ellis, Chesselden, 



Residences. 



Brooklyn, Kings county, 

New-York, 

New- York, 

Troy, Rensselaer county,. . . . 

New-York, 

Ithaca, Tompkins county, .... 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, .... 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Sempronius, Cayuga county, . 
Sempronius, Cayuga county, . 

Lowville, Lewis county, 

Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Schenectady, Schenectady co., 
Schenectady, Schenectady co., 
Schoharie, Schoharie county, . 

Lodi, Seneca county, 

New- York, 

Haverstraw, Rockland county, 
Kingston, Ulster county, .... 
Kingston, Ulster county, .... 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
West Bloomfield, Ontario co., 
■ West Bloomfield, Ontario co.. 
New Scotland, Albany county, 
Argyle, Washington county, . . 
Waterford, Saratoga county, . 

Lowville, Lewis county, 

Lowville, Lewis county, 

Auburn, Cayuga county, 

Auburn, Cayuga county, 

Cooperstown, Otsego county, . 
Owego, Tioga county, ....... 

Oswego, Oswego county, 

Oswego, Oswego county, 

Oazenovia, M^ison county,. . 
Montgomery, Orange county, . 
Onondaga, Onondaga county,. 
Onondaga, Onondaga county, . 
Syracuse, Onondaga county, . 
DuanesburghjSchenectady co., 
Palatine, Montgomery county, 
Fredonia, Chautauque county, 
Jefferson, Schoharie county,. . 
Richmond, Richmond county, 
Batavia, Genesee county, .... 
Waterford, Saratoga county,. 



Cong. 



83 
26 
26 
15 
83 
26 
28 
27 
28 
18 
23 
22 
82 

*88 
20 
25 
19 
29 

*11 
18 
21 
16 
16 
17 
20 
21 
22 
28 
84 
84 

*26 
26 
27 
22 
24 

*18 
15 
80 
81 
18 

*21 
20 
21 
26 
18 
25 
84 
24 
27 
15 
28 



District. 

2 

8 

8 
10 

8 
22 
26 

5 

8 

24 
24 
20 

8 
12 
12 
11 
12 
27 

2 

8 

7 

7 

10 
10 

9 

9 

26 
26 
14 
15 
11 
16 
16 
24 
24 
15 
15 
23 
28 
22 

6 
23 
28 
28 
12 
15 
88 

8 

2 
21 
16 



BBPBESEHTATIVE8 IS CONOBE8S. 



81 



Names. 



>rtli, Samuel S...... 

idorf, Lucas, 

idorf, Lucas, 

idorf, Lucas, 

fohn, 

i, James, 

^, James 

1, David E., 

I, Dudley, 

John,. 

n, Reuben E., 

I, Charles G., 

I, Charles G., 

ore, Millard, 

ore, Millard, 

ore, Millard, 

ore, Millard, 

, Isaac, ; . . . 

John, ^ 

Hamilton, 

r, GJeorge, 

Jonathan, 

Jonathan, 

Jonathan, 

,Asa, 

er, Thomas T., 

er, Thomas T., 

I, Charles A., 

I, John G., 

i, John G., 

I, John G., 

I, William, 

I, Charles A., 

William D., 

ck, Nicoll, 

r, A. Lawrence, 

r, Henry A., 

, Joeli 

p,PhiloC., 

r,PhiloC., 

r, William K., 

r, William K., 

p, Albert,.. 

mier, Barent, 

Huer, Barent,.... .... 

;ey , Daniel G. , 

ley, Daniel O., 

»w, Nathaniel, 

, SethM.,... 

,SethM., 

Aid, John, 



BeaidencM. 



Penn Yan, Tates county, 

Kingston, Ulster county, 

Kingston, Ulster county, 

Kingston, Ulster county , 

Coxsackie, Greene county,. . . 
Foughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. . 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . . 

Batavia, Genesee county, 

Warreusburgh, Warren co., . . 

, Montgomery county,. 

Frewsburgh, Chautauque co.,. 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Jay, Essex county, 

Ogdensburgh,8t.Lawrence co. 

New- York, 

Oswego, Oswego county, 

Newburgh, Orange county,.. . 
Newburgh, Orange county,. . . 
Newburgh, Orange county, . . 
Salem, Washington county, . . 
Lockport, Niagara county, . . . 
Lockport, Niagara county,. . . 
Huntington, Suffolk county, . . 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Moriches, Suffolk county,. . . . 
Brookhaven, Suffolk county, , 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Watertown, Jefferson county, , 
Norway, Herkimer county, . . . 
Morrisville, Madison county.. 

Rome, Oneida county, 

, Schenectady county,. 

Geneseo, Livingston county,. . 
Geneseo, Livingston county,. . 
Ohittenango, Madison county 
Chittenango, Madison county 
Albany, Albany county, .... 
Kingston, Ulster county, . , . . , 
Kingston, Ulster county,. . . . 
Pomfret, Chautauque county, 
Pomfrefc, Chautauque county. 
Auburn, Cayuga county,! .... 
Le Roy, Genesee county,. .... 
Le Roy, Genesee county,. .... 
Schoharie, Schoharie county,.! 



Ccmg. 



29 
5 
6 
7 

26 
11 
12 

♦20 
24 
16 
38 

*23 
27 
23 
25 
26 
27 
21 
26 
28 

*21 
11 
13 

♦14 
12 
33 
34 
27 
26 
27 
32 
1 
18 
16 
19 
27 
26 
18 
23 

♦24 
23 
24 
25 
10 
11 
19 
20 
20 
26 
27 
17 



DiatricU 

26 

4 

4 

4 

8 

4 

4 
29 
13 
14 
38 

8 

8 
82 
82 
82 
32 
19 
14 

6 
20 

8 

6 

6 

6 
81 
81 

1 

17 
17 

1 

11 
18 
20 
23 
17 

4 
30 
80 
28 
23 
10 

7 

5 
80 
30 
24 
29 
29 
18 



82 



BEPBE8ENTATIVE8 IK CONGRESS. 



NameB. 



Greddcs, James, 

Gilbert, Ezekiel, 

Gilbert, Ezekiel, 

Gilbert, William A., 

Gillett, Ransom H., 

Gillett, Ransom H., 

Glen, Henry, 

Glen, Henry, 

Glen, Henry, 

Glen, Henry, 

Gold, Thomas R., 

Gold, Thomas R., 

Gold, Thomas R., 

Goodwin, Henry C., 

Goodyear, Charles, 

Ck)rdon, James, 

Gordon, James, 

Gordon, Samuel, 

Gordon, Samuel, 

Gott, Daniel, 

Gott, Daniel, 

Gould, Herman D., 

Granger, Amos P., 

Granger, Francis, 

Granger, Francis, . . . ^ 

Granger, Francis 

Grant, Abraham P., 

Gray, Hiram, 

Green, Byram, 

Greeley, Horace, 

Greig, John, 

Grinnell, Moses H., 

Griswold, Gaylord, 

Gross, Ezra C, 

Grosvenor, Thomas P.,. . . . 
Grosvenor, Thomas P.,. . . . 
Grosvenor, Thomas P.,. . . . 

Grover, Martin, , . . . 

Guyon, James, Jr., ^ 

Hackley, Aaron, Jr., 

Hall, George, 

Hall, Nathan K., 

Hallock, John, Jr., 

Hallock, John, Jr., 

Halloway, Ransom, 

Halsey, Jehiel H., ;. 

Halsey, NicoU, 

Halsey, Silas, 

Hammond, Jabez D., 

Hand, Augustus C, 

Hard, Gideon, 



Residences. 



Onondaga, Onondaga county, . 
Hudson, Columbia county, . . . 
Hudson, Columbia county, . . 
Adams, Jefferson county, ... 
Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence co. 
Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence co. 
Schenectady,(then^Albany co. 
Schenectady,(t}ien)Albany co. 
Schenectady, (theni Albany co. 
Schenectady,(then)Albany co. 
Whitestown, Oneida county,. . 
Whitestown, Oneida county,.. 
Whitestown, Oneida county,. . 
Hamilton, Madison county,... 
Schoharie, Schoharie county,. 
Ballston, Saratoga county,... . 
Ballston, Saratoga county,... . 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Pompey, Onondaga county, . . 
Pompey, Onondaga county, . . 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Syracuse, Onondaga county, . 
Canandaigua, Ontario county, 
Canandaigua, Ontario county, 
Canandaigua, Ontario county, 
Oswego, Oswego county, .... 
Elroira, Chemung county,. . , . 

Sodus, Wayne county, 

New-York, 

Canandaigua, Ontario co., . . . 

New- York, 

Herkimer, Herkimer county, . 
Keeseville, Essex county, .... 
Hudson, Columbia county,. . . 
Hudson, Columbia county, . . . 
Hudson, Columbia county, . . . 
Angelica, Allegany county, . . 

, Richmond county, . . . 

Herkimer, Herkimer county, . 
Onondaga, Onondaga county, . 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

, Orange county, ...... 

, Orange county, 

Beekman, Dutchess county,. . 

Ovid, Seneca county, 

Trumansburgh, Tompkins co., 
•, Cayuga county, 



Cong. 



Cherry Valley, Otsego county, 
Elizabethtown, Essex county, 
Barre, Orleans county, 



43 

8 

4 

84 

23 

24 

8 

4 

6 

6 

11 

12 

14 

♦83 
29 
2 
8 
27 
29 
80 
81 
81 
84 
24 
26 

*27 
25 
25 
28 

♦80 

♦27 

26 

8 

16 

*12 
13 
14 
29 

♦16 
16 
16 
80 
19 
20 
81 
21 
23 
9 
14 
26 
28 



District. 



19 



23 
14 
14 



8 
8 
11 
11 
16 
22 
21 



20 
10 
24 
24 
10 
24 
26 
26 
26 
17 
22 
27 
6 
80 
8 

15 

12 

6 

5 

5 

80 
1 

17 

19 

32 

6 

6 

8 

26 

22 

17 

15 

18 

81 



BEPBE8ENTATIVES IN CONQBESS. 



83 



Names. 



Gideon, 

s, John, 

Emanael B., 

"ouck, Abraham, . . . . 
*oack, Abraham B., . . 

'ouck, Josiah, 

-oucky Josiah, 

lU, Augustus P., .... . 

Qgs, George, 

iway, Samuel G.,. . . . 

»n, John, 

yrn, John, 

18, Jonathan NicoU, . . 
18, Jonathan NicoU,. . 

I, Solomon G., 

1, Solomon G., 

1, Solomon G., 

es, James, 

iii8, Joseph, 

, J. H. Hobart, 

an, Hoses, 

m, Hoses, 

tine, Abner, 

tine, Abner, 

mer, John, 

mer, John, 

:k, Richard P., 

e, Selah R., 

An, Hichael, 

AD, Hichael, 

an, Hichael, 

an, Hichael, 

an, Ogden, 

an, Ogden, 

I, William, 

Kxmi, James L., . . . . 

% John H., 

S8, EliasB., 

», EliasB., 

na, Samuel H 

a, Thomas R., 

:d, Jerediah 

sr, Hezekiah L...... 

:, Jacob, Jr., 

I, William J., 

rhomas Y., Jr...... 

1, Edward 

1, Nathaniel, 

ird, Thomas H...... 

ird, Thomas H., 

lU, William S., | 



Besidenees. 



Barre, Orleans county, 



New-York, 

Kingston, Ulster county,.... 
Kingston, Ulster county, .... 
Kingston, Ulster county, .... 
Kingston, Ulster county,.... 

Lo Roy, Genesee county, 

Hount Morris, Livingston co., 
Solon, Cortland county, ..... 
Warwick, Orange county, .... 
Warwick, Omnge county, .... 
Shelter Island, Suffolk county, 
Shelter Island, Suffolk county, 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Buffitlo, Erie county, 

Richfield, Otsego county, .... 
Henderson, Jefferson county, . 

New- York, 

York, Livingston county,. . . . 
York, Livingston county, .... 
Jamestown, Chautauque co.,. 
Jamestown, Chautauque ca.. 
Minden, Montgomery county, 
Danube, Herkimer county, . . . 
Greenbush, Rensselaer county, 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Herkimer, Herkimer county, . 
Herkimer, Herkimer county, . 
Herkimer, Herkimer county, . 
Herkimer, Herkimer county, . 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Hogansburgh, Franklin co.,. . 

, Rensselaer county, . . . 

Lyons, Wayne county, 

Brockport, Monroe county, . . 
Brockport, Monroe county, . . 
Le Roy, Genesee county, .... 
Fultonville, Montgomery co.,. 
Moscow, Livingston county, . . 



Oong. 



Schoharie, Schoharie county, 
Cazenovia, Madison county, . . 
Auburn, Cayuga county,.... 

Bath, Steuben county, 

Canandaigua, Ontario county, 
Hamilton, Madison county, . . 
Hamilton, Madison county, . . 
Bath, Steuben county, | 



24 

10 

82 

18 

19 

*8 

16 

82 

88 

28 

1 

4 

4 

*6 

82 

88 

84 

17 

21 

82 

18 

19 

28 

24 

15 

18 

♦29 

20 

19 

20 

21 

22 

26 

26 

22 

18 

♦80 

29 

80 

18 

84 

82 

6 

27 

29 

28 

23 

18 

16 

17 

28 



Dittilot 

88 
17 

8 

7 

7 

7 

7 

88 
28 
23 



1 
82 
82 
82 
15 
20 

4 
27 
27 
81 
81 
14 
15 
12 
11 
15 
15 
16 
15 

3 

8 
19 

9 
27 
28 
28 
21 
18 
29 
10 

8 
28 
27 
27 
21 
17 
17 
80 



84 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



Name«. 



Hughes, Charles, 

Hughston, Jonas A., . . 

Hugunin, Daniel, 

Humphrey, Charles, . . 
Humphreys, Reuhen, . 
Hungerford, Orville, . . 
Hungerford, Orville, . . 

Hunt, Hiram P., 

Hunt, Hiram P., 

Hunt, Hiram P., 

Hunt, Washington, . . . 
Hunt, Washington, . . . 
Hunt, Washington, . . . 
Huntington, Abel, .... 
Huntington, Abel, .... 

Irving, William, 

Irving, William, , . . . 

Irving, William, 

Ives, Willard, 

Jackson, David S., . . . 
Jackson, Thomas B., . . 
Jackson, Thomas B., . . 
Jackson, William T.,.. 

Jenkins, Lemuel, 

Jenkins, Timothy, .... 
Jenkins, Timothy, .... 
Jenkins, Timothy, .... 
Jewitt, Freeborn G.,.. 
Johnson, Jeromus, .... 
Johnson, Jeromus,. • . . 
Johnson, Noadiah,. • . . 
Johnston, Charles,.... 

Jones, Daniel T ., 

Jones, Daniel T., 

Jones, Nathaniel, 

Jones, Nathaniel, 

Eeese, Richard, ...... 

Kellogg, Charles, 

Kellogg, Orlando, 

Kelly, John, 

Kelsey, William H.,. . . 
Kerable, Gouverneur, . 
Kemble, Gouverneur, . 
Kempshall, Thomas,.. 

Kent, Moss, 

Kent, Moss, 

King, John, 

King, John A., 

King, Perkins 

King, Preston, 

King, Preston, 



Residences. 



Sandy Hill, Washington co.,. . 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

-, Oswego county, 



Ithaca, Tompkins county, .... 
Marcellus, Onondaga county, . 
Watertown, Jefferson county, 
Watertown, Jefferson county, 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Troy, Rensselaer county,. . . . 
Lockport, Niagara county, . . . 
Lockport, Niagara county, . . . 
Lockport, Niagara county, . . 
East Hampton, Suffolk co.,. . 
East Hampton, Suffolk co.,.. 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Watertown, Jefferson county. 

New- York, 

Hempstead, Queens county,. . 
Hempstead, Queens county,. . 
Havana, (then) Chemung co., 
Bloomingburgh, Sullivan co., 
Oneida Castle, Oneida county, 
Oneida Castle, Oneida county, 
Oneida Castle, Oneida county, 
Skaneateles, Onondaga co.,.. 
Brooklyn, Kings county,.... 
Brooklyn, Kings county,.... 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 
Baldwinsville, Onondaga co.,. 
Baldwinsville, Onondaga co., . 
Warwick, Orange county,, , . . 
Warwick, Orange county, .... 
Keeseville, Essex county, .... 



Ellzabethtown, Essex county, 

New- York, 

(}eneseo, Livingston county,. 
Cold Spring, Putnam county,. 
Cold Spring, Putnam county,. 
Rochester, Monroe county,.. 
Le Raysville, Jefferson co.,. . 
Le Raysville, Jefferson co.,.. 
New Lebanon, Columbia co.,. 
Jamaica, Queens county, . . . . 
Greenville, Greene county, . . . 
Ogdensbargh, St.Lawrence co. 
Ogdensburghy St.Lawrencc co. 



Cong. 



88 
84 

*19 
19 
10 
28 
29 
24 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
28 
24 

*18 
14 
16 
82 

*80 
25 
26 
81 
18 
29 
80 
82 
22 
19 
20 
83 
26 
82 
88 
26 
26 
20 
19 
80 
84 
84 
25 
26 
26 
18 
14 
22 
81 
21 
28 
29 



District 

16 
19 

ao 

26 
16 
19 
19 

9 

9 

9 
84 
84 
84 

1 

1 

4 

2 

2 
19 

6 

1 

1 

6 

7 

20 
20 
20 
28 

8 

8 
20 

6 
24 
24 

6 

6 
19 
24 
14 

4 

4 

4 

4 
28 
18 
18 

8 

1 

11 
18 

la. 



KKPBBSENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



8S 



Names. 



Preston, 

Preston, 

Rufus H., 

nd, Dorrance, 

md, Joseph, 

atrick, William, 

erbacker, Herman, . . 

ig, Gerrit Y., 

ig, Cterrit Y.,. ....... 

ig, Gerrit Y., 

mce, Cornelius W.,. . . 

sDce, John, 

tnce, John, 

ince, John W., 

iiice, Samuel, 

iDce, Sidney, 

ince, William T., . . . . 

jr, Thomas, 

kiorge W., 

leorge W., 

}ideon, 

lenry B., 

foshua, 

bs, John, 

Jacob, 

James, 

rd, Moses G., 

rd, Stephen B., 

rd, Stephen B., 

, Abuer, 

Archibald L., 

ield, Elisha, 

ield, Elisha, 

^ton, Edward, 

rston, Edward, 

(ston, Edward, 

;ston, Henry W., 

58ton, Henry W., 

[Stbn, Robert Le Roy, 
pton, Robert Le Roy, 

is, Arphaxed, 

Frederick W., 

Thomas C, 

»j John, 

t, John, 

3, Joseph S., 

Caleb, of Lyonsdale, . 

ty, Andrew Z., 

ty, Richard, 

llan, Robert, . 

llan, Robert, 



Residences. 



Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence co. 
Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence co. 

Catskill, Greene county, 

Coxsackie, Greene county,. . . 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Whitesboro', Oneida co., 

Schaghticoke, Rensselaer co., 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

New- York, 

, Queens county, 

, Queens county, .... 

Flushing, Queens county, . . . 



Cong. 



District. 



Moira, Franklin county, 

Cayuta, (then) Chemung co., . 
Cobleskill, Schoharie county,. 
Batavia, Cfenesee county, .... 
Batayia, Genesee county, . . . 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Penn Yan, Yates county, .... 

Brooklyn, Kings county, 

Newtown, Queens county, .... 
Newtown, Queens county, .... 

New- York, 

Owego, Tioga county, 

Owego, Tioga county, 

Panama, CImutauque county, 
Schenectady, Schenectady co., 
Pompey, Onondaga county, . . 
Pompey, Onondaga county, . . 

New- York, 

New-York, 

New- York, 

LiTingston, Columbia county, 
Livingston, Columbia county, 
Hudson, Columbia county,. . . 
Hudson, Columbia county,. . . 
Little Falls, Herkimer county, 
Greenport, Suffolk county, . . . 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Cooperstown, Otsego county,. 
Lyonsdale, Lewis county, . . . 
Pulaski, Oswego county, .... 

, Columbia county, . . . 

Middleburgh, Schoharie co,, . 
Hudson, Columbia county,.. 



81 
82 
34 
15 
17 
10 
11 
22 
28 
24 

♦28 
1 
2 
29 
18 
80 
80 
15 
28 
24 
24 

*16 
24 

♦18 
21 

♦22 

28 

24 

26 

29 

27 

17 

28 

4 

5 

6 

8 

9 

11 

♦12 
25 
80 
24 
13 
14 
16 
88 
84 
17 
25 
27 



18 
18 
11 

8 
16 
15 

6 
10 
10 
10 

8 



1 

25 

16 

26 

18 

29 

29 

8 

4 

27 

1 

1 

1 

5 

22 

22 

81 

11 

19 

18 

2 
2 
8 
8 
6 
6 
16 
1 
82 
» 
9 

15 

28 

22 

8 

8 

a 



8 



86 



REPRESENTATIVES IN OONaBESS. 



Names* 



McCord, Andrew, 

McKeon, John, 

McKeon, John, 

McKissock, Thomas, 

Maclay, William B., 

Maclaj, William B., 

Maclay, William B., 

McManus, William, 

McVean, Charles, 

Magee, John, 

Magee, John, 

Mallory, Meredith, 

Mann, Ahijah, Jr , 

Mann, Ahijah, Jr., 

Markell, Henry, 

Markell, Henry, 

Markell, Jacoh, 

Martin, Frederick S....... 

Martindale, Henry C, 

Martindalc, Henry C, 

Martindale, Henry C, 

Martindale, Henry C, 

Martindale, Henry C, 

Marvin, Dudley, 

Marvin, Dudley, 

Marvin, Dudley, 

Marvin, Dudley, 

Marvin, Richard P., ; 

Marvin, Richard P., 

Masters, Josiah, 

Masters, Josiah 

Mason, William, ...... . . . 

Matteson, Orsamus B.,. . . . 

Matteson, Orsamus B., . . . . 

Matteson, Orsamus B., . . . . 

Matthews, Vincent, 

Maurice, James, 

Maxwell, Thomas, 

Maynard, John, 

Maynard, John, 

Meigs, Henry, 

Metcalfe, Arunuh, 

Miller, John 

Miller, Eillian, 

Miller, Morris S., 

Miller, Rutgcr B., 

Miller, William 8., 

Mitchell, Charles F., 

Mitchell, Charles P., 

Mitchell, Henry, 

Mitchill, Samuel L 



Besideaces. 



•, Ulster county. 



Cong. 



8 

New- York, 24 

New-York, 27 

Newhurgh, Orange county,.. 81 

New-York, 28 

New-York, 29 

xVew-York, 80 

Troy, Rensselaer county,. ... 19 
Johnstown, Montgomery co.,. 23 

Bath, Steuben county, 1 20 

21 
26 
23 
24 
19 
20 
13 
32 
18 
19 
20 
21 
23 
18 
19 
20 
80 
26 
26 
9 
10 
24 
31 
83 
84 
11 
83 
21 
20 
27 
16 
12 
19 
84 
13 
*24 
29 
25 
26 
23 
7 



Bath, Steuben county, 
Urbanna, Steuben county, . . . 
Fairfield, Herkimer county, . . 
Fairfield, Herkimer county, . . 
Palatine, Montgomery county, 
Palatine, Montgomery county, 

, Montgomery county, • 

Clean, Cattaraugus county, . . 
Sandy Hill, Washington co.,. 
Sandy Hill, Washington co.,. 
Sandy Hill, Washington co., . 
Sandy Hill, Washington co.,. 
Sandy Hill, Washington co.,. 
Ripley, Chautauque county,. 
Ripley, Chautauque county,. 
Ripley, Chautauque county,. 
Ripley, Chautauque county,. 
Jamestown, Chautauque co.,. 
Jamestown, Chautauque co., . 
Schaghticoke, Rensselaer co., 
Schaghticoke, Rensselaer co., 
Norwich, Chenango county,. , 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Elmira, (then) Tioga county, 
Maspeth, Queens county,. . . . 
Elmira, Chemung county, . . . 

Ovid, Seneca county, * 

Seneca Falls, Seneca county,. 

New- York, 

Otsego, Otsego county •• . 

Truxton, Cortland county,. . . 
Hudson, Columbia county, . . . 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Utica, Oneida county, ....... 

New- York, 

Lockport, Niagara county,. . . 
Lockport, Niagara county,. . . 
Norwich, Chenango county,. . 
New-York 



District. 

5 

3 

8 

9 

4 

4 

4 

9 
15 
28 
28 
27 
16 
16 
16 
16 
14 
81 
18 
18 
18 
18 
12 
26 
26 
26 
81 
81 
81 
10 
10 
21 
20 
2D 
20 
14 

1 

26 
26 
25 

2 
12 
22 
12 
16 
18 

I 
88 
83 
21 

2 



SEPBESENTATiyES IN CONOBESfl. 



87 



Karnes* 



Mitchill, Samuel L., 

Mitchill, Samuel L., 

Mitchill, Samuel L., 

Mitchill, Samuel L., 

Moffitt, Hosea, 

Moffitt, Hoeea, 

Monell, Robert, 

Monell, Robert, 

Montanya, James D. L.,. . . 

Moore, Eli, 

Moore, £11, 

Morgan, Christopher, ..... 
Morgan, Christopher, . . . , . 

Morgan, ' Sdwin B., 

Morgan, Edwin B., 

Morgan, /ohn L, 

Morgan, John I., 

Morgan, John L, 

Morris, Thomas, .... . . . . . 

Moseley, William A., 

Moselej, William A., 

Mullin, Joseph, 

Mamford, Gordon S., . . . . 

Mnmford, Gurdon 8., 

Mumford, Garden 8., 

Monroe, Edward, ......... 

Monroe, James, 

Morphy, Henry C, 

Morphy, Henry C, 

Morray, Ambrose 6., 

Morray, William, 

Morray, William, 

Nelson, William, 

Nelson, William, 

Nicholson, John, 

Nicoll, Henry, 

Nivin, Archibald C, 

Noble, WiUiam H., 

Norton, Ebenezer F., 

Oakley, Thomas J.,. 

Oakley, Thomas J., 

Ogden, David A., 

Oliver, Andrew, 

Oliver, Andrew, 

Oliver, William M., 

Page, Sherman, 

Pa^e, Sherman, 

Pal0n, Roftis,.. 

Palmer, Beriah, 

Paldoer, John, 

Palmer, John, , 



Beeidenees. 



New- York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New-York, 

, Rensselaer county, . . 

, Rensselaer county, . . 

Greene, Chenango county, . . . 
Greene, Chenango county, . . . 

, Rockland county, . . . 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Aurora, Cayuga county, 

Aurora, Cayuga county. 

Auburn, Cayuga county, .... 
AubuiD, Cayuga county, .... 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

, Ontario county, 

Buffalo, Erie county 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Watertown, Jefferson county, . 

New -York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New-York, 

Brooklyn, Kings county,. . . . 
Brooklyn, Kings county,.... 

Goshen, Orange county, 

Goshen, Orange county, 

Gk>shen, Orange county, 

Peekskill, Westchester co.,. . . 
Peekskill, Westchester co.,. . . 
Herkimer, Herkimer county, . 

New- York, 

Monticello, Sullivan county,. 

Cato, Cayuga county, 

Bufiklo, Erie county, 

Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 
Madrid, St. Lawi-ence county, 
Penn Yan, Yates county, .... 
Penn Yan, Yates county,. . . . 
Penn Yan, Yates county, .... 
Unadilla, Otsego county, . . . . 
Unadilla, Otsego county, . . . . 
Fallsborgh, Sullivan county,. 
Ballston, Saratoga county, . . . 
Plattsburgh, Clinton county,. 
I Plattsburgh, Clinton county, . 



Oonjr. 



8 
*9 

*11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
21 
26 
24 
25 
26 
27 
33 
84 
17 
18 

*23 
7 

28 
29 
80 
*9 
10 
11 
26 
26 
28 
30 
84 
82 
33 
30 
31 
11 
30 
29 
25 
21 
13 

♦20 
15 
33 
34 
27 
23 
24 
26 
8 
15 
25 



District 

3 

2.8 
2 

2 
10 
10 
15 
21 

2 

3 

3 
24 
24 
25 
25 

2 

8 

3 

10 
32 
82 
19 
2.3 
2.8 

2 

8 

3 

2 

2 
10 

9 
10 

7 

7 
10 

8 

9 
24 
80 

4 

5 
18 
26 
26 
27 
19 
19 

7 
11 

12 

18 



88 



REPBESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



NameB. 



Parker, Amasa J., 

Parker, John M., 

Partridge, SamQcl, 

Patterson, John, 

Patterson, Thomas J., 

Patterson, Walter, 

Patterson, William, 

Paulding, William, Jr.,, . . . 

Peck, Jared V., 

Peck, Luther C, 

Peck, Luther C. , 

Peckham, Rufus W 

Peek, Harmanus, 

Pelton, Guy R., 

Pendleton, Edmund, . . . . . 

Perkins, Bishop, 

Petrie, George, 

Phelps, Oliver, 

Phoenix, J. Phillips, 

Phoenix, J. Phillips, 

PiiATSon, Jeremiah H., 

Pierson, Job, 

Pierson, Job, 

Pitcher, Nathaniel, 

Pitcher, Nathaniel, 

Pitcher, Nathaniel, 

Piatt, Jonas, 

Pond, Benjamin, 

Pond, Benjamin, 

Porter, James, 

Porter, Peter B., 

Porter, Peter B., 

Porter, Peter B., 

Porter, Timothy H., 

Post, Jotham, Jr 

Powers, Qershom, 

Pratt, Zadock, 

Pratt, Zadock, 

Prentiss, John H., 

Prentiss, John H., 

Pringle, Benjamin, 

Pringle, Benjamin, 

Purdy, Smith M., 

Putnam, Harvey, 

Putnam, Harvey, 

Putnam, Harvey, 

Rathbone, George, . . ..... 

Reed, Edward C, 

Reynolds, Gideon, 

Reynolds, Gideon, 

Reynolds, Joseph 



Besidenoes. 



Delhi, Delaware comity, 

Owego, Tioga county, 

Elmira, Chemung county,. . . . 
•, Tioga county. 



Rochester, Mouroe county, 

.Columbia county 

Perry, (then) Genesee county, 

, Westchester county, 

Port Chester, Westchester co.. 
Pike, Allegany county. 
Pike, Allegany county, , 
Albany, Albany county, 
Schenectady, Schenectady co.. 

New- York, 

Hyde Park, Dutchess county, . 
Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence co. 
Little Falls, Herkimer county 
Canandaigua, Ontario county, 
^ e w- X orK, ....... ■••••■.. 

j^ew'^ orK, .•.•...•■....... 

Ramapo, Rockland county, . . 
Schaghticoke, Rensselaer co., 
Schaghticoke, Rensselaer co., 
Sandy Hill, Washington co., . 
Sandy Hill, Washington co., . 
Sandy Hill, Washington co., . 
Whitestown, Oneida county, . . 

, Essex county, 

>, Essex county, 



Skaneateles, Onondaga co., . . . 
Niagara Falls, Niagara county. 
Niagara Falls, Niagara county, 
Niagara Falls, Niagara county, 

, Cattaraugus county, . 

New- York, 

Auburn, Cayuga county, .... 
Prattsville, Greene county, . . . 
Prattsyille, Greene county, . . . 
Cooperstowu, Otsego county,. 
Cooperstown, Otsego county, . 
Batavia, Genesee county, .... 
Batavia, Genesee county, .... 
Norwich, Chenango county,. . 
Attica, (then) (Jenesee county, 
Attica, Wyoming county, .... 
Attica, Wyoming county, .... 
Auburn, Cayuga county, .... 

Homer, Cortland county 

Hoosick, Rensselaer county,. . 
Hoosick, Rensselaer county, . . 
Virgil, Cortland county, ..... 



OODg. 



25 

34 

27 

8 

28 
17 

*26 
12 
83 
26 
26 
33 
16 
34 
22 
33 
80 
8 
28 
31 
17 
22 
23 
16 
17 
22 
6 
12 

*14 
16 
11 
12 

*14 
19 
13 
21 
26 
28 
25 
26 
83 
34 
28 

*25 
80 
81 
29 
22 
30 
81 
24 



Diatriet. 

20 
27 
22 
16 
28 

5 
29 

2 

9 
30 
30 
14 
13 

3 

6 
17 
17 
17 

3 

3 

3 

9 

9 
12 
12 
18 

9 

8 
12 
19 
15 
15 
21 
28 

2 
24 

8 
11 
19 
19 
80 
80 
22 
29 
83 
83 
25 
22 
12 
12 
22 



SEPBESBNTATIVES IK C0N6BE88. 



89 



rds, /ohD, 

lond, Jonathan, 

, Lewis, 

, Samuel, . 

, Samueli 

f , Thomas C, 

\ Elijah, 

ie, Reuben, 

ison, Orville, 

ister, William B., . • . . 
ister^ William B., . . . . 

-8, Charles, 

rs, Sdward, 

;¥elt, James J., 

Entstos, 

Erastos, 

Erastos, 

Erastos, 

Robert L., 

Robert L., 

Robert 8., • • • • 

Roberts., 

Roberts, 

Henry H., 

, Peter, 

les, Charles H., 

ey, David, Jr., 

ley, Darid, Jr., 

ai, David, 

>I1, David. 

ill, Davidj 

ill, Jeremiah, 

)n, John, 

sn, John, 

ill, Joseph, 

$11, Joseph, 

)tt, WiUiam A., 

Ebenezer, 

Ebenezer, 

Ebenezer, 

Ebenezer, • . 

Rossell, 

Russell, 

, Peter, 

»hn, Daniel B., 

1008, Thomas, ....... 

ions, Thomas, 

loos, Thomas, 

ions, Thomas, 

I, Joshua, 

I, Joshua, 

•8 



Berideooes. 

Warrensburgh,Warren county, 

, Cayuga county, 

Homer, Cortland county, .... 
Newtown, Queens county,. .. 
Vftwtown, Queens county,. • . 
Schaghticoke, Rensselaer co., 
Fredoiiia, Cbautauque CO., . . . 

Bath, Steuben county, 

Mexico, Oswego county, 

Angelica, Allegany county, . . 
Angelica, Allegany county, . . 
Sandy Hill, M^shington co.,. . 
Madison, Madison county, . . . 

New- York, 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Delhi, Delaware county, 

Allen's Hill, Ontario county, . 
Allen's Hill, Ontario county, . 

Fayette, Seneca county, 

Fayette, Seneca county, 

Fayette, Seneca county, 

Essex, Essex county, 

Schenectady, Schenectady co., 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co., . 
Bath, Steuben county,. ..... 

Bath, Steuben county, 

Salem, Washington county, . . 
Salem, Washington county, . . 
Salem, Washington county, . . 
Saugerties, Ulster county,. . • . 
Cooperstown, Otsego county,. 
Oooperstown, Otsego county,. 
Warrensburgh, Warren co., . . 
Warrensburgh, Warren co., . . 
Seneca Fall^ Seneca county, . 
Sag Harbor, Suffolk county, . 
Sag Harbor, Suffolk county, . 
Sag Harbor, Suffolk county, . 
Sag Harbor, Suffolk county, . 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Plattsburgh, Clinton county, . 
Monticello, Sullivan county, . 
Johnstown, Montgomery co.,. 
Johnstown, Montgomery co., . 
Johnstown, Montgomery co.,. 
Johnstown, Montgomery co.,. 
Brooklyn, Kings county., .... 
Brooklyn, Kings county, 



Cong. 



Diitriol. 



18 


19 


16 


20 


27 


2a 


*8 


1 


10 


1 


*29 


12 


81 


81 


82 


80 


28 


28 


17 


20 


♦18 


28 


28 


14 


26 


28 


27 


8 


*8 


14 


11 


12 


14 


8 


22 


11 


80 


29 


81 


29 


18 


26 


19 


26 


21 


26 


19 


19 


88 


18 


17 


7 


80 


80 


81 


80 


24 


12 


25 


12 


26 


12 


28 


10 


9 


14 


10 


14 


29 


16 


82 


15 


82 


27 


11 


1 


12 


1 


13 


1 


*16 


1 


88 


18 


84 


18 


9 


11 


80 


9 


8 


18 


9 


18 


11 


9 


12 


9 


8 


2 


19 


2 



90 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



Names. 



Sanford, John, 

Sanford, Jonah, 

Savage, John, 

Savage, John, 

Schenck, Ahraham H.,. . . . 
Bchermerhorn. Abraham M. 
Schermerhom, Abraham M. 

Schoolcraft, John L., 

Schoolcraft, John L., 

Schoonmaker, Cornelias C, 
Schoonmaker, Marios, .... 
Schuneman, Martin G.,. . . . 

Schuyler, Philip J., 

Scudder, Tredwell, 

Seaman, Henry J., 

Selden, Dudley, 

Seymour, David L., 

Seymour, David L., . ...... 

Seymour, William, 

Sharpe, Peter, 

Sharpe, Peter, 

Sherrill, Eliakim, 

Sherwood, Samuel, 

Shipherd, Zebulon R., . . . 

Sibley, Mark H., 

Sickles, Nicholas, 

Silvester, Peter, , 

Silvester, Peter, 

Silvester, Peter H., 

Silvester, Peter H., 

Simmons, George A., 

Simmons, George A., 

Slingerland, John I., ..... . 

Smith, Albert, 

Smith, Albert, 

Smith, Gerrit, 

Smith, John, 

Smith, John, 

Smith, John, 

Smith, John, 

Smith, Williams., 

Smith, William S., 

Snow, William W., 

Soule, Nathan, 

Spaulding, Elbridge G.,... 

Spencer, Ambrose, 

Spencer, Elijah, 

Spencer, James B., 

Spencer, John C, 

Spinner, Francis £., 

Starkweather, George A., . . 



Beeid^ices. 



Amsterdam, Montgomery co., 
Hopkinton, St. Lawrence co., 
Salem, Washington county,. 
Salem, Washington county,. 
Fishkill, Dutchess county,. . 
Rochester, Monroe county,. . 
Rochester, Monroe county, . . 
Albany, Albany county, .... 

Albany, Albany county 

Sbawangunk, Ulster county, 
Kingston, Ulster county, 
Ulster county. 



I . . . . 



Khtnebeck, Dutchess county, 

Islip, Suffolk county, 

Richmond, Richmond county, 
^ew~ X orK, •......•••« •••. 

Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 

Troy, Rensselaer county, . . . 
Binghamton, Broome county, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Shandaken, Ulster county,. . . 
Delhi, Delaware county,. ... 
Granville, Washington county, 
Canandaigua, Ontario county, 
Kingston, Ulster county,.... 
Kinderhook, Columbia co.^.. 
Kinderhook, Columbia co., 
Coxsackie, Greene county, 
Coxsackie, Greene county, 
Keescville, Essex county, 
Keeseville, Essex county,. 
Bethlehem, Albany county, 
Batavia, Genesee county, 
Batavia, Genesee county, .... 
Peterboro' Madison county, . . 
Brookhaven, Suffolk county,. 
Brookhaven, Suffolk county,. 
Brookhaven, Suffolk county,. 
Brookhaven, Suffolk county,. 



Cong. 



• • 



• • . 



• . 



I • • • • 



Oneonta, Otsego county, 

Minden, Montgomery county, 

Buffalo, Erie county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

>, Livingston county 



. • • 



Fort Covington, Franklin co. 
Canandaigua, Ontario county 
Mohawk, Herkimer county, , . 
Co<^r8town, Otsego county, . 



*27 

*21 

14 

15 

U 

31 

82 

31 

82 

2 

82 

9 

15 

15 

29 

*23 

28 

82 

24 

*17 

18 

80 

13 

13 

25 

24 

1 

2 

80 

81 

*88 

84 

30 

28 

29 

*88 

*5 

6 

7 

*8 
18 
*14 
82 
22 
81 
21 
17 
25 
15 
84 
80 



District. 

15 
20 
12 
12 
4 
28 
28 
13 
13 

10 

7 

5 

1 

2 

3 
12 
12 
20. 

1 

3 
10 

8 
12 
26 

7 



11 

11 

16 

16 

13 

83 

83 

22 

1 

1 

1 

1 

17 
17 
21 
16 
82 
10 
21 
14 
21 
17 

ai 



KEntBSENTATIVBS IN CONOBE88. 



91 



Names. 



Stephens, Abraham P., . . . . 

Sterling, Micah, 

Stetson, Lemne1| 

Storrs, Henry R., 

Storrs, Henry R., 

Storrs, Henry R., 

Storrs, Henry R., 

Storrs, Henry R 

Storrs, Henry R., 

Stow, Silas, 

Stower, John G., 

Stranaban, James S. T.,. . . 

Street, Randal B., 

Strong, James, 

Strong, James, 

Strong, James, 

Strong, James, 

Strong, James, 

Strong, Selah B., 

Strong, Stephen, 

Strong, Tberon R., 

Sutherland, Josiah, 

Swart, Peter, 

Taber, Thomas, 

Talbot, Silas, 

Tallmadge, Frederick A.,. . 
Tallmadge, James, Jr., . . . 

Taylor, Asher, , 

Taylor, John J., 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, John W 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, John W., 

Taylor, William, 

Taylor, William, 

Taylor, William 

Teller, James, 

Ten Eyck, Egbert, 

Ten Eyck, Egbert, 

Thomas, David, 

Thomas, David, 

Thomas, David, 

Thomas, David, 

Thompson, Joel, 

Thompson, John, 



Besidenoes. 



• • • 



• • ( 



. • t 



• • • • . 



• t • 



Rockland Lake, Rockland co. 
Watertown, Jefferson county,. 
Keeseville, Essex coanty, .... 
Whitesboro', Oneida county,. 
Whitesboro', Oneida county,. 
Whitesboro', Oneida county,. 
Whitesboro', Oneida county,. 
Whitesboro', Oneida county,. 
Whitesboro', Oneida county,. 

Lowville, Lewis county, 

Hamilton, Madison county, . . 
Brooklyn, Kings county, .... 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 
Hudson, Columbia county,. . . 
Hudson, Columbia county, 
Hudson, Columbia county, 
Hudson, Columbia county, 
Hudson, Columbia county,. 
Seataucket, Suffolk county 
Owego, Tioga county, . . , 
Palmyra, Wayne county,. 
Hudson, Columbia county, . . . 
Schoharie, Schoharie county 

, Dutchess county, . . . 

, Montgomery county, 

New-York, 

Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 
EUicottville, Cattaraugus co., 

Owego, Tioga county, 

Ballstion Spa, Saratoga co.,., 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co.,., 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co.,., 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co.,.. 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co.,.. 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co., . . 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co., . . 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co.,.. 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co.,.. 
Ballston Spa, Saratoga co.,., 
Manlius, Onondaga county,.. 
Manlius, Onondaga county, . , 
Manlius, Onondaga county,.. 
Matteawan, Dutchess county, . 
Watertown, Jefferson county 
Watertown, Jefferson county, 
Salem, Washington county, . . 
Salem, Washington county,.. 
Salem, Washington county, . , 
Salem, Washington county,, , 
Smyrna, Chenango county, . . 
StUl water, Saratoga county,. . 



Oong. 



District. 



82 


7 


17 


18 


28 


16 


15 


16 


16 


16 


18 


14 


19 


14 


20 


14 


21 


14 


12 


10 


20 


22 


84 


2 


16 


4 


16 


5 


18 


8 


19 


8 


20 


8 


21 


8 


28 


1 


29 


22 


26 


26 


82 


11 


10 


18 


*20 


6 


8 




80 


6 


16 


4 


28 


81 


88 


27 


18 


11 


14 


11 


15 


11 


16 


11 


17 


11 


18 


17 


19 


17 


20 


17 


21 


17 


22 


17 


23 


23 


24 


28 


25 


23 


*33 


12 


18 


20 


*19 


20 


7 


7 


8 


12 


9 


12 


*10 


12 


18 


15 


6 


7 



92 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



Names. 



Thompson, John, 

Thompson, John, 

Throop, Enos T., 

Thurman, John R., 

Tibbits, George, 

Tilus, Obadiah, 

Tomlinson, Thomas A.,. . . . 

Tompkins, Caleb, 

Tompkins, Caleb, 

Tompkins, Daniel D. 

Townsend, George, 

Townsend, George, 

Townsend, James, 

Tracy, Albert H., 

'Tracy, Albert H., 

Tracy, Albert H., 

Tracy, Phineas L., 

Tracy, Phineas L., ....... . 

Tracy, Phineas L., 

Tracy, Uri, 

Tracy, Uri, . . .-. 

Tracy, Uri, 

Tredwell, Thomas, 

Tredwell, Thomas, 

Tarrill, Joel, 

Turrill, Joel, 

Tuthiil, Selah, 

Tweed, William M., 

Tyson, Jacob, 

Underbill, Walter, 

Vail, Henry, 

Valk, WUliam W., 

Van Allen, James Q., 

Van Allen, John E., 

Van Allen, John E., 

Van Allen, John £., 

Van Buren, John, ......... 

Van Cortlandt, Philip, 

Van Cortlandt, Philip, 

Van Cortlandt, Philip, 

Van Cortlandt, Philip, 

Van Cortlandt, Philip 

Van Cortlandt, Philip 

Van Cortlandt, Philip, 

Van Cortlandt, Philip, 

Van Cortlandt, Pierre, Jr.,. 
Vanderveer, Abraham, . . . . 

Vanderpoel, Aaron, 

Vauderpoel, Aaron, 

Vanderpoel, Aaron, 

Van Gaasbeck, Peter, 



Besidences. 



Stillwater, Saratoga comity, . . 
Stillwater, Saratoga county, . . 
Auburn, Cayuga county, . . . . . 
Chestertown, Warren county, 
Troy, Rensselaer county, . . . . 
Washington, Dutchess county, 
Keeseville, Essex county, .... 
White Plains, Westchester co., 
White Plains, Westchester co., 

, Richmond coimty, . . 

New- York, 

New-York, 



Buffalo, Niagara county,. . . . 
Buffalo, Niagara county, .... 
Buffalo, Niagara county, .... 
Batavia, Genesee county, .... 
Batavia, Genesee county,. . . . 
Batavia, (}enesee county,. . . . 
Oxford, Chenango county,. . . 
Oxford, Chenango county, . . . 
Oxford, Chenango county, . . . 

, Queens county, 

, Queens county, 

Oswego, Oswego county, 

Oswego, Oswego county, 

Goshen, Orange county, 

New-York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Troy, Rensselaer county,. . . . 
Flushing, Queens county, . . . . 

, Rensselaer county,., 

Troy, Rensselaer county,.... 
Troy, Rensselaer county, .... 
Troy, Rensselaer county,.... 

Kingston, Ulster county, 

Cortlandt, Westchester co.,. . . 
Cortlandt, Westchester co., . . . 
Cortlandt, Westchester co., . . . 
Cortlandt, Westchester co.,. . . 
Cortlandt, Westchester co.,. . . 
Cortlandt, Westchester co.,. . . 
Cortlandt, Westchester co.,. . . 
Cortlandt, Westchester co.,. . . 
Cortlandt, Westchester co., . . . 

Brooklyn, Kings county, 

Kinderhook, Columbia co.,. . . 
Kinderhook, Columbia co., . . . 
Kinderhook, Columbia co.,. . . 
Kingston, Ulster county, 



Ckmg. 



10 

11 

*14 

81 

8 

25 

27 

15 

16 

*9 

14 

15 

2 

16 

17 

18 

20 

21 

22 

9 

11 

12 

*2 

8 

23 

24 

*17 

88 

18 

81 

25 

84 

10 

8 

4 

5 

27 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

12 

25 

23 

24 

26 

8 



District. 

11 

8 
20 
15 
10 

5 
13 

3 

3 
2.3 

1 

1 

21 
22 
30 
29 
29 
29 
16 
13 
18 



17 
17 
9 
5 
2 
4 
9 
1 
8 



6 

7 



8 
8 
4 
4 
4 
4 
8 
2 
8 
8 
8 



BBPBESEirrATiyBS IN CONGBBSS. 



93 



Names. 



Van Houton, Isaac B.,. . . . 

Van Ness, John P., 

Van Rensselaer, Henry, . . . 
Van Rensselaer, Jeremia^ . 
Van Rensselaer, Killian K., 
Van Rensselaer, Killian K., 
Van Rensselaer, Killian K., 
Van Rensselaer, Killian K.. 
Van Rensselaer, Killian K., 
Van Rensselaer, Solomon, . . 
Van Rensselaer, Solomon,. . 
Van Rensselaer, Stephen,.. 
Van Rensselaer, Stephen,.. 
Van Rensselaer, Stephen, . . 
Van Rensselaer, Stephen, . . 
Van Wyck, William W.,. . . 
Van Wyck, William W.,... 

Verplanck, Daniel C, 

Verplanck, Daniel C, 

Verplanck, Daniel 0., 
Verplanck, Gulian C, 
Verplanck, Gulian C, 
Verplanck, Galian C, 
Verplanck, Gulian C, 
Wagner, Peter J., . . . . 
Wakeraan, Abraham, . 
Walbridge, Henry S.,. 
Walbridge, Hiram, . . . 
Walden, Hiram, ..... 
Walker, Benjamin,. . . 
Walker, WUliam A.,.. 

Walsh, Mike, 

Walworth, Reuben H 
Ward, Aaron, 



* • . • . 



Ward, Aaron, 

Ward, Aaron, 

Ward, Aaron, 

Ward, Aaron, 

Ward, Aaron, 

Ward, Jonathan, 

Wardwell, Daniel, 

Wardwell, Daniel, 

Wardwell, Daniel, 

Warren, Cornelius, 

Watts, John, 

Wells, John, 

Wendover, Peter H., 

Wendover, Peter H., 

Wendover, Peter fl., 

Westbrook, Theodoric R.,. . 
Westerlo, Rensselaer, 



Besidenoes. 



Clarkstown, Rockland county, 
Ghent, Columbia county,. . . . 
Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence co. 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany couuty, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

, Dutchess county, .... 

, Dutchess county, .... 

Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 

New- York, 

New-York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Fort Plain, Montgomery co.,. 

New- York, 

Ithaca, Tompkins county, .... 

New- York, 

Wright, Schoharie co., 



New- York, 

New- York, 

Plattsburgh, Clinton county,. 
Sing Sing, Westchester co.,.. 
Sing Sing, Westchester co.,. . 
Sing Sing, Westchester co.,.. 
Sing Sing, Westchester co.,.. 
Sing Sing, Westchester co.,. . 
Sing Sing, Westchester co.,. . 

, Westchester county,. 

MannsTille, Jefferson county, . 
Mannsyille, Jefferson county, . 
Mannsville, Jefferson county,. 
Cold Spring, Putnam county, . 

New- York, 

Johnstown, Montgomery co., . 

New-York 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Kingston, Ulster county, ..... 
Albany, Albany county, 



Cong. 



Distdot 



23 
*7 
27 
1 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
16 
♦17 
♦17 
18 
19 
20 
17 
18 
♦8 
9 
10 
19 
20 
21 
22 
26 
34 
82 
83 
81 
7 
38 
83 
17 
19 
20 
22 
23 
24 
27 
14 
22 
23 
24 
80 
3 
82 
14 
15 
16 
88 
15 



2 

6 

14 

8 

9 

9 

9 

7 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

4 

6 

6 

6 

6 

8 

8 

8 

8 

15 

8 

26 

8 

21 

9 

7 

4 

12 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

8 

20 

18 

18 

8 

16 
2 
2 
2 

11 
9 



94 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



Names. 



Whallon, Reuben, 

Wheaton, Horace, ....... 

Wheeler, Qratton H., 

Wheeler, John, 

Wheeler, John, 

White, Bartow W., 

White, Campbell P., 

White, Campbell P., 

White, Campbell P., 

White, Campbell P., 

White, Hugh, 

White, Hugh, 

White, Hugh, 

Whitemore, Ellas, 

Whitney, Thomas R...... 

Whittlesey, Frederick, . . . . 

Whittlesey, Frederick, . . . . 

Wickes, Eliphalet, 

Wilkin, James W., 

Wilkin, James W., 

Wilkin, Samuel J., 

Williams, Isaac, Jr., 

Williams, Isaac, 

Williams, Isaac, 

Williams, John, 

Williams, John, 

Williams, John, 

Williams, Nathan, 

Willoughby, Westel, Jr.,. . . 

Wilson, Isaac, 

Wilson, Nathan 

Winter, Elisha J., 

Wood, Aaron, „ . , . 

Wood, Bradford R., 

Wood, Fernando, 

Wood, John J,, 

Wood, Silas, 

Wood, Silas, 

Wood, Silas, 

Wood, Silas, 

Woodcock, David, 

Woodcock, David, 

Woodruff, Thomas M...... 

Woodworth, William W.,.. 

Woods, William, 

Wright, Silas, Jr., 

Wright, Silas, Jr., 

Tates, John B., 

Young, John, 

Young, John, 



Besidenoes. 



Split Rock, Essex county, . . 
Pompey, Onondaga county, . . 
Wheeler, Steuben county,.., 

New-York, ^ 

New-York, T 

, Dutchess county,, i . . 

New-York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Cohoes, Saratoga county, . . . . 
Cohoes, Saratoga county,. . . . 
Cohoes, Saratoga county, . . 



New- York, 

Rochester, Monroe county, . . . 
Rochester, Monroe county, . . . 
Suffolk county, 



Goshen, Orange county, 
Goshen, Orange county, 

Goshen, Orange county, 

Otsego, Otsego county, 

Otsego, Otsego county, 

Otsego, Otsego county, .... 
Salem, Washington county,.. 
Salem, Washington county,. . 
Rochester, Monroe coimty,.. 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Newport, Herkimer county, . . 
•, Genesee county. 



Salem, Washington county, . . 



Albany, Albany county,. , . . 

New- York, 

Clarkstown, Rockland county, 
Huntington, Suffolk county,. . 
Huntington, Suffolk county, . . 
Huntington, Suffolk county,. . 
Huntington, Suffolk county,. . 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, .... 
Ithaca, Tompkins county,. . . . 

New- York, 

Hyde Park, Dutchess county, 

Bath, Steuben county, 

Canton, St. Lawrence county. 
Canton, St. Lawrence county, 
Schenectady, Schenectady cc, 
Genoseo, Livingston county, . . 
Geneseo, Livingston county,. . 



Cong. 



23 
29 
22 
83 
34 
19 
21 
22 
23 

♦24 
29 
80 
81 
19 
84 
22 
23 
9 

♦14 
15 
22 

*13 

15 

18 

4 

6 

84 

9 

*14 

*18 
10 

♦18 
19 
29 
27 
20 
16 
17 
19 
20 
17 
20 
29 
29 

*18 
20 

♦21 
14 
24 
HI 



District 

13 
24 
28 

6 

6 

5 

3 

3 

3 

3 
16 
16 
16 
21 

5 
27 
28 

1 

6 

6 

6 
15 
15 
13 

7 
29 
15 
17 
29 
12 
12 

4 
18 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 
20 
25 

5 

8 
28 
20 
20 
13 
30 
80 



KEW-TORK LEQISLATUSE. 95 



NEW-YORK LEGISLATURE. 

• Under the colonial government, the legislative power was 
vested in the governor and council, and in the general assembly. 
The council, when fiiU, consisted of twelve members, who were 
appointed by the king, enjoyed the same authority as the lords 
in parliament, and, with the governor, had an unqualified veto 
upon the acts of the general assembly. They acted as a privy 
council to the governor in matters of civil government, and held 
their office at the will of the crown. Privy councils were held 
at the fort in New- York, at which the governor was always present, 
but their legislative sessions were held without his presence, at 
the city hall.* The senior member was speaker of their house ; 
their proceedings were not published,' and in their fonnalities 
they closely imitated the English house of lords. Messages to the 
assembly were carried by one of their members, and the house 
always arose at his entrance and received him standing. Council- 
lors received no salary ; and towards the close of the colonial 
period, their duties had devolved upon a few, and were very great 
The idea of a senate, in our legislative system, was probably de- 
rived from this body, which, in its forms and customs at an early 
period, it much resembled. The coimcil exercised judicial autho- 
rity upon writs of error and appeal. 

The general assembly was organized in 1683, and at a later 
period consisted of twenty-seven members, elected viva voce by 
the people once in seven years,' and by the districts they repre- 
sented. The tenure of their office was formerly at the will of the 
governor, and new elections were ordered so often as it suited his 
caprice or interests. In 1734 a law was passed limiting their term 
to three years, but this was annulled by the king.' The septennial 
act was passed in 1743, and remained in force till the revolution. 
The general assembly elected from their number a speaker, chose 
their own clerk, and published their journal. Strangers were 
not allowed to be present at their sessions. They possessed the 
sole right of originating all laws granting appropriations of 
money, and, in the political struggles which began in Cosby's 
administration, they exercised this right by withholding the 
compensation of the governor, to induce a compliance with their 

1 emitli^s Histonr of New-York, Historical Societr^s ed., vol. 1, p. 861. 

* The Council Minutes in the secretary's oflSce fill 88 manuscript volumes. 

* Until March 27, 1778, elections were held by poll, at one place in each county desig- 

nated by law, before the sheriff and inspectors nominated by each candidate. 
Electors of representatives in the eeneral assembly were required to be resident 
dtiztns, poesessine a (behold worth £40, owned at least three months before the 
date of tne writ of wimmonji. Popish reeusants were prohibited from votiBC. • 



96 NEW-YORK LEaiSLATURB. 

measures. The acrimony of these quarrels had considerably 
subsided before the retolution ; but they doubtless had an influ- 
ence beneficial to liberty, by introducing political discussions, and, 
imparting a knowlege of the tendencies of irresponsible power. 
This body continued its sittings until May, 1775 ; and among the 
last of its acts was the adoption of petitions to the king and par- 
liament, in which, while they professed a warm attachment to the 
royal peraon and government, they solemnly protested against 
the aggressions that had for years been gaining upon the rights of 
the people, and expressed, quite as strongly as was then avowed by 
the patriots of the day, the sentiments advocated in the revolution. 

llie acts of the colonial Legislature required the approbation 
of the king, in privy council, to become valid; and the latter 
possessed an absolute veto power, which was, however, but seldom 
exercised. The act of approbation was engrossed upon parch- 
ment, under the privy seal of the realm, and transmitted to the 
governor. An imperfect series of these is preserved in the state 
library and secretary's office. 

The state Legislature has always been composed of two branches; 
the senate, of fewer members, elected from large districts and for 
a longer term, and the assembly, of a larger number, chosen 
annually from the people, and supposed to represent their imme- 
diate local interests. 

Bills may originate in either house,* and must be passed by 
both and be approved by the governor, or, if he objects, by two- 
thirds of the members present in both houses.' 

Until 1822, there existed a council of revision, consisting of 
the governor, chancellor, and judges of the supreme court, or 
any two of them with the governor, who must approve of every 
bill before it could become a law, unless passed by a two-third vote 
of both houses notwithstanding their objection. This feature 
of the constitution of 1777 is said to have been introduced by 
Chancellor Livingston.' The council sat with closed doors, and 
the same formalities were observed in transmitting messages and 
recording their proceedings as in the Legislature. Their minutes 
were not published.* 

> An attempt waa made toon after the orgnnization of the goyernment, on the part of 
the aasembly, to continue the OBaee of the colonial assembly in relation to peen- 
niary appropriations. On the 26th of October, 1778, the senate claimed an etpal 
power of originating money bills, and on the 4th of November Uie assembly 
passed a formal resolution, asserting their sole right to this privilege, as had been 
the cnstom formerly. The diaeoBUon waa not continued, and the clidms of the 
senate were admitted. 

* Constitution, article ir., section 9. 

* Annalium Thesauras, a .M8S. volume in secretarA-'s oflSce, by J. Y. N. Tatea, pp. 83. 

The original draft of this clause, in the handwriting of B. B. Livingston, occnn 
in Miscellaneous Papers, 87, p. 640, secretary's oflSce. 

* The mtarates of the council of revision, fn the secretary's ofllce, occupy fire rolames. 



KEW-YOBK LEGISLATUBB. 97 

Daring their continuance, this council rejected 169 bilU, 51 
of which were passed notwithstanding their objections, among 
which was the law for holding the convention of 1821. Upon 
revising the constitution, the veto power was vested in the gor- 
ernor, to the same extent as is enjoyed by the president of the 
United States upon the acts of congress. 

Each branch of the Legislature makes its own rules, and judges 
the qualifications of its own members. Their sessions are open, 
except when the public welfere requires secrecy, and their jour- 
nals are published. 

The senate originally consisted of twenty-four members, and 
might increase one with every twenty-fourth part of the whole 
number of voters, as shown by a census to be taken once in seven 
years, until the number equaled one hunared. The census of 
1795 made their number forty-three ; but the rule being found 
unequal in its operation, the constitution was amended in 1801, 
by i^ucing their number to thirty-two, which has since been 
retained, and is so fixed by the constitution. 

The state was, by the constitution of 1777, divided into four 
great senatorial districts, by that of 1821 into eight, and by 
that of 1846 into thirty-two districts. Until 1846, senators held 
their office four years, one-fourth part of the whole number being 
chosen annually. By the present constitution, the whole number 
are elected every second year. The lieutenant-governor is, by 
virtue of his office, the president of the senate ; but in case of a 
vacancy in that office, the senate elect a president from their 
number. 

By the constitution of 1821, the offices of chancellor, vice* 
chancellors, judges of county courts, surrogates, masters and 
examiners in chancery, notaries public, supreme court commis* 
sioners, loan commissioners, inspectors and measurers for com"- 
mercial purposes, recorders and marshals of cities, commissioners 
of deeds in this state, superintendent of salt springs, harbor mas- 
ters, port wardens and pilots, directors in certain banks, inspectors 
and clerks of prisons, Indian agents, &c^ inspectors of turnpikes, 
canal appraisers, and several local and minor offices,' were filled by 
tiie governor, with the advice and consent of the senate. Major- 
generals, brigade inspectors and chiefs of the staff departments, 
except adjutant-general (appointed by the governor) and com- 
misBary-general, were also appointed by the governor and senate. 
All ouier military officers were chosen by the written votes of 
those over whom they conmianded, except the staff officers of the 

> See documents state conyention, 1846, t., No. 41, for a list of these offlees in each oount;. 





98 HEW-TORK LEGISLATUBE. 

teyeral diTiskyiia, brigades, regiments and batlalioDs. The wLole 
nomber of offices dependeDt upon this i4>poiiitiiig power, in 1846, 
amounted to 2,238. These were then very considerably redoced, 
and are now limited to superintendent of bank department, a rail- 
road commissioner, major-generals of the militia, notaries public, 
loan commissioners, trustees of the seamen's fund and retreat, 
of the asylums for idiots and the insane, pilots, port wardens, and 
harbor masters of New-Tork, physicians of the marine hospital, 
and conmiissioners of emigration, and a few other minor offices. 
When deliberating upon appointments to office, the senate is 
said to be in execuHv€ testiony and they usually on such occasions 
sit with closed doors ; their rotes and debates are not preserved, 
and their proceedings are recorded separately, in volumes kept by 
their clerk. Executive sessions of the senate have been repeatedly 
convened at times when the L^slature was not in session, and 
wben important offices were required to be filled. 

The assembly is elected annually, and consisted at first of 
seventy members, which number might increase one with every 
seyentieth part of voters until it contained three hundred mem- 
bers. In 1801 the number had amounted to one hundred and 
eight, when the constitution was amended, reducing their number 
to one hundred, and providing that after each septennial census 
they should increase at the rate of two annually, until the number 
equieJed one hundred and fifty. This increase was twelve in 1808, 
and fourteen in 1815; but the constitution of 1821 fixed the 
number permanently at one hundred and twenty-eight, and intro- 
duced the decennial census, from which the apportionment among 
the several counties should be from time to time equalized. 

The assembly, at the opening of each session, elect one of their 
number speaker, who presides over their deliberations and may 
Yote with the other members. The speaker is, ex-officio, a com- 
missioner of the land office, and a trustee of the capitol and of 
the new state hall. He receives $4 for each day's attendance in 
the discharge of his official duties. 

Until 1822, the assembly appointed annually one senator from 
each great senatorial district to the council of appointment 
From that period to 1846, they possessed concurrent power with 
the senate in the appointment of secretary of state, comptroller, 
treasurer, attorney-general, surveyor-general and commissary* 
general. From 1816 to 1844, canal commissioners; since 1787, 
regents of the university; from 1777 to 1789, delegates in con- 

fress; and since 1854, the superintendent of public instruction 
as been appointed in like manner. 



COUNCIL OP APPOINTMENT. 99 



Council of Appointment. 

Under the first constitution of the state, the assembly, once in 
every year, openly nominated and appointed one of the senators 
from each of the four districts, who formed, with the governor 
presiding, a council of appointment. The governor had a casting 
vote only, and, till 1801, alone possessed the power of originating 
nominations. The constitutional amendment of that year gave a 
concurrent power of nomination to the several members. A 
senator could not be chosen to this office two successive years. 
The patronage of this council was immense, including all military, 
civil and judicial officers not specially excepted by the constitu- 
tion. In 1821, 8,287 miltary, and 6,663 civil officers held their 
commissions from the council of appointment, and most of them 
were liable to removal at will. This office had become very 
unpopular, and, in revising the constitution, it was abolished with- 
out a dissenting vote either in the committee or the convention. 

Some difficulties occurred in settling upon the term of office in 
certain cases, but it finally became established that members of 
the council should hold for a full year from the date of their 
appointment, even' when their duties as senators had expired 
within the year.' 

It will be remembered that this state was among the first to 
adopt a written constitution, and the framers of this instrument 
had no other precedents but the example of the ancient republics, 
whose weakness consisted in the abuse of power by the multitude, 
who were too liable to be influenced by intriguing demagogues in 
pursuit of personal aggrandizement. 

. The journals of the council of appointment fill fourteen MS. 
volumes in the secretary's office. Aiter 1*798, civil and military 
appointments were entered in separate volumes. 

At an early day the council, while it disclaimed the exercise of 
a judicial authority, felt bound to entertain charges against per- 
sons holding office under them, in the presence of the accused, 
with the view of proving the truth or error of the accusations ; 
but at a later day their proceedings were summary, and their 
power was often used to promote political measures. 

*■ Upon tlie appointment of Parks, In place of Paine, expelled, in 1781, Governor CSinton 
protested against tlie admission of ttie former, insisting tliat nominations could 
onljr be made ** once in a year," in the language of the oonstitation. Ommoil 



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CODMCIL OF APFOINTMENT. 




COUNCIL OF APPOINTHBirr. 



101 



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102 HEW-TORK LEQI8LATUBE. 

The first law in relation to elections, passed bj the state Legis- 
lature,* introduced the practice of voting by ballot for governor 
and lieutenant-governor, but retained the colonial practice of vot- 
ing viva voce for senators and members of assembly.' It directed 
elections to be held in every boroueh, town, district, precinct and 
ward, by inspectors chosen for that purpose. 

By an act of February 13, 1787, the mode of voting by ballot 
for senators and assemblymen was introduced, and this mode has 
ever since been continued. The boxes containing the ballots for 
governor, lieutenant-governor and senators were at first returned 
by the sheriffs to the secretary of state, to be canvassed by a joint 
committee of the Legislature ; and on the 27th of March, 1799, the 
system of inspection and canvassing by the local boards was adopted. 
The results were to be recorded by the town clerk, returned to 
the county clerks for record, and by them to the secretary of state, 
to be also by him recorded. They were to be canvassed by the 
secretary, comptroller and treasurer, on or before the eighth day 
of June, and the results published. A board of county canvass- 
ers, consisting of one inspector of elections from each town, was 
instituted by an act of April 17, 1822, which also added the 
surveyor-general and attorney-general to the board of state can- 
vassers. Until 1842, each town and ward formed one election 
district; and the polls were opened, by adjournment from place 
to place, on three successive days.' By an act of April 5, 1842, 
they were directed to be held in one day ; the common council 
of cities, and the supervisors, assessors and clerks of towns were 
required, if the popiilation exceeded five hundred, and allowed, if 

* Passed March 27, 1787. (Folio edition 8e$i>Uni Lawa, Ist aesston, p. 15.) 

s The baliot box was unknown at the colonial elections ; and it is taiteresting to obeenre 
the extreme caution and Jealousy with which our present system <tf voting by secret 
ballot was adopted, and how trembliugly our rulers ventured upon the exp^rim^it which 
has become a characteristic feature of our elections. In the Constitotioa <tf 1777, ire find 
the following preamble and ordinance : 

** VI. And whereas an opinion hath long prevailed among diverse of the the good peo- 
ple of this state thut voting at elections, by ballot, would tend more to preserve um Uber^ 
and equal freedom of the people than voting viva f>ooe. To this enOi tbrarefore, that a 
fair experiment be made wnich of those two modes ot voting is to be ^reterred : 

"Be it ordained that, as soon as may l>e after the termination of the preecmt war 
between the United States of America and Great Britain, an act or acts be passed by the 
Legislature of this state for causing all elections thereafter to be held in this alftte, for 
senators and representatives in assembly, to be by ballot, and directing the manner in 
which the same shall be conducted. And whereas it is possible that, afl^ all the care of 
the Legislature in fitiming the said act or acts, certain inconvenienoea and mi8<^ieftt 
unforeseen at this day, may be found to attend the said mode of eleotins by ballot: 

" It is further ordained that if, utter a (hll and fair experiment shall be made €i voting 
by ballot aforesaid, the same shall be found less conducive to the safety nr IntMeeC of the 
state than the method of voting «/«a «ocs^, it shall be lawfhl and eonirtUatfaiial 4br the 
Legislature to abolish the same, provided two-thirds of the mem1>ers pretant in each 
house respectively shall concur therein. And ftirtiier, that dnrine the eoniinnanoe of 
the present war, and until the legislature of this state shall provide fbr-the deetton of 
senators and representatives in assembly by ballot, the said eiei^ons shall be-OHMle Wm 

•OM." 

* From 1787 to 1882, deetions might be held five days. 



NEW-YORK LEGISLATURE. 103 

iesBy to divide their town into a convenient nonjber of election 
districts, in each of which independent elections were to be held. 

By the act of ilBl, general elections were held on the last 
Taesdaj of April ; by that of 1822, on the first Monday of No- 
vember ; and by that of 1842 (now in force), on the Tuesday after 
first Monday of November. 

Electors of governor, lieutenant-governor and senators, besides 
being actual residents, were required, under the first constitution, 
to possess a freehold of the value of £100,^ within the district, 
above all debts charged thereon. Electors of members of assem- 
bly were required to possess a freehold of the value of £20,^ or to 
have rented a tenement of the value of forty shillings,^ within the 
district.' 

Blacks and mulattoes were required to produce authenticated 
certificates of freedom,' but in other respectsnthey enjoyed the 
same rights as whites. 

By the constitutions of 1822 and 1846, property qualifications 
are not required, except that persons of color cannot vote unless 
they have been three years an inhabitant of the state, and for the 
last year, of the district, and shall own a freehold worth $250, 
clear of incumbrance, upon which they have paid tax. Unless so 
entitled to vote, they are not subject to direct taxation.^ 

The qualifications of a voter are defined by the constitution. 
Conviction of a felony disqualifies a person from voting, unless 
restored by a pardon that shall contain a clause expressly restor- 
ing its subject to the rights of a citizen.^ 

On several occasions, questions have been submitted by the 
Legislature to the people at a general election. The votes relat- 
ing to the eonstitution have been given on pages 57 and 58. On 
ewer subjects they have been as follows : 

1825 — On die election of presidential electors: 

** By districts," 66,324 

'» By general ticket, plurality," 56,801 

** By general ticket, majority," 941 

1 ThMe Were chanced, April 9, 1811, to oorrotponding ronui in the federal oorrenojr 

^iz.,$S5O,|0a&rid|5. 
s By the aet of 1818, persons who were freemen of the city of New-York, Octob^ 14, 
' ITTC^ or of Albany, April SO, 1777, were allowed to vote for assemblymen without 
the pnmerty qualification. 

• AeU of April 9, 1811, March 29, 1818, and April 11, 1815. 

~ ^'COMtitntions of 1822 and 1846, article 9, section 1. The oonvention of 1846 submitted 
the qnewtioB of equal suflfrage for colored persons to the peojde, for their decision. 
The result was as follows : 

" Equal sufflrage to colored persons — Yes,'* 86,806 

'* Equal suffrage to colored persons — No," 228,884 

* For the law relalins to elections, and prescribing the rights and duties relating 

therq^, see Bevbed Statutes, part 1, chapter 6. 



104 NEW-TOBK LEGISLATURE. 

1826 — On the election of jastices and extension of franchise: 

** For electing justices of the peace," 129,098 

'* Against electing justices of the peace," 1,663 

*' For extending the elective franchise," 127,077 

" Against extending the elective franchise," 8,215 

1833 — On reducing salt duties, and on the election of the 
mayor of the city of New- York by the electors thereof; 

" For authorizing the Legislature to reduce duties on salt," 98,260 

" Against authorizing the Legislature to reduce duties on salt,". . 7,866 

** For electing mayor of New- York by the electors thereof," 48,977 

" Against electing mayor of New- York by electors thereof," 1,986 

1835 — On restoring duties on salt and on goods sold at anction 
to the general fund : 

" For restoring duties to the general fund," 68,126 

'' Against restoring duties to the general fund," 8,675 

1839 — On the election of mayors by the people : 

'' For the election of mayors by the people," 90,478 

** Against the election of mayors by the people," 882 

1845 — On amending the constitution in relation to the removal 
of judicial officers, and the property qualification for office : 

" For amendment in relation to removal of judicial officers,". . . . 114,769 
" Against amendment in relation to removal of judicial officers," 8,689 
"For amendment for abrogation of property qualification for 

office," 114,900 

" Against amendment for abrogation of property qualification for 

office," 8,901 

May 5, 1846 — The excise vote, except the city of New-York: 

For"License," 111,884 

For "No License," 177,688 

1849 — On the adoption of the free school law: 

" For the new school law," 249,872 

" Against the new school law," 91,951 

1850 — On the repeal of the new school law: 

*• For the repeal of the new school law," 184,206 

** Against the repeal of the new school law," 209^7 

February 15, 1854 — On amending the constitntion, to provide 
for the more speedy completion of the canals : 

" For amending the constitution," 186,771 

" Against amending the constitution," ., 60,526 



NEW-TOfiK LEQISLATCKB. 



lUpBasBNTATivKs IN THE CoLOKiAL Qehbkal Assehbly ow It 
YoBK, PBOM 1691 TO 1777.' 



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ITU, Adolph PhlllpH. 
1T97, Adolph Fhlllpee. 
1T«3, Adolpb FhUlpK. 



1159, William NIeoU. 
1I«I. William Kleoll. 
Philip Llvlngitoo. 



SSW'YORK LEQISLATUBB. 



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108 



SENATORIAL DI8TBICT8. 



Namei. 



Wmet, WUIiam,. 
"WUlet, William,. 
Willet, WUliam,. 
Wlllet, William,. 
WiUet, WiUiam,. 



DistrictB. 



Westchester, . 
Westehester, . 
Westohester, . 
Westehester, . 
Westehester, . 



Years. 



Karnes. 



Districts. 



1701 

170S 9 

lTia-16 

1 T 1 6-88 I Woglom, John, .... 'Bichmond, . . 



Wimie, Peter, -Albany, 

WiDne, Peter, Albany, 

Wisner, Henry, .... jOrange, 



1783 BWoodhull, Nathaniel Saffolk, 



Tears. 

1T87-47 
17&2-61 
175»-«» 
1898-99 
17W-7T 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

I. DiBTBIOTS UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OF 1777. 

Southern District 

By Constitution — (9 senators) — KiDgs, New- York, Queens, Richmond, 
Suffolk, Westchester. 

Act op February 7, 1791 — (8 senators) — Kings, New- York, Queens, 
Richmond, Suffolk, Westchester. 

Act op March 4, 1796*-(9 and 6 senators^)— Kings, New-York, Queens, 
Richmond, Suffolk, Westchester. 

Act op April 17, 1816— (6 senators)— Dutchess, Kings, New-Yoik, 
Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Westchester. 

Middle District. 

By Constitution — (6 senators)— Dutchess, Orange, Ulster. 

Act op February 7, 1791 — (6 senators) — Dutchess, Orange, Ulster. 

Act op March 4, 1796— (12 and 7 senators') Chenango (1798), Colum- 
bia, Delaware (1797), Dutchess, Greene (1800), Orange, Sullivan, Ulster 
(1809). 

Act op April 17, 1816— (9 senators) — Albany, Chenango, Columbia, 
Delaware, Greene, Orange, Otsego, Schoharie, Sullivan, Ulster. 

Eastern District, 

By Constitution — (3 senators) — Charlotte,* Columbia (1786), Cumber- 
land,* Gloucester.* 

Act op February 7, 1791 — (6 senators) — Clinton, Columbia, Rensselaer, 
Washington. 

Act op March 4, 1796— (11 and 8 senators*) — Albany, Clinton, Essex 
(1799), Franklin (1808), Montgomery (after 1803), Rensselaer, Saratoga, 
Schenectady (1809), Warron (1813), Washington. 

Act op April 17, 1816— (8 senators)— Olinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamil- 
ton (1816), Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Montgomery, Rensselaer, St. Law- 
rence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren, Washington. 

Western District, 

By Constitution — (6 members) — ^Albany, Ontario (1789), Tryon. 

Act op February 7, 1791 — (6 members) — Albany, Herkimer, Mont- 
gomery, Onondaga (1794), Ontario, Otsego, Saratoga, Schoharie (1795), 
Tioga (1791). 



1 From 1806 to 1815, five senaton. 

* From 1808 to 1816, seven senators. 

* Now Washington ooonty. 



« Now in the State of Termont 
• From 1806 to 1810, eight senators. 



SENATOBIAL DISTBICT8. 



109 



Act op March 4, 1796— (11, 9 and 12 members*)— Allegany, Broome 
(1806), Cattaraugus (1806), Cayuga (1799), Chautauque (1808), Cortland 
(1808), Genesee (1802), Herkimer, Jefferson (1806), Lewis (1806), Madison 
(1806), Montgomery (till 1808), Niagara (1808), Oneida (1798), Onondaga 
Ontario, Otsego, St. Lawrence (1802), Schoharie, Seneca (1804), Steuben, 
(1796), Tioga. 

Act op April 17, 1815— (9 members) — Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, 
Cayuga, Chautauque, Cortland, Ger.esee, Madison, Niagara, Oneida, Onon- 
daga, Oswego (1816), Seneca, Steaben, Tioga, Tompkins (1817). 

n. Districts under the Constitution of 1821, each entitled 

TO FOUR Senators. * 

First District — Kings, Queens, Richmond, Suffolk, New-York. 

Second District — ^Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland, Orange, Sulliyan, Ulster, 
Westchester. 

Third District — ^Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schenectady, 
Schoharie. 

Fcyrth District — Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton (1838), Hamilton, 
Montgomery, St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Warren, Washington. 

Fifth District — Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Oswego. 

8&th District — Broome, Chemung (1836), Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, 
Otsego, Tioga, Tompkins. 

S^senth District— Cajxisbl, Onondaga, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne (1828). 
Yates (1828). 

Eighth District — Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauque, Erie, Genesee, 
I^yfbgston, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans (1824), Steuben, Wyoming (1841). 



IIL Districts under the Constitution of 1846, each entitled 

to one Senator. ' 



1. Qaeeni, Bicbmond. Suffolk. 
' S. Kiiin. 
8. Ut, Sd. 8d, 4th, 5th and 6th wards, Kew- 

4. 7th, 10ili,18tk and 17th warda, New-York. 

5. 8th, 9th and 14th wards, New-York. 

6. 11th, 12th. 14th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 

2l8t and fUd wards, New-York. 
7* Pntnam. SoeUand, Westeheeter. 

8. CMnmbla, IHitchesa. 

9. Orange, Solliran. 

10. Gx]eene, Ulster. 

11. Albany, Sdieneetady. 
IS. Benssefator. 

18. Saratoga, Washington. 

14. Clinton, Essex, Warren. 

15. Franklin, St Lawrence. 



16. Fulton, Hamilton, Herkiner, M<«it- 



ffomery. 
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17. Delaware, Schoharie. 

18. Chenango, Otsego. 

19. Oneida. 

20. Madison, Oswego. 
2i. Jefferson, Lewi& 
22. Ononda^. 

28. Broome, Cortland, Tioga. 

24. Cayuga, Wayne. 

25. Seneca, Tompkins, Yates 

26. Chemung, Steuben. 

27. Monroe. 

28. Genesee, Niagara, Orleans. 

29. Livingston, Ontario. 

80. Allegany, Wyoming. 

81. Erie. 

82. Cattaraugus, Chaulanqoe. 



1 11 in 1796, 9 in 1808, 12 in 1806. 

> For the apportionnents in 1826 and 1886, see Appendix. 

* For ttie apportionment in 1857, see Appendix. 



10 



110 KEW-TOBK SENATE. 

I. SENATORS UNDBE THE CONSHTUTION Of 1777. 

First Sbssion — 1777-78. 

Ist meeting at KingstoD, began September 9 ; ended October 
7, 1777.^ 

2d meeting at Fougbkeepsie, began January 15 ; ended April 
4, 1778. 

3d meeting at Fougbkeepsie, began June 22 ; ended June SO, 
1778. 

President— VimLKE VAN COKTLANDT. 

Clerk — ^Robert Benson. 

Sergeani-ai-Arms — (March 11, 1778) Stephen Hendrickson. 

Door-keeper and Messenger — ^Victor Bicker. 

Southern District — ^Isaac Roosevelt (1 year), John Morin Scott (1 year), 
Dr. John Jones' (2 years), Jonathan Lawrence (2 years), Lewis Morris 
(2 years), William Floyd (8 years), William Smith (3 years), Pierre Van 
Cortlandt^ (8 years), Philip Livingston, Jr.* (4 years), Richard Morris.* 

Middle District — Henry Wisner (1 year), Jonathan Landon (2 years) 
Zephaniah Piatt (2 years), Arthur Parks (8 years), Levi Pawling ( 4 years)! 
Jesse Woodhnll (4 years). 

£astem District — ^William Dner^ (1 year), Col. John Williams* (8 years), 
Alexander Wehster (4 years). 

Western District — ^Isaac Paris (1 year), Abraham Yates, Jr. (1 year), 
Dirck W. Ten Broeck (2 years), Anthony Van Schaick (8 years), Jellis 
Fonda (4 years), Binier Mynderse (4 years). 

Second Session — 1778-79. 

1st meeting at Pougbkeepsie, began October 1 3 ; ended NoTem- 
ber 6, 1778. 

2d meeting began January 27 ; ended Marcb 17^ 1770. 

Clerk — Robert Benson. 

SoutJiem District— Wiiliam Floyd, Sir James Jay, Knight,* Jonathan 
Lawrence, Richard Morris, Isaac Roosevelt, John Morin Scott, William 
Smith, Isaac Stontenhnrgh.** 

Middle District— J onKthaxi Landon, Arthur Parks, Levi Pawling, Zepha- 
niah Piatt, Henry Wisner, Jesse Woodhnll. 

Eastern District — ^Ehenezer Russell. 

Western District — ^Rinier Mynderse, Jacoh Q. Klock, Dirck W. Ten 
Broeck, Anthony Van Schaick, Ahraham Tates, Jr. 

> Dlspened by the approach of the enemy. * ExpeHed for mtooondoet. Bee O mme B 

* Appointed by oonyentioa. May 8, 1T77. Mttnitet^ A», r<A, 1, p* M» aeeralar)^ 

* Vacated flrom ill health, Feb. 86^1778. ofBoe, for an aceooBt of an atleiBpt to 

* Ohoeen lieut. governor, June 80, 17Z3. remove him. 

* Died before second meeting. * Appointed bv assembly, October T, 17TS| 

* Appointed by assembly, lurch 4, 1778, in place of Livingston, deceased. 

«. Jones. ** Appointed October 18, tn plaoe of Taa 

* Vacated at the end of first meeting. Cortland, lientenant-goyenior. 



NEW-YORK SENATE. Ill 

Third Session — 1779-80. 

Ist meeting at Kingston, b^an August 24; ended October 
25, 1779. 

2d meeting at Albany, began January 27 ; ended March 14, 
1780. 

3d meeting at Kingston, began April 22 ; ended July 2, 1780. 
Clerk — ^Robert Benson. 

Southern District — ^William Floyd, Sir James Jay, Jonathan Lawrence, 
Lewis Morris, Richard Morris,' Isaac Roosevelt, John Morin Scott, William 
Smith, Isaac Stoutenburgh, Stephen Ward.' 

Middle District — Ephraim Paine, Arthur Parks, Levi Pawling, Zepha- 
nlah Piatt, Henry Wisner, Jesse Woodhull. 

Eastern District — ^Elishama Tozer,' Alexander Webster. 

Western District — Jellis Fonda, Jacob O. Klock, Rinier Mynderse, Abra- 
ham Ten Broeck, Anthony Tan Schaick, Abraham Tates, Jr. 

Fourth Session — 1780-81. 

list meeting at Poughkeepsie, began September 7 ; ended Oc* 
tober 10, 1780. 

2d meeting at Albany, began January 17 ; ended March 31, 
1781. 

3d meeting at Pougbkeepsie, began June 15 ; ended July 1, 
1781. 

Clerh — ^Robert Benson. 

Southern District — ^William Floyd, Sir James Jay, Jonathan Lawrence, 
Lewis Morris, Isaac Roosevelt, John Morin Scott, William Smith, Isaac 
Stoutenburgh, Stephen Ward. 

Middle District — Ephraim Paine,* Arthur Parks, Levi Pawling, Zepha-# 
niah Piatt, Henry Wisner, Jesse Woodhull. 

Eastern District — Ebenezer Russell, Alexander Webster. 

Western District — Jellis Fonda, Jacob G. Klock, Rinier Mynderse, Philip 
Schuyler, Abraham Ten Broeck, Abraham Yates, Jr. 

Fifth Session — 1781-82, 

1st meeting at Poughkeepsie, began October 10; ended No- 
vember 3, 1781. 

2d meeting began February 23 ; ended April 14, 1782. 

Clerk — Robert Benson. 

Southern District — William Floyd, Sir James Jay,* Jonathan Lawrence, 
Iiaao Roosevelt, John Morin Scott, William Smith, Isaac Stoutenburgh, 
Stephen Ward. 

• 

1 Appointed chief JiMtlee of New-York sapreme court, October S8, 1779. 

* Appointed by flasembly in place of B. MorriB, Febmary 15, 1780. 

* Attended third meeting only. 

* ExpMled, March 15, 1 TBI, for neglect of dnt/. 

* Beat declared Vacant from tnabiuty to attend, being a prisoner. 



112 NEW-TORK SENATE. 

Middle DiHrict — John Haring, Thomas PahneTi Arihar ParkSi Leri 
Pawling, Zepbaniah Piatt, Honry Wisner. 

EoMtem District — Alexander Webster. 

Weaiern District — Jacob O. Kiock, Henry Oothondt, Philip Schuyler, 
Abraham Ten Broeck, William B. Whiting, Abraham Yates, Jr. 

Sixth Session — 1782-83. 

Ist meeting at Poughkeepsie, began Juljr 8 ; ended Julj 25, 
1782. 

2d meeting at Kingston, began January 27 ; ended Marcli 27, 
1783. 

Clerk — RoBRRT Brnson. 

Southern District — James Duane,' William Floyd, Jonathan Lawrence^ 
Isaac Roosevelt, William Smith, Isaac Stoutenburgh, Stephen Ward. 

Middle District — William Allison, John Haring, Ephraim Paine,' Tho 
mas Palmer, Arthur Parks, Zepbaniah Piatt. 

JsJastern District — Alexander Webster, John Williams. 

Western District — Jacob G. Klock, Henry Oothoudt, Philip Schuyler 
Abraham Ton Broeck, William B. Whiting, Abraham Yates, Jr. 

Seventh Session — 1784. 
At New-York, began January 21 ; ended May 12, 1784. 

[A new olMBlflcatlon of lenators was made, January 27, 1784.] 
Clerki — Robert Benson till February 18; Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern District — James Dnane, William Floyd, Ezra L'Hommedieu, 
Alexander McDougall, Lewis Morris, Isaac Roosevelt, Isaac Stoutenburgh, 
Samuel Townsend, Stephen Ward. 

Middle District — William Allison, Joseph Gasherie, John Haring, Tho- 
mas Palmer," Ephraim Paine, Arthur Parks, Jacobus Swartwoat. 

Eastern District — Alexander Webster, John Williams. 

Western District — Andrew Finck, Jacob Q. Klock, Henry Oothoudt, 
Philip Schuyler, WiUiam B. Whiting, Abraham Tates, Jr. 

Eighth Session — 1784-85. 

Ist meeting at New-York, began October 18 ; ended November 
29, 1784. 

2d meeting began Jannary 24 ; ended April 27, 1785. 

Clerk — Abraham B. Banckrr. 

Southern District — James Duane, William Floyd, Ezra L'Hommedien, 
Alexander McDougall, Lewis Morris, Isaac Roosevelt, Isaac Stoutenburgh, 
Samuel Townsend, Stephen Ward. 

Middle District — William Allison, Joseph Qasherle, John Haringi 
Ephraim Paine, Arthur Parks, Jacobus Swartwout. 



> Appolnte<1 by Mtembly, July 99, 1789, to plaoe of Sir James Jay. a prlsoiMr, and 

ftbMDt on parole. 
"In plaoe of Pawling, deceased. 

> Beat declared vaoaot from expiration of term, January 9t, 178i. 



mSW-YOBK 8BNATB. 113 

Eastern Dtsiriei — Ebenesor Russell, Alexander Webster, John Williams. 
Western District — Andrew Finck, Jacob G. Klock, William B. Whitinfl^ 
Abraham Yates, Jr. 

Ninth Session — iTse, 
At New-York, began Januarj 16; ended May 6, 1786. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern District — William Floyd, Ezra LHommedieu, Alexander 
McDoagall/ Lewis Morris, Isaac Roosevelt, Isaac Stoutenburgh, Thomas 
Tpedwell, Samael Townsend, Stephen Ward. 

Middle District — William Allison, Joseph Gasherie, John Haring, 
Arthur Parka, Jacobus Swartwout. 

Eastern District — David Hopkins, Ebenezer Rossell, John Williams. 

Western District ^Yolkert P. Douw, Andrew Finck, Philip Schuyler, 
Peter Van Ness, Abraham Yates, Jr. 

Tenth Session — 1787, 
At New-York, began January 13 ; ended April 21, 178Y. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

SotUhcm District — William Floyd, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Lewis Morril, 
Isaac Stoutenburgh, Samuel Townsend, Thomas Tredwell, John Yanderbilt, 
Stephen Ward. 

Middle District — Joseph Gasherie, John Haring, John Hathom, Cor- 
nelius Hamfrey, Arthur Parks, Jacobus Swartwout. 

Eastern District — David Hopkins, Ebenezer Russell, John Williams. 

Western District — Volkert P. Douw, Andrew Finck. Peter Schuyler, 
Philip Schuyler, Peter Van Ness, Abraham Yates, Jr. 

Eleventh Session — 1788, 
At Poughkeepsie, b^an January 11 ; ended March 22, 1788. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern District — James Duane, William Floyd, Ezra L'Hommedieu, 
John Lawrence, Lewis Morris, Thomas Tredwell, John Yanderbilt, Samuel 
Townsend. 

Middle District — John Haring, John Hathom, Anthony Hoflfinan Arthur 
Parks, Jacobus Swartwout, Cornelius HumfVey. 
- Eastern District — David Hopkins, Ebenezer Russell, John Williams. 

Western District ^Yoll^Tt P. Douw, Jellis Fonda, Peter Schuyler, 
Philip Schuyler, Peter Yan Ness, Abraham Tates, Jr. 

Twelfth Session — 1789. 
At Albany, began December 11, 1788 ; ended March 3, 1789. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Banckbr. 

Southern District — James Duane, John Lawrence, Essra L'Hommedieu, 
Paul Micheau, Lewis Morris, Isaac Roosevelt, Samuel Townsend, Thomas 
Tredwell, John Yanderbilt. 

> Died during the year. 
♦lO 



114 NEW-YOBK 6BNATB; 

Middle District — James Clinton, John Hathorn, John Haring, Anthony 
Hofifman, Coraolius Uumfrey, Jacobus Swartwout. 

Eastern District — David Hopkins. Edward Savage, John Williams. 

Western, District — Volkert P. Douw, Jellis Fonda, Peter Schuyler, 
Philip Schuyler, Peter Van Ness, Abraham Yates, Jr. 

Thirteenth Session — 1789-90. 

Ist meeting at Albany, began July 6; ended July 16, 1789. 
2d meeting at New- York, began January 12; ended April G, 
1790. 

Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Soidhem District — James Duane,' John Lawrence,' Ezra L'Homme- 
dieu, Philip Livingston, Paul Micbeau, Lewis Morris, Isaac Roosevelt, 
Samuel Townsend,' John Yanderbilt. 

Middle District — John Cantine, James Carpenter, James Clinton, John 
Hathorn,' Anthony Hoffman, Jacobus Swartwout. 

Eastern District — Edward Savage, Alexander Webster, John Williams. 

Western District — Yolkert P. Douw, Jellis Fonda, Peter Schuyler, Philip 
Schuyler,* Peter Van Ness, Abraham Yates, Jr. 

Fourteenth Session — 1791. 
At New-York, began January 6 ; ended March 24, 1791. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern District — ^David Gelston, Samuel Jones,* Peter Lefferts,* Ezra 
L'Hommedieu, Philip Livingston, Paul Micbeau, Isaac Boosevelt, Philip 
Van Cortlandt. 

Middle District — John Cantine, James Carpenter, James Clinton, David 
Pye, Jacobus Swartwout, Thomas Tillotson.^ 

Eastern District — Edward Savage, Alexander Webster, John Williams. 

Western District — ^Yolkert P. Douw, Jellis Fonda, Leonard Qansevoort,* 
Peter Schuyler, Peter Van Ness, Stephen Van Rensselaer. 

Fifteenth Session — 1792. 
At New- York, began January 6 ; ended April 12, 1792. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern District — David Gelston, Samuel Jones, Ezra L'Hommedieu, 
Philip Livingston, Paul Micbeau, Isaac Roosevelt, Joshua Sands, PMlip 
Van Cortlandt. 

Middle District — John Cantine, James Carpenter, James Clinton, David 
Pye, Thomas Tillotson, Jacobus Swartwout. 

Eastern District — ^William Powers, Edward Savage, Alexander Webster, 
John Williams. 

Western District — Volkert P. Douw, Le<mard Gansevoort, Peter Schuyler, 
Philip Schuyler, Peter Van Ness, Stephen Van Bensselaer. 

1 Beat vacant, Jan. 27, 1790, flrom having * Vacant ftom being ehoseii IJ. & 

been appointed a Jadge in U. 8. eonrt. * In place of Lawrence. 

s Seat vacated flrom being elected to eon- * In place of Dnane. 

gnm , * In place of HcMBknan. 

• Died belbre ezpintSon oT tenn. * In plaee of PhlUp Behaytar. 



KSW-YORK SENATE. 115 

Sixteenth Sessiok — 1792-98. 
At New-York, began November 6, 1792 ; ended March 12, 1793. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern District — Henry Cruger, David Gelston, Samuel Jones, Philip 
Livingston, Joshua Sands, John Schenck, Sclah Strong, Philip Van CortlandU 

Middle District — John Cantine, James Carpenter, Joseph Hasbrouck, 
David Pye, Jacobus Swartwout, Thomas Tillotson. 

Eastern District— John Livingston, William Powers, Alexander Webster, 
John Wttliams, Robert Woodworth. 

Western District — Volkert P. Douw, John Frey,' Leonard Gansevoort, 
Philip Schuyler, Stephen Van Rensselaer. 

Seventeenth Session — 1794. 

At Albany, began January 7 ; ended March 27, 1794. 
Clerk — ^Abraham B. Bancker. 

Sovihem District — Matthew Clarkson,* Henry Cruger, David Gelston, 
Samuel Jones, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Joseph Sands, John Schenck, Selah 
Strong. 

Middle District — John Cantine, Joseph Hasbrouck, Reuben Hopkins, 
David Pye, Jacobus Swartwout, Thomas Tillotson. 

EcLstem District — Zina Hitchcock, John Livingston, William Powers, 
John Williams, Robert Woodworth. 

Western District— John Frey, Michael Myers, Philip Schuyler, Stephen 
Van Rensselaer, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven. 

Eighteenth Session — 1795. 

At Poughkeepsie, began January 6 ; adjourned to New- York, 
January 14, and continued from January 20 to April 9, 1795. 

Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Souihem District — Matthew Clarkson, Henry Cruger, Richard Hatfield, 
Samuel Jones, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Joshua Sands, John Schenck, Selah 
Strong. 

Middle District — John Cantine, John D. Coe, Joseph Hasbrouck, Reu- 
ben Hopkins, Jacobus Swartwout, Thomas Tillotson. 

Eastern District — Zina Hitchcock, John Livingston, William Powers, 
John WiUkuns, Robert Woodworth. 

Western District — John Frey, Michael Myers, Philip Schuyler, Stephen 
Yao Rensselaer, Jacobus Yan Schoonhoven. 

Nineteenth Session — 1796. 
At New-York, began January 6 ; ended April 11, 1796. 

Clerk — ^Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern District — Henry Cruger, Richard Hatfield, Samuel Jones, Ezra 
L'Hommedieu, Philip Livingston,' Joshua Sands, John Schenck, Selah 
Strong. 

1 In place of Peter Sebnyler, deceased. * In place of Matthew Clarkson. 

* In place of Pkttip Van Oortlandt. 



116 17EW-T0RK SENATE. 

Middle Ditirict — John Cantine, John D. Ooe, Joseph Hasbroack, Reaben 
Hopkins, Abraham Schenck, Thomas Tillotson. 

Eastern District — Zina Hitchcock, John Liyuigston, Ebenezer Russell, 
Ambrose Spencer,* Robert Woodworth. 

Western District — John Frey, Michael Myers, Philip Schuyler, Jacobus 
Van Schoonhoven. 

Twentieth Session {Forty-tkree members) — 1796— 9 Y, 

1st meeting at New- York, began November 1 ; ended Novem- 
ber 11, 1796. 

2d meeting at Albany, began January 3 ; ended April 3, 1797. 

Clerk — ^Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern District — Samuel Haight, Richard Hatfield, Samuel Jones, 
Ezra L'Hommedieu, Philip Livingston, Andrew Onderdonk, Joshua Sands, 
Selah Strong, James Watson. 

Middle District — John iCantine, John D. Coe, Reuben Hopkins, Robert 
Sands, Abraham Schenck, Christopher Tappen, Thomas Tillotson, William 
Thompson. 

Eastern District — Leonard Bronk, Ebenezer Clark, Leonard Gansevoort, 
Zina Hitchcock, Francis NicoU, Ebenezer Russell, James Savage. Peter 
Silvester, Ambrose Spencer, Anthony Ten Eyck, Moses Vail, Jocobus Van 
Schoonhoven. 

Western District — Abraham Amdt, Johannes Dietz, John Frey, Thomas 
R. Goldj James Gordon, Vincent Matthews, Jacob Morris, Thomas Morris, 
Michael Myers, John Richardson, Jedediah Sanger, Philip Schuyler, Joseph 
White. 

Twenty-First Session — 1798. 

At Albany, began January 2 ; ended April 6, 1798. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Sovihem District — Samuel Haight, Richard Hatfield, Samuel Jones, 
Ezra L'Hommedieu, Philip Livingston, Selah Strong, James Watson. 

Middle District—- John Addison, Peter Cantine, Jr., John D. Coe, James 
G. Graham, Robert Sands, James Savage, Abraham Schenck, Peter Sil- 
vester, Ambrose Spencer, Thomas Tappen, William Thompson, Thomas 
Tillotson. 

Eastern District — Leonard Bronk, Ebenezer Clark, Leonard* G^ansevoort, 

-James Gordon, Zina Hitchcock, Francis Nicoll, Ebenezer Russell, Anthony 

Ten Eyck, Moses Vail^ Jacobus Van Schoonhoven, Abraham Van Vechten. 

Western District — Abraham Amdt, John Frey, Thomas R. Gold, Vincent 
Matthews, Jacob Morris, Thomas Morris, Michael Myers, Seth Phelps, 
Jedediah Sanger, Joseph White. 

> In place of John Wimams. 



NEW-TOBK SENATE. 117 

Twenty-Second Session — 1798-9. 

1st meeting b^an August 9 ; ended August 27, 1798. 
2d meeting began January 3 ; ended April 3, 1799. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Souihem Districi — De Witt Clinton, William Denning, David Gelston, 
Samuel Haight, Richard Hatfield, Samuel Jones, Ezra L'Hommedieu, John 
Schenck, Selah Strong. 

Middle Dis&tct — John Addison, Peter Cantine, Jr., Ebenezer Foote, 
James O. Graham, Robert Sands, James Savage, Abraham Schenck, Peter 
Silvester, Ambrose Spencer, Christopher Tappen, William Thompson, 
Thomas Tillotson. 

Eastern JHstrtet — Leonard Bronk, Ebenezer Clark, James Gordon, 
Zina Hitchcock, Ebenezer Russell, John Sanders, Anthony Ten Eyck, 
Moses Vail, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven, Abraham Van Yechten. 

Western District — William Beekman, John Frey, Leonard Gansevoort, 
Froderick Gettman, Thomas R. Gold, Vincent Matthews, Jacob Morris, 
Thomas Morris, Michael Myers, Seth Phelps, Jedediah Sanger, Joseoh 
White. 

Twenty-Third Session -1800. 

B^an Januaiy 28 ; ended April 8, 1800. 
Cflerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Southern Distriet^Ve Witt Clinton, John B. Coles, William Denninisf, 
David Gelston, Samuel Haight, Richard Hatfield, Ezra L'Hommedieu, 
John Schenck, Selah Strong. 

Middle District— John Addison, Isaac Bloom, Peter Cantine, Jr., Eben- 
ezer Foote, James G. Graham, John Hathom, Robert Sands, James Savage, 
Peter Silvester, Ambrose Spencer, John Sufifem, William Thompson. 

Eastern District — Leonard Bronk, Ebenezer Clark, Leonard Ganse- 
voort, James Gordon, Zina Hitchcock, Ebenezer RasscU, John Zanders, 
Anthony Ten Eyck, Moses Tail, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven, Abraham Van 
Vechten. 

Western District — William Beekman. John Frey, Frederick Gettman, 
Thomas R. Gold, Moss Kent, Vincent Matthews, Jacob Moms, Thomas 
Morris, Michael Myers, Seth Phelps, Jedediah Sanger. 



Twenty-Fourth Session — 1 800 — 1 . 

1st meeting began November 4 ; ended November 7, 1800. 
2d meeting began January 27; ended April 8, 1801. 
Clerk — Abraham B. Bancker. 

Sovihem District — De Witt Clinton, John B. Coles, William Denningt 
David (Alston, Richard Hatfield, Benjamin Huntting, Ezra L'Hommedieu, 
Ebenezer Purdy, John Schenck. 

Middle District — Isaac Bloom, Jacobus S. Bruyn, Peter Cantine, Jr., 
Ebenezer Foote, James G. Graham, John Hathom, John C. Hogeboom, 
Ambrose Spencer, John Suffern, Solomon Sutherland, David Van Ness, 
James W. Wilson. 



118 NEW-TOHK SENATE. 

Eastern i>i9^rM^-—EbeQezer Clark, Leonard Qanseyoort, James Qordon, 
Zina Hitchcock, Stephen Lush, Ebenezer Russell, John Sanders, Anthony 
Ten Eyck, Moses Vail, Jacobus Van Schoonhoyen, Abraham Van Vechten. 

Western District — William Beekman, John Frey, Frederick Qettman, 
Thomas R. Gold, Moss Kent, Vincent Matthews, Thomas Morris, Michael 
Myers, Seth Phelps, Robert Boseboom, Jedediah Sanger. 

Twenty-Fifth Session — 1802. 

Began January 26 ; ended April 5, 1802. 

Clerks — Abraham B. Banckcr. (April 6), Hbnrt I. Bleeckcr. 

SotUhern District — De Witt Clinton, John B. Coles, William Denning, 
David Gelston, Richard Hatfield, Benjamin Huntting, Ezra L'Hommedieu, 
Ebenezer Purdy, John Schenck. 

Middle District — Isaac Bloom, Jacobus S. Bruyn, Ebenezer Foote, 
James G. Graham, John Hathorn, John C. Hogeboom, Ambrose Spencer, 
John Sufiem, Solomon Sutherland, Peter A. Van Bergen, David Van Ness, 
James W. Wilkin. 

JScistern District — Ebenezer Clark, Leonard C^sevoort, James Gordon, 
Zina Hitchcock, Christopher Hutton, Stephen Lush, Ebenezer Russell, 
John Sanders, Edward Savage, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven, John Tayler, 
Abraham Van Vechten. 

Western District — William Beekman, Lemuel Chipman, Isaac Foote, 
John Frey, Frederick Gettman, Thomas R. Gold, Moss Kent, Vincent 
Matthews, John Meyer, Robert Roseboom, Jedediah Sanger. 

Twenty-Sixth Session — 1803. 

Began January 25; ended April 6, 1803. 
Clerk — Henrt I. Bleecker. 

Souihem District — William Denning, Richard Hatfield, Beqjamin 
Huntting, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Ebenezer Purdy, John Schenck. 

Middle District — Abraham Adriance, Peter A. Van Bergen, Jacobus S. 
Bruyn, John Hathorn, John C. Hogeboom, John Sufiem, Solomon Suther- 
land, James W. Wilkin. 

Eastern District — James Gordon, Zina Hitchcock, Ebenezer BusseU, 
Edward Savage, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven, Abraham Van Vechten. 

Western District — Joseph Annin, Lemuel Chipman, AsaDanforth, Isaac 
Foote, Moss Kent, Vincent Matthews, Robert Roseboom, Jedediah Sanger, 
Jacob Snell, Matthias B. Tallmadge, George Tifiany. 

Twenty-Seventh Session — 1804. 

Began January 31; ended April 11, 1804. 
Clerk — Henry I. Bleecker. 

Southern District — John Broome, William Denning, Benjamin Himi- 
Ung, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Ebenezer Purdy, John Schenck. 

Middle District — Abraham Adriance, Joshua H. Brett, Jacobus S. 
Bruyn, James Burt, John C. Hogeboom, Robert Johnston, Peter A. Van 
Bergen, James W. Wilkin. 



NEW-TOBK SEKATB. 119 

Eastern District — James QordcHi, Edward Savage, John Tayler, Tho- 
mas Tredwell, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven, Abraham Van Vechten, Simon 
Veeder, John Woodworth, 

Western District — Joseph Amun, Lemuel Ghlpman, Asa Danforth, 
Isaac Foote, Caleb Hyde, Robert Roseboom, Jacob Snell, Matthias B. 
Tallmadge, Qeorge Tiflmy, Jedediah Sanger. 

Twenty-Eighth Session — 1804-6, 

1st meeting began November 6 ; ended November 12, 1804. 
2d meeting began January 23 ; ended April 10, 1806. 
Clerk — Henry I. Bleeckkr. 

Southern District — William Denning, Ezra L'Hommedien, Ebenezer 
Pnrdy, John Schenck, Thomas Thomas. 

Middle District — Abraham Adriance, Samuel Brewster, Jacobus 8. 
Bmyn, Joshua H. Brett, James Burt, Stephen Hogeboom, Robei-t John- 
aUm. 

Eastern District — Edward Savage, Stephen Thorn, John Tayler, Tho- 
mas Tredwell, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven, Abraham Van Vechten, Simon 
Veeder, John Woodworth. 

Western District — Joseph Annin, Lemuel Ohipman, Asa Danforth, 
Isaac Footc, Henry Huntington, Caleb Hyde, Jedediah Peck, Jacob Snell, 
Matthias B. Tallmadge, George Tifiany. 

Twenty-Ninth Session — 1806. 

Began January 28 ; ended April 7, 1806. 
Clerh — Henry I. Bleecker. . 

Southern District —'Df^ Witt Clinton,' William Denning, Ezra L'Honune- 
dieu, Ebenezer Purdy,* John Schenck, Thomas Thomas. 

Middle District — Peter C. Adams, Abraham Adriance, Joshua H. Brett, 
Samuel Brewster, James Burt, James G. Graham, Stephen Hogeboom, 
Robert Johnston. 

Eastern District — Adam Comstock, Edward Savage, John Tayler, 
Stephen Thorn, Thomas Tredwell, John Veeder, John Woodworth, 
Joseph C. Tates. 

Western District — Joseph Annin, Asa Danforth, Henry Huntington, 
Caleb Hyde, Nathaniel Locke, John Nicholas, Jedediah Peck, George 
Tiffimy. 

Thirtieth Session — 1807. 

Began January 27; ended April 7, 1807. 

Clerk — Henry I. Bleecker. (Feb. 2), Solomon Southwick. 

Southern District — De Witt Clinton, Benjamin Coe, William Denning, 
Ez^ L'Hommedieu, Thomas Thomas, Jonathan Ward. 

Middle District — Peter C. Adams, Elisha Bariow, Joshua H. Brett, 
Samuel Brewster, James Burt, James G. Graham, Stephen Hogeboom, 
Robert Johnson. 

> Jsk place of Broome, elected Heatenftnt-goyemor. 
• Sedgned, March !«, 180«. 



120 ;{rEW-TOBK sbnate. 

. Eastern District — Adam Gomstock, Edward Satige, Jacob SneU, John 
Taylor, Stephen Thoro, Thomas Tredwell, John Woodworth, John 
Yeeder, Joseph C. Yates. 

Western District — John Ballard, Salmon Buell, Jacob Gebhard, Henry 
Hmitington, Caleb Hyde, Nathaniel Locke, John Nicholas, Jedediah Peck, 
Nathan Smith. 

Thirty-First Session — 1808. 

Began January 26 ; ended April 11, 1808. 

Clerk — Solomon Southwick. (Feb. 12), Sebastian Yisscher. 

Southern District — De Witt Clinton, Benjamin Coe, William Dnming, 
Ezra L'Hommedieu, Thomas Thomas, Jonathan Ward. 

Middle District — Peter C. Adams, Elisha Barlow, Joshua H. Brett, 
Samuel Brewster, James Burt, James G. Graham, Stephen Hogeboom, 
Robert Williams. 

EaMern District — Adam Comstock, Isaac Kellogg, John McLean, 
Charles Selden, Jacob Snell, John Taylor, Stephen Thorn, John Yeeder, 
Joseph C. Yates.' 

Western District — John Ballard, Salmon Buell, William Floyd,* Jacob 
Gebhard, Nathaniel Locke, John Nicholas, Jedediah Peck, Alexander Bea, 
Nathan Smith. 

Thirty-Second Session — 1808-9. 

1st meeting began November 1 ; ended November 8, 1808. 
2d meeting began January 18 ; ended Mareh 30, 1809. 

Clerk — Sebastian Yisscher. 

SmUhern District --TkiWiii Clinton, Benjamin Coe, William W. Gilbert, 
Ezra L'Hommedieu, Jonathan Ward. 

Middle District — Peter C. Adams, Elisha Barlow, Joshua H. Brett, 
James Burt, James G. Graham, Edward P. Livingston, Bobert Williams. 

Eastern District — Adam Comstock, David Hopkins, Isaac Kellogg 
John McLean, Charles Selden, Jacob Snell, John Taylor, John Yeeder. 

Western District — John Ballard, Francis A. Bloodgood, Salmon Buell, 
Jacob Gebhard, Silas Halsey, Nathaniel Locke, Walter Martin, John 
Nicholas, Alexander Bea, Luther Rich, Sylvanus Smalley, Nathan Smith. 

Thirty-Third Session — 1810, 

Began January 30; ended April 6, 1810. 
Clerk — Sebastian Yisscher. 

Southern District —Ismdl Carl, De WiU Clinton, Bei\jamin Coe, WillSam 
W. Gilbert, Jonathan Ward. 

Middle District — Elisha Barlow, Joshua H. Brett, Johannis Bnqtii, 
James Burt, Samuel Haight, Edward P. Livingston, Bobert Williama. 

Eastern District — David Hopkins, Isaac Kellogg, John McLean, DhM 
Paris, Charles Selden, Jacob Snell, John Stearns, John Tayler. 

1 Yacant flrom accepting a seat in sapreine court Act April tl, 1806, $ 47- 
* In piace oi HtmUogtoii, resigned. 



NKW-YOBK 8SNATB. 121 

Wadmm DitiiHet'^ John Ballard, Francis Bloodgood, Salmon Baell, 
Iseob Qebhard, Amos Hall, Walter Martin, Seth Phelps, Jonas Piatt. 
Alexander Bea, Luther fitch, Sylvanos Smallej, Nathan Smith. 

Thirty-Fourth Sbssion — 1811. 

Began January 29; ended April 9, 1811. 

PresiderU pro tempore— JOBN TAYLER.' 
Clerk — Sebastian Yisschbr. 

Southern District — Israel Carl, De Witt Clinton, Benjamin Coe, William 
W. Oilbert, Ebenezer White. 

Middle District — Joshua H. Brett, Johannis Bruyn, Samuel Haight, 
Morgan Lewis, Edward P. Livingston, James W. Wilkin, Robert Williams. 

^ksiem District — Dayid Hopkins, Isaac Kellogg, John McLean, Daniel 
Paris, Charles Selden, John Steams, John Tayler, Henry Yates, Jr. 

Western District — Francis A. Bloodgood, Amos Hall, Reuben Hum- 
phreys, Walter Martin, Seth Phelps, Jonas Piatt, Alexander Rea, Luther 
Rich, Sylvanus Smalley, Nathan Smith, Phlletus Swift, Henry A. Town- 
send. 

Thirty-Fifth Session — 1812. 

Began January 28; ended June 19, 1812. 
Clerk — Sebastian Yisscher. 

Southern District -^Istfiel Carl, Benjamin Coe, William W. Gilbert, Na- 
than Sanford, Ebenezer White. 

Middle District — Johannis Bruyn, Samuel Haight, Morgan Lewis, Ed- 
ward P. Livingston, Erastus Root, William Taylor, James W. Wilkin. 

Ecuiem District — Elisha Arnold, Eitchel Bishop, David Hopkins, Bug- 
gies Hubbard, Daniel Paris, John Stearns, John Tayler, Henry Yates, Jr. 

Western District — Francis A. Bloodgood, Amos Hall, Reuben, Hum- 
phreys, Walter Martin, Seth Phelps, Jonas Piatt, Luther Rich, Casper 
M. Bouse, Sylvanus Smalley, Nathan Smith, Philetus Swift, Henry A. 
TowQsend. 

Thirty-Sixth Session — 1812-13. 

Ist meeting began November 3 ; ended November 11, 1812. 
2d meeting began January 12 ; ended April 13, 1813. 

Clerk — Sebastian YisscHER. 

Southern District --IwdLeX Carl, Elbert H. Jones, Peter W. Radcliff, 
Nathan Sanfbrd, Ebenezer White. 

Middle District — Johannis Bruyn, Samuel Haight, Morgan Lewis, 
Erastus Boot, William Tabor, Martin Yan Buren, James W. Wilkin. 

MouUrn District — Elisha Arnold, ELitchel Bishop, Buggies Hubbard, 
Skniel Paris, John Steams, John Tayler, Gerrit Wendell, Henry Yates, Jr. 

Wegtem District — Russell Attwater, Francis A. Bloodgood, Archibald 
S.Clarke, Henry Hager, Amos Hall, Reuben Humphreys, Seth Phelps, Jonas 
Piatt, Casper M. Rouse, Nathan Smith, Philetus Swift, Henry A. Townsend. 

> Cliosen January 89, and served doring the tenion. 
11 



122 KEW-TORK SKKATB. 



Thirtt-Skventh Session — 1814. 

Began January 25 ; ended April 15, 1814. 
Clerh — John F. Bacon. 

Southern District — Jonathan Dayton, Elbert H. Jones, Peter W. Radcliff, 
Nathan Sanford, Ebenezer White. 

Middle District — Lucas Elmendorff, Morgan Lewis, Erastus Root, Wil- 
liam Tabor, Martin Van Buren, Samuel G. Verbryck, James W. Wilkin. 

Eastern District — Elisba Arnold, Kitcbel Bishop, James Cochran, Bug- 
gies Hubbard, Samuel Stewart, Gerrit Wendell, Henry Yates, Jr. 

Western District — Russell Attwater, Francis A. Bloodgood, Henry 
Bloom, Archibald S. Clarke, Henry Hager, Reuben Humphreys, Perley 
Reyes, Casper M. Rouse, Nathan Smi&, Farrand Stranahan, Philettts 
Swift, Henry A. Townsend. 

Thirty-Eighth Session — 1814-15. 

Ist meeting began September 26 ; ended October 24, 1814. 
2d meeting began January 31 ; ended April 18, 1815. 

Cflerk — John F, Bacon. 

Southern District — Darius Crosby, Jonathan Dayton, Elbert H. Jones,' 
Peter W. Radcliff; Nathan Sanford. 

Middle District — Moses I. Cantine, Lucas Elmendorff, Erastus Root, 
William Ross, William Tabor, Martin Van Buren, Samuel G. Verbryck. 

JSastem District — Elisha Arnold, Kitchel Bishop, James Cochran, Bug- 
gies Hubbard, Guert Van Schoonhoven, Samuel Stewart, George Tibbits, 
Gerrit Wendell. 

We^iem District — Russell Attwater, Bennett Bicknell, Francis A. Blood 
good, Henry Bloom, Archibald S. Clarke, Henry Hager, Perley Keyes, 
Ohaunoey Loomis, John 1. Prendergast, Casper M. Rouse, Farrand Blrana- 
han, Philetus Swift. 

Thirty-Ninth Session — 1816, 

Began January 30; ended April 17, 1816. 
CUrh — John F. Bacon. 

So^hem District — Jacob Barker, Darius Crosby, Jonathan Dayton, 
Peter R. Liyingston, Peter W. RadclifT, Samuel G. Verbryck. 

Middle District — Moses I. Cantine, Lucas Elmendorff, Henry Hager, 
Isaac Ogden, William Ross, Martin Van Buren, Abraham Van Vechten. 

E<uUm District — DaTid Allen, Russell Attwater, James Cochrao, Hen^ 
J. Frey, Ralph Hascall, Perley Keyes, John I. Prendergast, Samuel St«wan, 
George Tibbits, Gerrit WendeU. 

Western District — Stephen Bates, Bennet Bicknell, Fiancte A. Btood- 
good, Henry Bloom, Archibald S.* Clarke, Chauncey Loomis, Hemy fhj- 
moar, FarntDd Stranahan. 

> Beslgned, Mureh 6, 1815, from fll health. 



NEW-YORK 8EKATB. 123 

Fortieth Session — 1816-17. 

1st meeting began November 5 ; ended November 12, 1816. 
2d meeting began January 14; ended April 14, 1817. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

Southern JHstriti — Walter Bowne, Darius Crosby, Jonathan Dayton, 
/ohn D. Ditmis, Peter B. Livingston, Samuel Q. Yerbryck. 

Middle District — Moses I. Cantine, Lucas Ehnendorff, John Noyes, Isaac 
Ogden^ William Boss, Peter Swart, Martin Van Buren, Abraham Van 
Vechten. 

Bcutem District — David Allen, James Cochran, Henry J. Frey, Ralph 
Hasoall, Perley Keyes, John I. Preudergast, Samuel Stewart, George 
Tibbits. 

Western District — Stephen Bates, Henry Bicknell, Henry Bloom, 
Ephraim Hart, John Knox, Chauncey Loomis, William Mallory, Henry 
Seymour, Philetos SwifL 

FoETT-FiBST Session — 1818. 

Began January 27; ended April 21, 1818. 
CHerk — John F. Bacon. 

Stntthem District — Stephen Bamnm, Walter Bowne, Darius Crosby, 
Jonathan Dayton, John D. Ditmis, Pet§r R. Livingston. 
' Middle District — Moses L Cantine, Jabez D. Hammond, John Louns- 
bery, John Noyes, Isaac Ogden, William Ross, Peter Swart, Martin Van 
Buren, Abraham Van Vechten. 

Eastern District — David Allen, Henry J. Frey, Ralph Hascall, John I. 
Preodergaat, Roger Skinner, Qeorge Tibbits, Henry Yates, Jr., Samuel 
Young. 

Western District — Stephen Bates, Bennet Bicknell, Ephraim Hart, John 
Knox, William Mallory, Jediah Prendergast, Henry Seymour, Philetus 
Swift, Isaac Wilson. 

Forty-Second Session — 1819. 

Began January 5; ended April 3, 1819. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

Scndhem District — Stephen Barnum, Walter Bowne, Darius Crosby,' 
Jonathan Dayton, John D. Ditmis, Peter B. Livingston. 

Middle District — Moses Austin, Jabez D. Hammond, John Lounsbery, 
John Koyes, Isaac Ogden, William Ross, Peter Swart, Martin Van Buren, 
Abraham Van Vechten. 

Eastern District — Levi Adams, David Allen, Henry J. Frey, Ralph 
Hasoall, George Rosecrantz, Roger Skinner, Henry Yates, Jr., Samuel 
Young. 

' Western District — Gamaliel Barstow, Stephen Bates, Perry G. Childs, 
David E. Evans, Ephraim Hart, John Knox, William Mallory, Henry 
Seymour, Isaac Wilson. 

< Etoeted In 1818, but died beforo the leMion began. 



124 NEW-XOBK SENATE. 

Forty-Third Session — 1820. 

Began January 4 ; ended April 14, 1820. 
CUrk — John F. Bacon. 

Souih&t'n District — Stepheu Barnum, Walter Bowne, Jouathan Dayton, 
John D. Ditmis, Peter R. Livingston, John Townsend. 

Middle District — Moses Austin, Charles B. Dadley, Jabez D. Hammond, 
John Lounsbery, John T. More, John Noyes, William Ross, Peter Bwart, 
Martin Van Buren. 

Eastern District — Levi Adams, Thomas Frothingham, Duncan McMar- 
tin, Jr., Benjamin Mooers, Qeorge Rosecrantz, Roger Skhmer. Henry Yates, 
Jr., Samnel Young. 

Western District — Gamaliel H. Barstow, Perry G. Childs, David E. 
Evans, Gideon Granger, Ephraim Hart, John Knox, William Mallory, 
Lyman Paine, Isaac Wilson. 

Forty-Fourth Session — 1820-21. 

Ist meeting began November 7 ; ended November 20, 1820. 
2d meeting began January 9 ; ended April 3, 1821. 

Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

Southern District — Stephen Barnum, Walter Bowue, Jonathan Dayton, 
John Lefferts, Peter R. Livingston, John Townsend. 

Middle District — Moses Austin, William C. Bouck, Charles E. Dudley, 
Jabez D. Hammond, John Lounsbery, Tilly Lynde, John I. Miller, John 
T. More, William Ross. 

Eastern District — Levi Adams, Thomas Frothingham, Duncan McMar- 
tin, Jr., Benjamin Mooers, George Rosecrautz, Roger Skinner, Henry Yates, 
Jr., Samuel Young. 

Western District — Gamaliel H. Barstow, Perry G. ChiMs, David E. 
Evans, Oliver Forward, Gideon Granger, Ephraini Hart, Elijah Miles, 
Lyman Paine, Isaac Wilson. 

Forty-Fifth Session — 1822. 

Began January 1 ; ended April 1*7, 1822. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

Southern District — Walter Bowne, Abraham Gumee, Abel HantinglOD, 
John Lefferts, Peter R. Livingston, John Townsend. 

Middle District — Moses Austin, William C. Bouck, Charles E. Dudley, 
Abraham Hasbrouck, Tilly Lynde, John I. Miller, John T. More, William 
Ross, John L. Veile. 

Eastern District — Levi Adams, Thomas Frothingham, David G. Jvdson, 
Duncan McMartin, Jr., Bei\jamin Mooers, (George Rosecrantz, Daniel CHUp- 
herd. 

Western Zh's^nd— Gamaliel H. Barstow, Perry G. Childs, Darfd E. 
Evans, Oliver Forward, Ephi-aim Hart, Samuel M. Hopkins, Archibald 
Mclntyre, Elijah Miles, Lyman Paine, Henry Seymour. 



NEW-TOBK SENATB. 125 



n. SENATORS UNDER THE CONSTlTUnOK OF 1822. 

• 

[The names of senatcHrs are arranged under the aeTwal distriets In tba order of their 
dasacfl, the first having but one year lo serve, and the last being the one elected for a 
ftiU ttrm.] 

Forty-Sixth Session — 1823. 

B^an January 1 ; ended April 24, 1823. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon« 

First Distrid — John A. King, Walter BowDe, John Lefferts, Jasper 
Ward. 

Second Disirut — John Hnnter, John Sudani, Stephen Thorn, James 
Bart. 

Third District — Edward P. Livingston, Jacob Sutherland/ Charles E. 
Dudley, Janies Mallory. 

Fourih District — David Erwin, Melancton Wheeler, John Cramer, Archi- 
bald Mclntyre. 

Fifth District — Samuel Beardsley, Alvin Bronson, Thomas Qreenly, 
Sherman Woosler. 

Sixih District — Samuel G. Hathaway, Farrand Stranahan^ Tilly Lynde, 
Isaac Ogden. 

Seventh District — Silas Bowker, Bryam Green, Jesse Clark, Jonas 
Earll, Jr. 

Eighih District -^Timothj H. Porter, David Eason, Hemaa J. Bedfield, 
Joseph Spencer. 

Forty-Seventh Session — 1824L 

Ist meeting began January 6 ; ended April 12^ 1824. 
2d meeting began August 2 ; ended August 6, 1824. 
Sd meeting began November 2 ; ended November 27, 1824. 

Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Walter Bowne, John LefiEerts, Jasper Ward, David Gar- 
diner. 

Second District — John Sudam, Stephen Thorn, James Burt, William 
Nelson. 

Third District — Edward P. Livingston,* Charles E. Dudley, James 
If alkxry, Jacob Haigfat. 

Fourth District — Melancton Wheeler, John Cramer, Archibald Mdn- 
tyre, Silas Wright, Jr. 

FiJ^ District — Alvin Bronson, Thomas Greenly, Sherman Wooster, 
Perley Eeyes. 

Sixth District — Farrand Stranahan, Tilly Lynde, Isaac Ogden, Latham 
A. Barrows. 

Seventh District — Bryam Green, Jesse Clark, Jonas Earll, Jr., Jedediah 
Morgan. 

Bigfhih District — David Eason, Heman J. Redfleld, John Bowman^* 
James McCall. 

> Did not take Us seat in the senate. * In place of Speneer, daoessed. 

* Elected, in place of Batherland. 

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126 NEW-YORK SENATE. 

Forty-Eighth Session — 1826. 

Began January 4; ended April 21, 1825. 
Clerk — John P. Bacon. 

First District — John Lefiferts, Jasper Ward, David Gardiner, Gadwal- 
lader D. Golden. 

Second District — Stephen Thorn, James Burt, William Nelson, Wells 
Lake. 

Third District — Cliarles E. Dudley, James Mallory, Jacob Haight, 
Richard McMichael. 

Fourth District — John Cramer, Archibald Mclntyre, Silas Wright, Jr., 
John Crary. 

Fifth District — Thomas Greeuly, Sherman Wooster, Perley Keyes, 
George Bray ton. 

Sixth District — Tilly Lynde, Isaac Ogden, Latham A. Burrows, Stukeley 
Ellsworth. 

Seventh District — Jesse Clark, Jonas Earll, Jr., Jedediah Morgan, John 
C. Spencer. 

Eighth District — Heman J. Redfield, John Bowman, James McCall, 
Samuel Wilkeson. 

Forty-Ninth Session — 1826. 

Began January 3 ; ended April 18, 1826. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Jasper Ward,' David Gardiner, Cadwallader D. Colden, 
Joshua Smith. 

Second District — James Burt, William Nelson, Wells Lake, Peter B. 
Livingston. 

Tfurd District — James Mallory, Jacob Haight, Richard McMichael, 
Ambrose L. Jordan. 

F<mrth District — Archibald Mclntyre, Silas Wright, Jr., John Crary, 
John L. Viele. 

Fifth District — Sherman Wooster, Perley Eeyos, George Brayton,' 
Charles Stebbins. 

Sixth District — Isaac Ogden, Latham A. Burrows, Stukeley Ellsworth, 
Peter Eager 2d. 

Seventh District — Jonas Earll, Jr., Jedediah Morgan,* John Spencer, 
Truman Hart 

Eighth District — John Bowman, James McCall, Samuel Wilkeson, 
Ethan B. Allen. 

Fiftieth Session — 1827. 

Ist meeting began January 2 ; ended April 7, 1827. 

2d meeting began June 27 ; ended July 24, 1827. 

Sd meeting began September 11 ; ended December 4, 1827. 

Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — David Gardiner, Cadwallader D. Colden,* Joshua Smith, 
Robert Bogardus. 

> Beslgned, ICarcli 1, 18S6. * Died. 

• SMlgned, April 18, 1896. « Besigned, Aagost 80, 18ir. 



NEW-YORK 8ENATB. 



127 



Second District -—Yf mam Nelson, Wells Lake, Peter B. LivingstoD; 
Bei^amin Woodward. 

Third District — Jacob Haight, Richard McMicbael, Ambrose L. Jor- 
dan, John McCarty. 

Fourth District — Silas Wright, Jr., John Crary, John L. Viele, Duncan 
McMartin, Jr. 

Fifth District — Perley Keyes, Charles Dayan,' Charles Stebbins, Tru- 
man Enos. 

Sixth District — Latham A. Burrows, Stukeley Ellsworth, Peter Hager 
2d, Thomas G. Waterman. 

Seventh District — Victory Birdseye,' John C. Spencer, Truman Hart, 
William M. Oliver. 

Eighth District — James McCall, Samuel Wilkeson, Ethan B. Allen, 
Charles H. Carroll. 

Fifty-First Session — 1828. 

Began January 1 ; ended April 21, 1828. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Jacob Tyson,' Joshua Smith, Robert Bogardus, John I. 
Schenck. 

Second District — Wells Lake, Peter R. Livingston, Benjamhi Woodward, 
Walker Todd. 

Third District — Richard McMichael, Ambrose L. Jordan, John Mc- 
Carty, Moses Warren. 

Fourth District — John Crary, John L. Tiele, Duncan McMartin, Jr., 
Reuben Sanford. 

Fifth District — Charles Dayan, Charles Stebbins, Truman Enos, Na- 
thaniel S. Benton. 

Sixth />M<rirf— Stukeley Ellsworth, Peter Hager 2d, Thomas G. Water- 
man, Grattan H. Wheeler. 

Seventh District — John C. Spencer, Truman Hart, William M.Oliver, 
George B. Throop. 

Eighth District — Samuel Wilkeson, Ethan B. Allen, Charles H. Car- 
roll,* Timothy H. Porter. 



Fifty-Second Session — 1829. 

Began January 6 ; ended May 5, 1 829. 

President, pro tempore —WILLI AM M. OLIVER.* 
Clerk — John P. Bacon. 

First District — Joshua Smith, Robert Bogardus,* John I. Schenck, 
Stephen Allen. 

Second District — Peter R. Livingston, Benjamin Woodward, Walker 
Todd, Samuel Rexford. 

Third, District — Ambrose L. Jordan,^ John McCarty, Moses Warren, 
Lewis Entoii. 



I In place of Brayton, resigned. 

* In place of Morgan, deceased. 

* In place of Golden, resigned. 

* Betigned, March, 1828. 



* Chosen January 5, and served throngh 

the session- 

• Resigned, May 4, 1829. 

^ Resigned, January 7, 1S29. 



12^ HEW-YORK SENATE. 

Fmtrik Dittrid — John L. Yiele, DancaQ McMartiD, Jr., Reuben San- 
ford, John McLean, Jr. 

Fifth Digtr%a—QhBx\e& Stebbins, Traman Enos, Nathaniel 8. Benton, 
William H. Maynard. 

Sixik District — Peter Hager 2d, Thomas G. Waterman, Qrattan H. 
Wheeler, John F. Hubbard. 

Seventh District — Truman Hart, William M. Olirer, George B. Throop, 
Hiram F. Mather. 

Eighth District—EihdJ^ B. Allen, George H. Boughton,» Timothy H. 
Porter, Moses Hayden. 

Fifty-Third Session — ^1830. 

Began January 5 ; ended April 20, 1830. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Jonathan S. Conklin,' John I. Schenck, Stephen Allen, 
Alpheus Sherman. 

Second District — Benjamin Woodward, Walker Todd, Samuel Bexford, 
Nathaniel P. Tallmadge. 

Third District — John McCarty, Moses Warren, Lewis Eaton, William 
Deitz. 

Fourth District — Duncan McMartin, Jr., Reuben Sanford, John Mc- 
Lean, Jr., Isaac Gere. 

Fifth District — Truman Enoa, Nathaniel S. Benton, William H. May- 
nard, Alvin Bronson. 

Sixth District— '"thomsA G. Waterman, Grattan H. Wheeler, John F. 
Hubbard, Levi Beardsley. 

Seffenth District — William M. OliFer, George B. THroop, Hiram F. 
Mather, Thomas Armstrong. 

Eighth District — George H. Boughton, Timothy H. Porter, Moses 
Hayden,' Albert H. Tracy 

FiFTT-FoUBTH SsSSION 1 831. 

Began January 4 ; ended April 26, 1831. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — John L Schenck, Stephen Allen, Alpheus Sherman, 
Jonathan S. Conklin. 

Second Z>M<rtd— Walker Todd, Samuel Rexford, Nathaniel P. Tall- 
madge, Dayid M. Westcott. 

Third District — Moses Warren, Lewis Eaton, William Deitz, Herman 
L Quackenboss. 

Fourth District — Reuben Sanford, John McLean, Jr., Isaae Qera^ 
William I. Dodge. 

Fifth 2>M<ru^~ Nathaniel S. Benton, William H. Maynanl, Ahin BnA> 
■on, Henry A. Foster. 

Sixth District— QnXXAXk H. Wheeler, John F. Hubbard, LeTi Beaidiisy, 
Charles W. Lynde. 

> In place of Carroll, resigned. * Died, Febroary 14, 16S0. 

* In place of Bogardns, resigned. 



mSW-TORK SENATE. 129 

Sewrdh Digirict — George B. Throop, Hiram F. Mather, Thomas Arm- 
stroDg, William H. Seward. 

Eighth Dwirict'-' Timothy H. Porter, Philo C. Fuller/ AlbAt H. 
Tracy, Trumbull Carey. 

Fifty-Fifth Session — 1832. 

1st meeting began January 3 ; ended April 26, 1832. ^ 
2d meeting began June 21 ; ended July 2, 1832. 

Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Stephen Alien, Alpheus Sherman, Jonathans. Couklin, 
Harmon B. Cropsey. 

Second District — Samuel Rexford, Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, David M. 
Westcott, Allan Macdonald. 

Third District — Lewis Eaton, William Deitz, Henry I. Quackenboss, 
John W. Edmonds. 

Fourth District — John McLean, Jr., Isaac Gere, William I. Dodge, 
Josiah Fisk. 

Fifth District — William H. Maynard, Alvin Bronson, Henry A. Foster, 
Robert Lansing. 

Sixth District — John F. Hubbard, Levi Beardslcy, Charles W. Lynde, 
John McDowell. 

Seventh District — Hiram F. Mather, Thomas Armstrong, William H. 
Seward, Jehiel H. Halsey. 

Eighth District— VhMo C. Fuller, Albert H. Tracy, Trumbull Carey, 
John Birdsall. 

Fifty-Sixth Session — 1833. 

Began January 1 ; ended April 30, 1833. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Alpheus Sherman, Jonathan S. Conklin, Harmon B. 
Cropsey, Myndert Van Schaick. 

Second District — Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, David M. Westcott, Allan 
Macdonald, John Sudam. 

Third District — William Deitz, Herman I. Quackenboss, John W. Ed- ' 
monds, Peter Gansevoort. 

Fourth District — Isaac Gere, William I. Dodge, Josiah Fisk, Louis 
Hasbrouck. 

Fifth District — Alvin Bronson, Henry A. Foster, Robert Lansing, John 
Q. Stower. 

Sixth District — Levi Beardsley, Charles W. Lynde, John G. McDowell, 
JohnF. Hubbard. 

Seventh District — Thomas Armstrong, William H. Seward, Jehiel H. 
Halsey, Samuel L. Edwards. 

Eighth District -- Albert H. Tracy, Trumbull Carey, John Birdsall, 
Jcbn Oriffin. 

1 In place of Hayden, deceased. 



130 NEW-TORK gEKATB. 

Fiftt-Sevknth Sbssiov — 1884. 

B^an January 7 ; ended May 6, 1884. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Jonathan S. Conklin, Harmon B. Cropsey, Myndert 
Van Schaick, Charles L. Livingston. 

Second District — David M. Westcott, Allan Macdonald, John Sudam, 
Leonard Maison. 

Third District — Herman I. Quackenboss, John W. Edmonds, Peter 
Gansevoort, John G. Kemble. 

Fourth District — William I. Dodge, Josiah Fisk, Louis Hasbrouck,' 
Isaac W. Bishop. 

Fifth District — ^^ Henry A. Foster, Robert Lansing, John G. Stower, 
Francis Seger. 

Sixth District —ChwXeA W. Lyude, John G. McDowell, John F. Hub- 
bard, Ebenezer Mack. 

Seventh District — William H. Seward, Jehiel H. Halsey, Samuel L. 
Edwards* Thomas Armstrong. 

Eighth iH'«^Tc<— Trumbull Carey, John Birdcall,* John Griffin, Albert 
H. Tracy. 

Fifty-Eighth Session — 1836. 

Began January 6 ; ended May 11, 1835. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Harmon B. Cropsey, Myndert Van Schaick, Charles L. 
Livingston, Coe S. Downing. 

Second District — Allan Macdonald, John Sudam, Leonard Maison, John 
P. Jones. 

Third District — John W. Edmonds, Peter Gansevoort, John C. Kemble, 
Abraham L. Lawyer. 

Fourth District — Josiah Fisk, Samuel Young,' Isaac W. Bishop, Jabei 
Willes. 

Fifth District — Robert Lansing, John G. Stower,* Francis Seger, Abyah 
Bcckwith. 

Sixth District — John G. McDowell, John F. Hubbard, Ebenezer Mack, 
Levi Beardsley. 

Seventh District — Jehiel H. Halsey, Samuel L. Edwards, Thomas Arm- 
strong, Chester Loomis. 

Eighth District— ChAVdiCtoj J. Fox,* John Griffin, Albert H. Tracj, 
Isaac Lacy. 

Fifty-Ninth Session — 1836. 

Began January 5 ; ended May 26, 1886. 

Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Myndert Van Schaick,* Charles L. Livingston, Coe 8. 
Downing, Henry Floyd Jones. 

> Died, Aagait 90. 1884. « Reilffned, Peptember 89, 1885. 

< Redffned, Jaae 5, 1884. * In place of BlrdtaU, rettgnad. 

• Xn puce of Hiwbrouck, deoesMMl. • Sesigned, May 82, 1888. 



NEW-YORK SENATE. 131 

Second IHstrid — EbeDeier Lounsberry,^ Leonard Maisoo, John P. 
Jones, John Hunter. 

Third Digtriet — Peter Gansevoort, John C. Kemble,* Abraham L. La\T- 
yer, James Powers. 

Fourth District — Samuel Young,' Isaac W. Bishop,' Jabez Willes, 
David Spraker. 

Fifth District — David Wager,' Francis Soger, Abijah Beckwith, Micah 
Sterling. 

Sixth District — John F. Hubbard, Ebenezer Mack, Levi Beardsley, 
George Huntington. 

Seventh District — Samuel L. Edwards, Thomas Armstrong, Chester 
Loomis, John Beardsley. . 

Eighth District — John Griffin, Albert H. Tracy, Isaac Lacy, Chauncey 
J. Fox. 

Sixtieth Session — 1837. 

Began January 3; ended May 16, 1837. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Charles L. Livingston, Coe S. Downing, Henry Floyd 
Jones, Frederick A. Tallmadge. 

Second District — Leonard Maison, John. P. Jones, John Hunter, H^iry 
H. Van Dyck. 

Third District — Alonzo C. Paige,* Abraham L. Lawyer, James Pow- 
er8> Noadiah Johnson. 

Fourth District — John McLean,^ Jabez Willes, David Spraker, Samuel 
Young. 

Fifth District— -Vrwacis Soger, Abijah Beckwith, Micah Sterling, David 
Wager. 

t^xth District — Ebenezer Mack, Levi Beardsley, George Huntington, 
Daniel S. Dickinson. 

Seventh District — Thomas Armstrong, Chester Loomis, John Beardsley, 
Samuel L. Edwards. 

Eighth District — Albert H. Tracy, Isaac Lacy, Chauncey J. Fox, 
Samuel Works. 

Sixty-First Session — 1838. 

Began January 2 ; ended April 18, 1838. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Coe S. Downing, Henry Floyd Jones, Frederick A. 
Tallmadge, GuHan C. Yerplanck. 

Second District — John P. Jones, John Hunter, Henry H. Van Dyck, 
Henry A. Livingston. 

Third District — Abraham L. Lawyer, James Powers, Noadiah John- 
son, Edward P. Livingston. 

Fourih District — Jabez Willes, David Spraker, Samuel Young, Martin 
Lee. 



> InplaceoTBadam. * In place of Kimball, resigned. 

> Resicned. May 2S, 1886. * In place of Bishop, resigned. 
* In puna of Stowtv, resigned. 



132 NEW-YORK SENATE. 

Fiflk Distrid — Abijah Beckwith, Micah Sterling, David Wager, Avery 
Skinner. 

JSixih Digtrict — Levi Beardslej, George Huntington, Daniel S. Dickin- 
son, Laurens Hull. 

Seventh District — Chester Loomis, John Beardslej, Samuel L. Ed- 
wards, John Maynard. 

Eighth Digtrict — Isaac Lacy, Chauncey J. Fox, Samuel Works, William 
A. Moseley. 

Sixty-Second Session — 1839. 

Began January 1 ; ended May 7, 1839. 
Clerk — John F. Bacon. 

First District — Henry Floyd Jones, Frederick A. Tallmadge, Gulian 
C. Verplanck, Gabriel Furman. 

Seccmd District — John Hunter, Henry H. Van Dyck, Henry A. Living- 
ston, Daniel Johnson. 

Third District — James Powers, Noadiah Johnson,' Edward P. Living- 
ston,' Alonzo C. Paige. 

Fourth District — David Spraker, Samuel Young, Martin Lee, Bethuel 
Peck. 

Fifth District — Micah Stewing, David Wager, Avery Skinner, Joseph 
Clark. 

Sixth District — George Huntington, Daniel S. Dickinson, Laurens Hull, 
Alvah Hunt. 

Seventh District — John Beardsley, Samuel L. Edwards, John May- 
nard, Robert C. Nicholas. 

Eighth Dist7-ict — Chauncey J. Fox, Samuel Works, William A. Mose- 
ley, Henry Hawkins. 

Sixty-Third Session — 1840, 

Began January 1 ; ended May 14, 1840. 
Clerk — Samuel G. Andrews. 

First District — Frederick A. Tallmadge, Gulian C. Veri)lanck, (Gabriel 
Furman, Minthome Tompkins. 

Second District — Henry H. Van Dyck, Henry A. Livingston, Daniel 
Johnson, John Hunter. 

Third i>w<nrf— Mitchell Sanford,' Friend Humphrey,* Alonzo C. 
Paige, Erastus Root. 

Fourth District — Samuel Young, Martin Lee, Bethuel Peck, James G. 
Hopkins. 

Fifth District — David Wager, Avery Skinner, Joseph Clark, Sumner 
Ely. 

Sixth District — Daniel S. Dickinson, Laurens Hull, Alvah Hunt, An- 
drew B. Dickinson. 

Seventh District — Samuel L. Edwards, John Maynard, Robert C. 
Nicholas, Mark H. Sibley. 

Eighth District — Samuel Works, William A. Moseley, Henry Hawkins, 
Abram Dixon. 

> Died, AprO 4, 1889. • In pl»ce of N. Johnson, decMwetl. 

s BMigned, October », 1889. « In place <>f LiTlngston, resigned. 



NSW-TORK SENATE. 133 

SixTT-FouKTH Session — 1841. 

Began January 5 ; ended May 26, 1841. 
Clerk — Samuel G. Andrews. 

First Districi — Gulian C. Verplanck, Gabriel Furman, Mintborne 
Tompkins,* John B. Scott. 

Second District — Henry A. Livingston, Daniel Johnson, John Hunter, 
Robert Deniiiston. 

Third District — Friend Humphrey, Alonzo C. Paige, Erastus Root, 
Henry W. Strong. 

Fourth District — Martin Lee, Bethuel Peck, James G. Hopkins, John 
W. Taylor. 

Fifth District — Avery Skinner, Joseph Clark, Sumner Ely, Henry A. 
Fobter. 

Sixth District — Laurens Hull, Alvah Hunt, Andrew B. Dickinson, 
Nehemiah Piatt. 

Seventh District — John Maynard,* Robert C. Nicholas, Mark H. Sib- 
ley,' Elijah Rhoades. 

Eighth District — William A. Moseley, Henry Hawkins, Abram Dixon, 
Samuel Works. 

Sixty-Fifth Session — 1842. 

1st meeting began January 4; ended April 12, 1842. 
2d meeting began August J16 ; ended September 7, 1842. 

Clerk — Isaac R. Elwood. 

First District — Gabriel Furman, Morris Franklin,* John B. Scott, 
Isaac L. Varian. 

Second District — Daniel Johnson, John Hunter, Robert Denniston, 
Abraham Bockee. 

Thi/rd District — Alonzo C. Paige, Erastus Root, Henry W. Strong, 
Erastus Coming. 

Fourth District — Bethuel Peck, James G. Hopkins, John W. Taylor,* 
Edmund Vamey. 

Fifth District — Joseph Clark, Sumner Ely, Henry A. Foster, William 
Ruger. 

Sixth District — Alvah Hunt, Andrew B. Dickinson, Nehemiah Piatt, 
James Faulkner. 

Seventh District — Robert C. Nicholas, Lyman Sherwood," Eiyah 
Rhoades, William Bartlit. 

Eighth District — Henry Hawkins, Abrara Dixon, Samuel Works, 
Gideon Hard. 

1 Befltgned, Mareh 8, 1841. ^ In place of Tompkins^ resigned. 

3 Kesigned, March 4, 1841. * Eesigned, Aagust 19, 1842. 

* Resigned, May 28, 1S41. * In place of 6ibley, resigned. 



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134 NEW-TORK SENATE. 

Sixty-Sixth Session — 1843. 

Began January 3 ; ended April 18, 1843. 
Clerk — Isaac R, Elwood. 

First District — Morris Franklin, John B. Scott, Isaac L. Varian, John 
A. Lott. 

Second District — John Hunter, Robert Denniston, Abraham Bockee, 
Abraham Deyo. 

Third District — Erastus Root, Henry W. Strong, Erastus Coming, 
John C. Wright. 

Fourth District — James G. Hopkins, Sidney Lawrence,* Edmund Var- 
ney, Thomas B. Mitchell. 

Fifth District — Sumner Ely, Henry A. Foster, William Ruger,' Carlos 
P. Scovil. 

Sixth District — Andrew B. Dickinson, Nehemiah Piatt, James Faulk- 
ner, Calvin T. Chamberlain. 

Seventh District — Lyman Sherwood, Elijah Rhoades, William Bartlit, 
John Porter. 

Eighth District — Abram Dixon, Samuel Works, Gideon Hard, Harvey 
Putnam. 

Sixty-Seventh Session — 1844. 

Began January 2 ; ended May 7, 1844. 
derh-^lnkkc R. Elwood, 

First District — John B. Scott, Isaac L. Varian, John A. Lott, David B. 
Floyd Jones. 

Second District — Robert Denniston, Abraham Bockee, Abraham A. 
Deyo, Joshua B. Smith. 

Third District — Henry W. Strong,' Erastus Coming, John C. Wright, 
Stephen C. Johnson. 

Fourth District — Sidney Lawrence, Edmund Vamey, Thomas P. 
Mitchell, Orville Clark. 

Fifth District— EeuTj A. Foster,* George C. Sherman,* Carlos P. Sco- 
vil, Thomas Barlow. 

Sixth District — Nehemiah Piatt, James Faulkner, Calvin T. Chamber- 
lain, Clark Bumham. 

Seventh District — Elijah Rhoades, William Bartlit, John Porter, Albert 
Lester. 

Eighth District — Samuel Works, Gideon Hard, Harvey Putnam, Fred- 
erick F. Backus. 

Sixty-Eighth Session — 1846. 

Began January 7 ; ended May 14, 1845. 

Clerk — Isaac R. Elwood. 

First District — Isaac L. Varian, John A. Lott, David R. Floyd JoiMS, 
George Folsom. 

■ I ■ ■ I I ■ I I T -~^ 

* In place <tf Taylor, resigned. * Besicrned. December 6, 1844. 

* Died. * In pluce of Buger, deceased. 

* Beslgned, December 8, 1844. 



NEW-YOBK SENATE. 1^ 

Second District — Abraham Bockee, Abraham A. Deyo, Joshua B. Smith, 

Robe t Denniston. 

Third District — Erastos Coming, John G. Wright, Stephen G. John- 
son, John P. Beekmaa. 

FouHh District — Edmund Varney, Thomas B. Mitchell, Orville Glark^ 
Augustus C. Hand. 

Fifth District — George C. Sherman, Carlos P. Scovil, Thomas Barlow, 
Enoch B. Talcott. 

Sixth District — James Faulkner, Calvin T. Chamberlain, Clark Bum- 
ham, George D. Beers. 

Seventh District — William Bartlit, John Porter, Albert Lester, Henry 
J. Sedgwick, 

Eighth District — Gideon Hard, Hai'vey Putnam, Frederick F. Backus, 
Carlos Emmons. 

Sixty-Ninth Session — 1846. 

Began January 6 ; ended May 13, 1846. 
Clerk — Isaac B. Elwood. 

First District — John A. Lott, David B. Floyd Jones, Gkiorge Folsom, 
Edward Sanford. 

Second District — Abraham A. Deyo, Joshua B. Smith, Robert Dennis- 
ton, Saxton Smith. 

Third District — John C. Wright, Stephen C, Johnson, John P. Beek- 
man, William H. Van Schoonhoven. 

Fourth District — Thomas B. Mitchell, Orville Clark, Augustus C* 
Hand, Samuel Young. 

Fifth District— •Cq.tIo^ P. Scovil, Thomas Barlow, Enoch B. Talcott, 
Joshua A. Spencer. 

Sixth District — Calvin T. Chamberlain, Clark Burnham, George D. 
Beers, Thomas J. Wheeler. 

Seventh District — John Porter, Albert Lester, Henry J. Sedgwick, 
Richard H. Williams. 

Eighth District — Harvey Putnam, Frederick F. Backus, Carlos Em- 
mons, Gideon Hard. 

Seventieth Session — 1847. 

Ist meeting began January 5 ; ended May 13, 1847 
2d meetipg began September 8 ; ended December 16, 1847. 
Clerk — Isaac R. Elwood. 

First District — David R. Floyd Jones, George Folsom, Edward San- 
ford, John Townsend. 

Second District — Joshua B. Smith, Robert Denniston, Saxton Smith, 
Harvey R. Morris. 

Third District — Stephen C. Johnson, John P. Beekman, William H^ 
Van Schoonhoven, Ira Harris. 

Fourth District — Orville Clark, Augustus C. Hand, Samuel Young, 
Thomas Crook. 

Fifth District — Thomas Barlow, Enoch B. Talcott, Joshua A. Spencer, 
Kelson J. Beach. - 



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Sixih District ^CiATk Baraham, George D. Beers, Thomas J. Wheeler, 
Samuel H. P. Hall. 

Seventh District — Albert Lester, Henry J. Sedgwick, Richard H. Wil- 
liams, Abraham Gridley. 

Eighth District — Frederick F. Backus, Carlos Emmons, Qideon Hard, 



Francis H. Ruggles. 



III. SENATORS UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OP 1846. 
[The whole number elected biennially ; one in each senatorial district] 



Seventy-First and Seventy-Second Sessions — 1848-49. 

Seventy-first Session began January 4; ended April 12, 1848. 
Seventy-second Session began January 2 ; ended April 11, 1849 



Clerk — Andrew H. Calhoun. 



1. John G. Floyd. 

2. David A. Bokee. 
WUliam HaU. 
John L. Lawrence. 
Samuel Fnwt. 
William Sam'l Johnson. 
Saxton Smith. 
Alexander J. Coffin. 
Samuel J. Wilicin. 
Piatt Adams. 
Valentine TredweU. 



8. 

4. 

f*. 

6. 

7. 

6. 

9. 
10. 
11. 



12. Albert R. Fox. 
18. James M. Cook. 

14. James S. Whallon. 

15. John Fine. 

16. Thomas Burch. 

17. John M. Betts. 

18. David H. LitUe. 

19. Thomas £ Clark. 

20. Thomas H. Bond. 

21. John W. Tamblin. 

22. Qeorge Geddes. 



23. Samuel II. P. Hall. 

24. William J. Comwell. 

25. Timothy 8. Williams. 

26. William M. Hawley. 

27. Jerome Fuller. 

28. A. Hyde Cole. 

29. Allen Ayranlt.1 
29. Charles Colt.' 

80. John W. Brownson. 

81. John T. Brush. 

82. Frederick S. Martin. 



Seventy-Third and Seventy-Fourth Sessions — 1850-51. 



Seventy-third Session began January 1 ; ended April 10, 1850. 

Seventy-fourth Session, 1st meeting began January 7 ; ended 

April 17, 1851. 2d meeting began June 10 ; ended July 11, 

1851. 

Clerk — William H. Bogart. 



1. William Horace Brown.' 

2 John A. Cross. 

8. Richard S. Williams. 

4. Clarkson Crolitis. 

5. James W. Beekraan. 

6. Edwin D. Morjcan. 

7. Benjamin Brand reth. 
S. John Snyder.* 

8. Joseph llalstcd.* 

9. JameH C Curtis » 

l<K Marius Schoon • akur.' 
il. Stephen II. Johnson. 
12. Thomas B. Carroll. 



18. James M. Cook. 

14. Thomas i 'rook. 

15. William A. Dart.* 

16. George H. Fox.* 

16. John Sunford.* 

17. Sydney Tuttle » 

18. John Noyes.' 

19. Charles A. Mann.^ 

19. Bo J. N. Huntington.' 

20. Asahel Stone.* 

20. Mos s P. Hatch.* 

21. Alanson Skinner.* 

21. Caleb Lyon of Ly'nsd'le.* 



22. Oeorge Gheddes. 

28. LeviDimmick.7 

24. William Beach. 

25. Henry B. Stanton.* 
86. George B. Gulnnip,* *. 

26. William J. GUbert* 

27. Samuel Miller. 

38 Alonzo 8. Upham. 

29. Charles Colt 

80. Charles D. Robinson. 

81. George R. Babeock. 

82. Robert Owen, Jr. 



1 resigned, June 2, l'^8. * Resigned, April 17, 1861 ; not re-elected. 

Elected, in place of Ayrault, 1848. * Elected, May 27, 1851, to flU racancy. 

Resigned, April 17, 1851 ; re-elected, • Resigned, July 26, 1851. 

May 27, 1851. "> Resigned, November 12. 1851. 

On special election. May 27. G. B. Gninnip ana Wm J. Gilbert, each recelrt^ 4,480. 

votes. The stale canvassers determined iw choice. The senate admitted Gilbert 

by a resolution passed July 2, 1S51. 



HfiW-TOBK 8ENATK. 



137 



_ • 

Seventy-Fifth and Skvknty-Sixth Sessions — 1852-63. 

Seventy-fifth Session began January 6 ; ended April 16, 1862. 
Seventy-sixth Session, Ist meeting began January 4 ; ended 
April 16. 2d meeting began May 24; ended July 21, 1853. 



Clerk — Ira P. Barnrs. 



!. 


flaraea E. Cooley. 


12. 


2. 


John Vanderbiit. 


18. 


3. 


William McMarray. 


14. 


4. 


Obadiah Newcomb. 


15. 


6. 


James W. Beekman. 


16. 


6. 


"kdwln D. Morten. 


17. 


7. 


Abraham B. Conger. 


18. 


8. 


John H. OUs. 


19. 


9. 


NathanM Jones. 


20. 


10. 


6ct>rge T. Pierce. 


81. 


11. 


Azor Tabor. 


23. 



Wm. H.Van Schoonho*n. 
Daniel S. Wright. 
EU W. Rogers. 
Henry B. Smlih. 
Simeon Snow. 
Henry E. BarUett 
Harmon Bennett 
Bei\). M. Huntington. 
James Piatt 
Ashley Davenport 
James Munroe. 



28. Nathan Bristol. 

24. William Beach. 

25. Josiah B Williams. 

26. Francis R. £. Cornell. 

27. Micsjah W. Kirby. 

28. Alonzo 8. Upham. 

29. Myron H Clark. 

80. John A. McElwuin. 

81. Oeorge R. Baboock. 

82. ElUha Ward. 



Seventy-Seventh and SEVENTV-EiaHTH Sessions — 1864—56 

Seventy-seventh Session began January 3; ended April 17, 
1854. 
Seventy-eighth Session began January 2 ; ended April 14, 1865. 
CUrh — Hugh J. Hastings. 



1. Hogh Halsey. 

2. James Hatehins. 

8. Tkomas J. Barr. 

4. Thomas B. Whitney. 

5. MarkBpeneor. 

6. Erastas Brooks. 

7. Wro. H. Robertson. 
S. Robert A Barnard. 

9. John !>. WatkiDS. 
10. Eliakim Sherrill. 
U. Glarksm F. Crosby. 
12. Elisha N. Pratt 



18. James C. Hopkins. 

14. Oeorge Richards. 

15. Zenas Clark. 

16. Oeorge Tost 

17. Peter 8. Danforth. 
IS. Ebenezer Blakely.i 

18. Adam Storing.* « 

19. Daniel O Dorrance. 

20. Simon C Hitchcock 

21. Robert Lansing. 

22. James Munroe. 



28. Oeorge W. Bradford. 

24. William Clark. 

25. Josiah B. WiUiaras 

26. Andrew B. Dickinson. 

27. William 8. Bishop. 

28. Ben Field. 

29. Myron H. CIark.» 

29. William H. Ooodwln.^ 

30. Martin Butts. 

81. James O Pntnam. 
92. Alvah H Walker. 



Seventy-Ninth and Eightieth Sessions — 1866-57. 

Seventy -ninth Session bwgan January 1 ; ended April 9, 1866. 
Eightieth Session began January 6 ; ended April 18, 1857. 
Clerk — Samuel P. Allrn. 



1. James Rider. 

2. Cyras P. Smltli. 

8. Daniel £. Sickles.* 
4 Joseph H. Petty. 

5. Mark Spencer. 

6. Erastas Brooks. 

7. John W. Ferdon.* 

8. William Kelly. 

9. Edward M. Madden. 

10. Oeorge S. Nichols. 

11. John W. Ilarcourt 



Amos Briggs. 
Justin A. Smith. 



12. 
18. 

14. William Hotchkiss. 

15. Zenas Clark.* 

16. Frederick P. Bellinger 

17. Joseph H. Ramsey. 
IS. Addison M. Smith. 
19. Eaton J. Richardson. 
2<». M. Lindley Lee. 

21. Oardner Towne. 

22. James Noxon. 



28. Oeorge W. Bradford. 
21. Samuel C Cuyler. 

25. James Huntington. 

26. John K. Hale. 

27. John E. Paterson. 

28. Alonzo S. Upham. 

29. Sidney Sweet 

80. John B. Halstead. 

81. James Wadsworth. 

82. Roderick White.' 
82. John H. Darting." 



1 Vacated in ftivor of Storing, March 14, 

1S54. 
s In place of Blakeley, March 14, 1854. 
' Resigned, January 1, 1855. 

* Ele<^ed, v. Clark, resigned; sworn in, 

Fobmary 5, 1866. 

* GontMted by Thomas J. Barr. 

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* Contested by Bei^amin Brandreth 
7 Died at Glean, May 26, 18.^6. 

* Elected, Not. 1856, r. White, deceased. 

* Resigned, Feb. 18, 1857; Bloorafleld 

Usher elected. Maroli tf| 1807, «. 
Clark, resigned. 



SEW-YOBK SENATE. 



SESAIDES IS THE SBW-TOEK LEOISUTDEE 

n« of ofBcia 



Inn^ Tlioinu, 



Buboock, Oeonc* K.. 

liukuist'mle^ckF^... 



Rul'iv. Thomiu, . . . 
■tarnird, Bnfaeit A., 
Bvnain, fllepben, . 



Krtiiiteir, LbiI 

BearMej, Ssmiwl, . 

BeckwUb, AbUab. . 



Beekmwi. Wnilim,... 
bitjrBiQeonn fk,,.^.^^ 
BiHIInaer. Frederick 1'. 
HciiDi% HsnnoD, .... 
Benloo, KsUuaielS.,. 
Bills, Jnbu U., 

DlnlsBll, JoliD, 



Itlrdi^e, ridlw, .... 

Blab<^ lM«e Vi, 

Blgliop.KltcbeU 



Hi.bop, W 

Blakely, Kbencs 
BUxKlgnnl, Tnc 



rongbkaepe e, Dulcbea) oo 



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MnmblB. Herfcimtr'eoany-" 

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liUIe Fmlls, Herklnuu' eonni/. 
Sidney. DeUDBre ninntr.,... 
MorrliTllte, MadlwHi hkiiKt... 
MsjvvUle, CbuiUuius ea^. .. 
Popipey, Onondu* eouBtr, . . 
Oranvllts, WuliliuRW co., . . . 
Tbonnan {(ben) Wuh. en., . . . 
BocheMer, MinrM eonnty,... 
iHego, OUcEo conaty, 



UUu, Oneldm ee 

, CiTDim esuD^, ... 

CUnlOfl, Dulehea eoanty,. 

Koniieui, UnKhca coouly 

NewTork, 

Brooklyn, klDgseonnly,.. 
OswcBo, 0<wer> oouniy,, . 
UlildrebnrKh, Bchotairle co, 



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Hrultinl, OmteVf^... 
BmidrMh, Brqtwnia,. . . 

BrnyioD. Oewn. 

niua. JiHhnilU 



fla.l^Jol■■T^ 

BraTn, Ji«i>>w S~ . . . 
Bnivn Jotauinb,.... 

Bncll, Salmoo. 

BuKb. Tl■^m«^ 

Jumbiun. Clark. 



lenler, Jama, , , . . 
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Clwk.MTiniH^.... 
itmrt, OnBle, 

UufeiTiOIBMB.,.., 



Ci>lil«D. CUniUadar D, 

Oile, A.HjdB, 

Oiln, John B. 

O'lI.ChnriH, 

OiRuloek. AdaiD. 

Confcer, Abmlwin B., . . . 
Unaklln, Joulhu S^. . . 

Ounk. Juoia If n 

Oldie)' JunM K^ 

Corw^FnuetoB-E.,.. 



Lackpan, NUgir* suantjr. ■ 



(i,CHTa^ 



Delhi, Dditwsn caui 
TlogSra 



CHwfttd, OgwHO flriibtv,^ 

sow^ort 

New-Torfc 

HempilMd, Qowu nnDI 
QdnHvlllB, WnMolBg tnc 
Tnniwuili, &\» onunt}, 
KtngiUni, UlUer itmttj,. 
KingBLnn. Ubtef eoun^,. 

LHUeIuIi, Ilcrkliiw hi 

BiDgbiunLou, Brn->Diii mm 
Warwick, Oraacs (fiinV, 
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Cuba, AllMiiLy doanLy. 

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141 



Names. 



Foxv Channc^ J^ 

Fox, Georae B., 

Franklin, Morris, 

Frey. Henry J^ 

Frey, John 

Frink. Andrew, 

FroAt, Samnel, 

Frothinf^am, Thomas, . . 

Faller, Jerome, 

Fuller, PhiloC., 

Furman, Gabriel, 

Gansevoort, Leonard, . . . . 

Ganseyoort, Peter, 

Gardner, David, 

Gasherie, Jos«^ph, 

Gebhard, Jacob 

Geddes, Oeorsi*, 

Gelston, David, 

Gere, Isaae, 

Gettman. Fred^ck, 

Gilbert, William, 

Gilbert, William J.,* 

Gold, Thomas B., 

Goo4lwin, WilUam H., ... 

Gordon, James, 

Graham, Thomas G...... 

Granger, Gideon, 

Green. Bnram, 

Greenly, Thomas, 

QriflHn, J(An,, 

Gridoey, Abraham, 

Gainoip, George Bm 

Gamee, Al)raliam, 

Hager,Henry, 

Hager, P^er, 2d, 

Haigbt, Jacob, 

Haight, Samuel, 

Haigbt, Samu^ 

Hale, John K^ 

Hall, Amos, 

Hall, Samuel H. P., 

Hall, Samael H. P., 

HaU, WiDlam, 

Halsey, Hugh, 

HHlsey, Jehiel H^ 

Halsey, Silas, 

Halsted, Joseph, 

Hammond, Jabez D., . . . . 

Hand, Augustas C, 

Hareourt John W., 

Hard, Gideon, 

Haring, John, 

Harris. Ira, 

Hart, Epbraim, 

Hart, Truman, 

Hasbrouck, Abraham, . . . 

Hasbrouck, Joseph, , 

HasbrondE. Loa&, , 

Haseall, Balphj. 

Hatch, Moses P., 

Hatfleld, Biohard 

Hatlia way, Samuel G.,.. 

Hathom, John 

Hawkins, Henry........ 



Besidenoes. 



ElUoottvine. Cattaraugus oo.,. 
Mohawk, Herkimer county,.. 

New- York, 

Palatine, Montgcnnery county. 
Palatine, Montgomery county, 
Manheim (then) Mont. co.,. . . 

New-York, 

Sand Lake, Bensselaer co.,. . . 
Brockport, Monroe county,. . . 
Geneseo, Livingston county, . . 

Brooklyn, Kings county, 

All>any, Albany county, 

Albany, Allmny county, 

New-York, 

, Orange county, 



S<^oharie, Schoharie county,. 
Fairmount. Onondaga county, 
Bri«lgehampton, Suffolk co.,.. 
Galway, Saratoga county,. . . . 
Palatine, Monti^unery county, 

New-York, 

Painted Post, Steuben couniy, 
Whitesboro*, Oneida county,. 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, .... 
Ballston, Saratoga county, .... 



Ganandaigna, Ontario county, 

Sodns, Wayne county, 

Hamilton, Madison county, . . . 

Cuba, Allegany county, 

Auburn, Gxyuga coqnty, 

Salubria, Chemung county,.. 

, Bockland coui^ty, 

Blenheim, Schoharie county,. 
Hector, Tompkins county,... 

CatsklU, Greene county, 

, Westchester county,.. 

Athens, Greene county, 

Homellsvilie, Steul>en county, 
Palmyra (then) Ontario co.,.. 
Binghamton, Broome county, 
Binghamlon, Broome county, 

New- York, 

Bridgehampton, Suffi^k co.,. 
Lodi, Seneca county, 

Genoa, Cajruga county, 

Copake, Columbia county,... 
Cherry Valley, Otsego county, 
Elizabethtown. Essex county,. 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albion, Orleans county, 

Orangetown(?)then Orange co. 

Albany, Albany county, 

Utica, Oneida county, 

Palmyra, Wayne county, 

Kingston, Ulster county, 

Kingston, Ulster county, 

Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence co 



Districts. 



Oswego, Oswego county, 

, Westchester county,.. 

Solon, C<«rtland county, 

Warwick, Orange county, . . . . 
Alexander, Genesee oounty,. . 



6tb, 

16th, .... 

1st, 

Eastern,. 
Western, 
Western, 

6th, 

Eastern, . 
27lh, ... 

8th 

18th, .... 
Eastern,. 

8d, 

Ist 

Middle, . 
Western, 

22d, 

Southern, 

4th, 

Western, 
Southern, 

26th 

Western, 
29lh, .... 
Eastern,. 
Middle, . 
Western, 

7lh, 

6th, 

8th 

7th, . ... 
26th, . . . 
Southern, 
Western, 

6th, 

8d 

Southern, 
Middle, . 
26th, ... 
Western, 

6th 

28d, . .. 

8d 

l«t, 

7th, . ... 
Western, 

Rth 

Middle, . 

4th, 

lllh, .... 

8th 

Middle, . 

8d 

Western, 

7th, 

Middle, . 
Middle, . 

4th 

Eastern, . 

20th 

Southern. 

6th 

Middle, . 
8th, 



Years in Senate. 



l^as 6, T, 8, 9. 

1S50. 1. 

1842. 

1816, 17, 18, 19. 

1798,4,1799 to 1802 

1784, 6, 6, 7. 

1845, 9. 
1820, 1, 2. 
1848,9. 
1881,2 
1889, 40, 1, 2. 
1791to3.97tol302. 
1888, 4, 5, 6. 
1824. 5, 6, 7. 
1784, 6, 6, 7. 
1807, 8. 9. 10. 
1848, 9, 60, 1. 
1791 to 4.99 to 1803 
1880, 1. 2, 8. 
1799, 1800, 1, 2. 
1809,10,11,12. 
1861, (ex. ses.) 
1797 to 1802. 
1856. 

1797 to 1804. 

1798 to 1801, 6 to 9. 
1820, 1, 2. 
1828,4. 

1828, 4, 6. 

1888. 4, 6, 6. 

1847. 

1860, 1. 

1822. 

1818! 14, l^ 16. 

1826, 7, 8, 9. 

1824, 6, 6, 7. 

1797, 8, 9, 1800. 

1810, 11, 12, 18. 

1866,7. 

1810. 11. 12. 18. 
1847. 
1848,9. 

1848, 9. 

1864,5. 

1882, 8, 4, 5. 

1809. 

1861, (ex. ses.) 

1818,19,20,1. 

1846. 6. 7. 
1866, 7. 
1842 to 1847. 
1772 to 1790. 
1847. 

1817 to 1822. 
1826. 7, 8, 9. 
1822. 

1793. 4, 5, 6. 
1888, 4. 

1816. 17. 18. 19. 
1851, (ex. ses.) 
1795 to 1808. 
1828. 

1787 to 1804. 
1839, 40, 1, 2. 



1 Admitted to his seat, by resolution of senate, July 2. See note, p. 186. 



142 



NEW-YORK SENATE. 



Names. 



Hawley, WUliam M., 

Elayden, MoBes, 

Hitchcock, Simon C, 

Hitchcock, Zina, 

Hoffman, Anthony, 

Hofceboom, Jahn G., 

Hogcboom, Stephen, 

Hopkins, David, 

Hopkins, James C, 

Hopkins. James C, 

Hopkins, Reuben, 

Hopkins, Samuel M^ 

Hotchkiss, William, 

Hubbarb, John F., 

Hubbard, Ruggles, 

Hull, Laurens, 

Uumflrey, Cornelius, 

Humphrey, Friend, 

Humphrey, Bonben, 

Hunt, Alvab, 

Hunter, John, 

Huntington, Abel, 

Huntington, Bei\jamin N.,. 

Huntingt'm, George, 

Huntington, Henry, 

Huntington, James, 

Huntting. Bei^amin, 

Hutchins, James, ......... 

Hutton, Christopher, 

Hyde, Caleb, 

Jay, Sir James, knight, . . . 

Johnson, Daniel, 

Johnson, Noadiah, 

Johnson, Robert, 

Johnson, Stephen C, 

Johnson, Stephen H., 

Johnson, William Samuel,. 
Jones, David R. Floyd,... 

Jones, Elbert H., 

Jones, Henry Floyd, 

Jones, Dr. John, 

Jones, John P., 

Jones, Nathaniel, 

Jones, Samuel, 

Jordan, Ambrose L., 

Judsou, David C^ 

Kellogg, Isaac, 

KellyrWilllam, 

Kemble, John C, 

Kent, Moss, 

Keyes, Perley, 

Keyes, Perley, 

King, John A., 

KIrby, Micidah W., 

Klock, Jacob Q., 

Knox, John, 

Lacy, Isaac, 

Lake, Weils, 

Landon, Jonathan, 

Lausing, Robert, 

Lansing, Robert, 

Lawrt-nce, John, 

lAwrence, Ji>hn L., 

Lawrence, Jonathan, 

Lawrence, Sidney, 

Lawyer, Abraham L., 

Lee, Martin, 



Residences. 



Districts. 



Homellsviilo, Steuben county, 

York, Livingston county, 

Cazenovia, Madison county,.. 
Kingsburv, Washington co.,. . 
Rhinebeck. Dutchess county,. 
Ciaverack, Columbia county,. 
Claverack, Columbia county,. 
Hebron, Washington county,. 
Granville, Washington oo.,. . . 
Ogdensburgh. St.Lawrence co. 
, Orange county, 



Le Roy, Genesee county, 

Chester, W arren county, . . . . . 
Norwicli, Chenango county, . 
Troy, Rensselaer county, . . . . , 
Angelica, Allegimy county,. . . 
-, Dutchess county, . . . . , 



Albany, Albany county, 
Marcellus. Onondaga*connty,. 
Greene, Chenango county, . . . 
New Kochelle, Westchester co.. 
East Hampton, Suffolk county, 

Rome, Oneida county, 

Bath, Steuben county, 

Rome, Oneida county, 

Big Stream Point, Yates co.,. 
Southamptcm. Suffolk county,. 

Brooklyn, Kings county 

, Renssdaer county,... 

,Tiofifa county, 



West Hampstead, Rockl'd ca, 
Delhi, Delaware county, .... 



Delhi, Delaware county, 
Schen»'Ctady, Schenectady oo., 

New-York, 

New-York, 

, Queens county,. . . 

Jamidca, Queens county,. 
, Queens county, . 



Montioello, Sullivan county,.. 
Newburgi), Orange county,. .. 

Jamaica, Queens county, 

Hudson, Columbia county,... 
Ogdensburgh, SULawrenoe co. 



Rhinebeck, Dutchess county,. 

Troy, Rensselaer county, 

Cooperstown, Otsego county, . 
Watertown, Jefferson county,. 
Waterto¥m. Jefferson county,. 

Jamaica, Queens county, 

Henrietta, Monroe county, .... 
Caughnawaga (dist.) Palatine, 
Waterloo, Seneca county,.... 
South Chili, Monroe county,.. 

, Ulster county, 

-, Dutchess county. 



Watertown, Jefferson o^iunty,. 
Watertown. Jefferson county,. 
Flushing, Queens county,.... 

New- York, 

Newtown« Queens county,. . . 

Moira, Franklin county, 

C'obleskill, Schoharie county,. 
Granville, Washington co.,. . . 



26th, .... 
8th, .... 
20th, .... 
Eastern, . 
Middle, . 
Middle, . 
Middle, . 
Ex stern, . 
13tb, .... 

4th 

Middle, . 
Western, 
14th, .... 

6th 

Eastern, ' 

6th 

Middle, . 

8d, 

Western, 
6th 

^d^ • • • • • 

Southern, 
19th, ... 

6th 

Western, 

25th, 

Southern. 

2d, 

Eastern, . 
Western, 
Southern, 
2d, ... 
8d, ... 
Middle, 
8d, ... 
lUh, .. 

6th, 

1st, 

Southern, 

Ist, 

Southern, 

2d 

9th 

Southern, 

8d, 

Eastern, . 
Eastern, . 

Sth, 

84, 

Western, 
Western, 

5th, 

Ist, 

27th 

Western, 
Western, 

Sth. 

2d 

Middle, 

6th, 

2l8t, 

Southern, 
4th. . . 
Southern, 

4th, 

8d, .. 
4th,.. 



Years in Senate. 



1848.9. 

1829. 80. 

1854,6. 

1794 to 1808. 

1788, 9, 90. 

1801,2,8,4. 

1806, 6, 7, 8. 

1786 to 9, 1809 tola 

1854, 6. 

1840, 1, 2, 8. 

1794, 6, «, 7. 

1622. 

1856, 7. 

1829 to 1886. 

1812. 18. 14, 16. 

1888, 9, 40, 1. 
1787, 8 9. 
1840, 1. 
1811,12,18,14. 

1889, 40, 1, 2. 
1828, 1886 to 184& 
H22. 

lS51(ex.8C8.),2,8 
1886, 7, 8, 9. 

1805, 6, 7. 
1S56,7. 
1801, 2, 8, 4. 
1884,6. 
1802. 

1804, 6. «, 7. 
1778,1781,2. 
1889, 40, 1, 2. 
1887,8,9. 

1804. 5, 6, T. 

1844. 6, 6, 7. 
1850,1. 
1848,9. 
1844 6, 6, 7. 

1818. 14. 15. 
188«, 7, 8, 9. 
1777,8. 
1885, 6, T, a. 
1852,8. 
1791 to 1799. 

1826. 7, 8. 
1822. 

1806, 9, 10, 11. 
1856,7. 
1884,6,6. 
1800, 1, 8, 8. 
1814, 15, 16, 17. 
1824,6^6,7. 
1628. 
1858,8. 

1779 10 1786. 

1817, 18, 19, 2«. 

18«, 6, 7, 8. 

1826, 6, 7, 8. 

1777, 8, ». 

1888,8,4,6. 

1864,5. 

1788, 9, 90. 

1848,9. 

1777loT9,IOto(B 

1848,4. 

1885, 6, r, 8. 

1888.9,40^1. 



MEW-YOSK 8ENATB. 



ffllArU, John..... 



UrlOKSIOD, Ckarlsil''... 
Lirlnffitoo, Ednni P-. . 
UTiagOoa Edvanl F., . 
Urirjgibaii, Hflnrf At .. 
Urlofttoo, jDbD. 



LMngWuo, FUUp, 

UTlDBinn, PWUp, Jr.,. 

Locke, NUhnioC 

Loonih, CkwuiGT 

ItMi^atialL:,.^.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
lonmbenr, KbtntTOr,. , 

LoniubaiT. John, . 

Laih. BtHriwn. 

LlFi^ CbirlMW,.... 

ijiule, lillT, 

LTDd«,TiUr. 

Ltoh. ('mien, et Lfoiudi 

tteC^JmnHi, 

HcOvQr, Jokn, 

MBoloiuld, AUu. 

MdIKhwU, AlexHuder, . 
If oDomll, Jobn e 



MoHaitlo, Dmuiiii, Jr., 
UclflohMliBMiard,... 
HeMmrnr, WUHuii,... 
UaddHLBdwird H., . . 
UilioD, LeODUd, 



HBim, OhirlM A., ... 
MvUb, Frsdnlek a., . 

UaOn,WtUtr, 

Msltatt, HlnmF^ ... 
HUUiiwa. Tbusni, . .. 



«. P«iU, . .. . 
QIMiT.,.. 



MiOit, J(£n I, . .. 
Miller, aa,ni»L... 



MOOH*. BeldutiB, -■ 

More, Jnbn T., 

Uorfu, BdiriB D.,. . 
HomiitJededlilw . . 

HoitW. H«V«T &, . . . 
M:acTi*,JwDt>, 



Fallon. OnrefD soqnl;,. . . 
Brmklju. King* gooiuj,.. 
BroolEljn, Klnip aoonlr, . . 
BroDkU'n, KliuBODiuitT.-- 
Cniui9^fO>, Onlar' 



tlTDBlciwM'v 

CbenrTallef, OtH^>co.i.. 



Ml Hook, it) DnlslitH «■>.,. 



BuhrlUis, OnUrlo covDtf,, 
Brooklyn. Klnga cooiU]', • . 
MublaLDwn. UJiler eountf 



Albvif, Albany couuiy,. 

HoniFT. Conlud oosBt]', 

aherbume, Chenuico boooIt, 
Shsrbums, Oli«nsiigi> nniur, 
Ljcnudflld, Lflwii cooatj, . . , 

,4ll«»nr«Miiiij, .... 

OMTmuu, AlbwiT wnotj, , . 
While Plafni, WHlohcolercc 

Niir-ToA, 

CbenniDg, (Ihea) Tlam oo.^ 
W>ruw« STjomlnff oouDlyf. 
Albur, Albany countjr, 

ILbaeo, Tampuiu munvi , , , 
OamOrldn, ^aahlngton eo. 
Baleni. WaahlngloB coBDly, 
BrMdilUn. Moutgomer; on. 
Bioadaibln. M oatgomery oo. 
SebeneoUdj, Beheneotad]' b( 

MBW-Yort, 

Mlddleloiin, Oranm soanlf,. 
PouffbkeepaLo, Datcheu eo., 
OofOuidTine, OorUandiBo.,, 

UUoa^OnaldiEOnnfi^........, 

FrankllDfille, OMtanxunu Uh 
MantnbiirEb, Lewli ooantr,.^ 
Elbrldge, Onoadaga «nnly.. 
Elmln, llhen) Tt^ eonii^, 

Orld, SeneoB Boniujr 

UUea, Oneida oonnly,. 

, Onondan ooonly,. . . 

, RlehmoBd onin^,... 

Fabliu. Ooondaga ooDh^, . . 



Can^oharlB, Mtratgomtry 00 
PlnUabor^, CUnlOD coiinV,. 
BoibnrirriMlawin eoiinn, . 

Mew York, 

Aurora, Cuua emui^, 

Worubon'. BBlllTan eonntj, 
BotMrnaii, OOtto oaonv,. - 



Middle, . 
Soulbem, 



ireitoisw,! 

18S4, sl (I, T. 



. iT»3ioe,ieisu>i> 



fiaalem, 
md1(i|! 



,*,6, «■ 
; IB, SO, 1. 

JBSi; », 8, *. 

11)11, a. 

1S2S,< 6. 
iaM,(«.MUIai 
19U.B, «. I. 

. im. H, B, w. 
. is-ti, s. 4, a. 
, ITei,^ «. 

■"»,», 4,5. 



. 1891, a, «, SO. 

! latitls. 

. 1SM,T. 

. IBM, C 0. T. 

. 1811, Ig, 10. W. 

, isis, 4, ^ e. 



, 17Sfl. «,!,». 



NEW-IOBK SENATE. 



NiFholu, J(An.. 



<M«i,It 



OtK. Job 



»;s 



P.«LlnB, LBvi, 

Frck, Bethuel, 

Peck, Jedediab, 

P«lr,Jd«phS., 

PheTp«,8elh, 

Pierce, OeorseT- 

riimJumM, 

piSu.j(e™iuh.":i;.' 

nBluZephiatab,... . 

Pnrler, John, 

Pnrter. TlmoUif H., ., 

Fowsn. Jtmet, 

Powen. Wmiun, 

TreadergHl. .ledlah. . 
Frendern*'- ^o*"! ^■•■ 



Pye.Diylil, 

Qiiulceninu, Hennen 
EBrtclift Pelet W 

Rm, Alecunr^. ...'.. . 



Hlcherdg. GBorge, .... 
Blchmnlsaii. Ehjod J>, 
KlchaTdioD- Jobn,^..! 

Elder.JiiuH 

BubfFUan, WIQIiun H. 
Koblnwii, CIiuIhD^ 

Baii«Te11,Iuu,'!!!]! 



fa^ Onlulo couol]', ^ 



heiu. Orel 



&t; 



icnse, Onnndagi counl;, , 

■ifloh, ChMUingo eonnlj,.. 
WilHin, Dclmre eminl;, ... 
Willon. Deliwue eiHinlf ,. . . , 
Penn Tui, T«la eonnt;, .... 



Middle,.. 
>lld(!le,!! 



BarllngUin, C 
N«w-Yofk,.. 



NIcbDis, Tlogs coanl;,. .. 
Poogliketni-fe, DaleheH o 
Auburn, Cayngi eonnly. . 
OlMD. Catumngos counV 



-, Golan 



ibnsb. Renuekaer eo.,. . , 

, Cbsnianque cwmty,. . . 

Wlnaeld. Herkimer eonnV, .. 
Bilein, WeUfhmler eoon^,.. 

AUic>,V]i<imiii[ eanair, 









Ilanler 



Aleidiider, Oenens eonn^,. 



■vt>.Oi 



Mdno]', Dclswiro coanl)'. . , 

CbHTT Taller, Otoegoconn.,. 
WureDSbDHD, Wuren eo, . 
VOa, Oneldm eoontr, 

JbhuIo, QaeBDi maBtf, . . 
KUoiiib, Waleboler e«u 
Almond. AllennTeflfintjr,. 
Wbilloiubnrdi, EtmcoDi 

H«w.T«*....7. 

DelbL Dslinn ernnn, . . 
IMM. IMawm ooddITi ■ . 



1811,18, 19, ». 

ISBO, 1. 

laifl. IT. IS. 19. 



. isaa, I. 
- mi lo iisi. 

. ISSg la IG4t. 



UldJK. 
Soaihcra, 



IMS tolMfc 
ini to ITH. 
1B>1 h) ISSt. 
IS18 to IBM. 
ISHiT. 
ISOSUilBU. 



. IW1.S. 

ia»,i. 

. Iffil^S. 



NBW-TOBK SENATE. 



145 



HuMi. 



Boseboom, Bobert, . . . 
Boeecrans, Geoi^^ . . 

Bofls, WlUiaiu, 

Rouse, Gasper M., . . . 

Kuger, WiUiani, 

Busies, Fiands H., , 
Busaell, Ebenei^,... 



Beaidenoes. 



Ch^nj Valley, Otsego county, 
Geitnan Flats, Herkimer co^ 
Newbanrh, Orange coanty, . 
> Chenango coanty 



Sanger, Jedediah, 

8and0rk John,' 

Sands, Joehna. 

Sands, Bob^l, 

8anf<Hrd, Edward, 

8anft»tl, John, 

Sanford, Mitchell, 

Sanford, Nathan, 

Sanlbrd, Benben, 

Sarage, Edward, 

Sarage, James, 

Schenek, Abraham, 

Schoick, John, 

ScbendE, JohnJ Jr^ ....... 

SchoonmnkOT, Marius F., . 

Scott, John BI, 

Scott, John Moria, 

Seovil, Carl«isP., 

Schoyler, Pfter, 

Schuyler, PhiUp, 



Districts. 



Watertown, Jenerson county, 
Fredonia, Chautauque county, 
Salem, Washington coanty, , 

New Hartford, Oneida county, 
Schenectady, (then) Albany co. 
Brooklyn. Kings county, .... 
, Washington county, . . 

New-York, 

Amsterdain, Mcmtgomery co., 

( atskill, Greene coanty, 

New-York, 

Wilmington, Essex county,. . . 
Salem, Washington county,. . . 
Salem, Washington county,. . . 
Fishkill, Dutchess county,. . . . 



Years in Senate 



Sedgwick, Henry J., ...•• . 

Seeer, Frauds, 

Seidell, Charles, 

Reward, WUIiamH., 

Seymonr, Henry, 

Sherman, Alpheiu 

ShermaiLGeoq^ 0*, 

Sherrfll, SHaklm, , 

Sherwood, Xiyman, .... ,. 

Shipherd, DanM, 

Sibtey, Mark H~. 

Sickles, Daniel E., 

SilTester, Peter, 

Skinnt* r, Alanson, . . ^. . . 
Skinner, Avery, ........ 

Skinn«r, Boger, 

Smalley, Sylranns, 

Smith, Addison M. 

Smith, ^rus P.. 

Smith, Etenry B., 

Smith, Joshna, 

Smith, Jnsbaa B^ 

Smith, Justin A., 

Smith, Nathan, 

Smith, Saxton, 

Smith, Saxleii, 

Smith, William, 

Snell,Jaoob, 

Snow, Simeon, 

Snydr, John 

Spencer, Ambraee, 

Spencer, Ambrose^ 

Spencer, -John C>, 

Spencer, Joseph, 

Spencer, Joahoa A., . . . . 

Spencer, Mark. 

Spraker, Darid, 

Bcanton, Henry B., 

Stearns, Jithn, 



North Hemmtead, Queens co., 
Kingston, Ulster county, .... 

New- York, •. , 

N e w- York, 

Martinsbui^h, Lewis county, . 



Albany, Albany county,. 



Western,. 
Eastern, . 
Middle,.. 
Western,. 

6lh, 

8th, 

Evstem, . 

Wes'em,. 
Eastern, . 
Southeru, 
Middle,.. 

Ist, 

16th, .... 

8d 

Southern, 

4th, 

Eastern, . 
Middle,.. 
Middle,.. 
Southern, 

I8t, 

10th, •••. 
iSt, ••.... 
Southern, 

6th, 

Western,. 
Western. 



Manlius, Onondaga county,. . . 

Turin, Lewis county 

Troy, Bensselaer county, 

Auburn, Cayuga county, 

Utica^neida county, 

New- Y ork, 

Watertown, Jefferson county,. 
Shandaken, Ulster county, .... 

Lyons,- Wayne county, 

Argyle, Washington county, . . 
Canandaigua, (mtano county, 

New- York, 

Kinderhook, Columbia coanty, 
Brownville, Jefferson county,. 
Unlnn Square, Oswego co.,. . . 
Sandy Hill, Wa^^hington co.,. . 
— , Chenango county, .... 

Morris, Ots^ co., : 

Brooklyn, Elnge county, 

Chateaugay, Franklin county,. 
Smfthtown, Suffolk county, . . . 
Smithtown, Suffolk county,. . . 
Whitehall, Washington co., . . 
Fairfield, Herkimer coanty, .. 
Putnam Valley, Putnam co., . 
Putnam Yalley, Putnam co., . 

Islip, Suflblk county, 

Oppenhelm, (then) Mont, co., 
Boot, Montgomery county, .... 
Ancram, i'oiambia coanty, . . . 
Hudson, Columbia coanty, .... 
Hudson, Colambia county, .... 
Canandaigua, Ontario county, 
Bochest(»', Monroe county, . . . 

Utica, Oneida coanty, 

New- York, 

Cani^oharie, Montgomery co., 
Seneca Falls, Seneca county,. 
Waterfiml, Saratoga county,. . 



7th, 

5'h, .... 
Eastern, 

7th, 

Western, 
Ist, .... 

6th 

10th, .... 

7th, 

Eastern, . 

7th, 

8d, 

Middle,.. 
.21st...... 

6lh, 

Eastern, . 
Western,. 

18lh 

2d, 

IMh, ... 

Ist, 

2d, 

18th, .... 

Western. 

2d, 

7th, 

Soutliern, 

Western,. 

16th, .... 

8th, 

Eastern, . 
Middle,.. 
7th, 



8th, ... . 
6th, ..... 

6th, 

4th, 

25th, . . . . 
Eastern,. 



1801 to 1804. 

1819 to 1822. 

1816 to 1822. 

1812 to 1816. 

1842,8. 

1847. 

1779 to 82 17>5to 

88, 1796 to 18(8. 
1797 to 1804. 
1799 to 1802 
1792 to 1799. 
1797 to 1800. 
1846, 7. 

1861, (ex. seasion.) 
1840. 

1812 to 1816. 
1828 to 1881. 
1797 to 1800. 
1789 to 92,1 802 to 7 
1796 to 1799. 
1798to&99tol80« 
1828 to 1881. 
I860, 1. 
1841 to 1844. 
17n to 1782. 
1848 to 1846. 
1767 to 1792. 
1781 to 4, 1786 to 9, 

1792 to 1797. 
1846 to 1847. 
1884 to 1887. 

1808 to 1811. 
1S81 to 1884. 
1816 to 1819, 18S8. 
1880 to 1^. 
1844,6. 
1864,6. 
1842. 
1822. 
1840,1. 
1866, 7. 
1T97 to 1800. 
I860, 1. 
1883 to 1841. 
1818 to 1821. 

1809 to 1812. 
1866,7. 
1866,7. 
1862,8. 
1826 to 1829. 
2844 to 1847. 
1866. 7. 

1807 to 1814. 
1846, 7. 
1848, 9. 
1777. 

1808 to 1810. 
1862,8, 
1850, 1. 
1796 to 1798. 
1802. 

1826 to. 1828. 
1828. 
1846,7. 
1S54 to 1857. 
1886 to 1689^ 
1860, 1. ... 

1810 tal8UL. . 



13 



146 



NBW-YOSK SENATB. 



Nftmet. 



Stebbins. Charles, 

Btorling. Micah 

Stevart, Samuel, 

8U>ntt, Asabel 0^ 

Btoring, Adam,. 

Btoutenburgh, Isaac, 

Stower, John Gt^ 

Slraaahan, Farrand 

Straiiahan. Farrandi, 

Strong, Henry W 

Strong, Selah, 

t^udaui, John, 

Suffem, John, 

Smlieriand, Jacob, 

Bntherland, Solomon, 

Swart, Peter, 

Swartwout. Jaoobos, 

gwuet, Sidney, 
will, Philetus, 

Tabor, Azor, 

Tabor, William H., 

Taloott, Enoch B., 

Tallmadge Frederick A^. 
Tallmadge, Matthias B., .. 
Tallmadge^ Nathaniel P^ . 

TamMin, John W., 

Tappen, Christopher, 

Tayler, John, 

2[aylor, John W 

Tf*n Broeclc, Abraham 

Ten Broeck. IMrck W., . . . . 

Ten Eyek, Anthony, 

Thomas, Thomas 

Thompson, William, 

Thorn, Stephen, 

Thorn, Stephen, 

Throop, Oeoi^ B , 

Tibbits, George, 

Tiffany, George, 

Tillotsqn, Thomas, 

Todd. Walter, 

Tompkins, Minthome,.... 

Towne, Gardner, 

Townsend, Henry A., 

Townsend, John, 

Townsend, John, 

Townsend, Samnel, 

Tozer, Elishama 

Tracy. Albert H., 

Tredwell, Thomas, 

Tredwell, Thomas, 

Tredwell, Valentine, 

TntUe, Sidney, 

Tyson, Jacob, 

Upharn, Alonao 8., 

Usher. Bloomfldd, 

VaU, Moses, 

Van Bergen, Peter A., . . . . 

Van Bnren, Martin, 

Van GorUandt, Philip 

Van Cortlandt, Piorre, .... 

Vanderbilt, John, 

Vanderbilt, John, 

Van Dyck, Henry H., 

Van Ness, David, 

VanNeas, Peter, 

Van RMMselaer, Stephen,. 
Van Sohalek, Anthony, .... 
Van Sehaiek, Myndert,. . .. 



Besideneea 



Cazenovia, Madison county,.. 
Watertown, Jefferson county, . 
Waterford, Saratoga county,.. 
PetertM>ro\ Madismi county,. . 
German, Chenango county,. . . 



Hamilton, Madison county, . . . 
Cooperstown, Otsego county,. 
Cooperstown. Ots^o county,. 
Truy, Bensselaer county, .... 
Brookhaven, Suffolk county,.. 

Kingston, Ulster county, 

, Bockland county, .... 

Blenheim, Schoharie county,. 
Dutchess county. 



Schoharie, Schoharie oounty,. 
Dutchess county,, 



Dansville, Livingston county,. 

Phelps, Ontario county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Dover. Dutchess county, , 

Oswego, Oswego county, 

New-York, 

Poughkeepsie, Dutchess co.,. 
Poughkeensie, Dutchess co... 
Evans Mills^ ilefliBrson county, 

Kingston, Ulster county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Balis: ou Spa, Saratoga county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany. Albany county, 

, Westchest. r county,... 



Granville, Washington county, 
Granville, Washington county. 
Auburn, Cayuga county,... 
Troy, Bensselaer county,... 

, Schoharie county,. . . 

•, Dutchess county. 



Carmel, Putnam county, 

Castleton, Bichmond county,. 
Butland, Jefferson county,.. .. 



New-Yoi*, . 



, Charlotte county, .... 

Bufllalo, Erie oounW, 

Smithtown, (?) Sufltulk county, 
Plattsburgh, Clinton county,, 
Bensselavrville, Albany coonty 
Gilboa, Schoharie county, .... 
-, Bichmond county, .... 



Le Boy, Genesee coanty, 
Potsdam, St. Lawrence co., .. 

Troy, Bensselaer oonnty 

Catskill, Greene county, 

Klnderhooky Columbia connty 
Ck)rtlandt, Westchester oounty 
Corilandt, Westchester county 
Flatbnsh, Kings oounty, 
Brooklyn, Kings conn^, 
Goshen, Orange connty, 



Albany, Albany county,. 



Districts. Yean in Senate. 



6th 

6th, .... 
Eastern, 
20th, ... 
18th, ... 
Southern, 
6th. ... 
Western,. 
6Ui, .... 

8d 

Southern, 

2d, 

Middle,.. 

8d, 

Middle, . 
Middle,.. 
Middle,.. 
89th, .... 
Western,. 
11th, ... 
Middle,.. 

6th, 

Ist, 

Western,. 

IvUy • • • • • • 

21st, .... 
Middle,.. 
Eastern, . 

4th, 

Western,. 
Western.. 
Eastern, . 
Southern, 
Middle,.. 
Eastern, . 

2d, 

7th, 

Eastern, . 
Western,. 
Middle,.. 
8d 

Ist, 

21st, 

Western,. 
Southern, 

Ist, 

Southern, 
Eastern, . 

8th, 

Southern, 



lUh, .... 
ITth, .... 

Itt, 

28th, .... 
15th, .... 
Eastern,. 
Middle, . 
Middle, . 
Soathem 
Southern. 
Southern, 

2d 

2d, 

Middle, 
Western,. 
Western,. 
Western, 
!•«• 



1886 to 1S29. 

1886 to 1889. 
1814 to 1817. 
1S6U, 1. 
1854,6. 

177Sto&0 1786 1»7 
188)), 4. 

1814 to 1817. 
1828,4. 
1841 to 1344. 
1793 lo ISOO. 
1823, 4, 1883 to 85. 
1800 to 18U8. 
1828. 

1801, S. 

1817 to 1880 

1784 to 1795. 
1856,7. 
1811 to 1818. 
1858,8. 

1818 to 181& 
1845 to 1S47. 

1887 to 1840. 
1808 to 1806. 
1880 to 188S. 
1848, 9. 
1797 to 1799. 
ia08« 1804 lo 1814 
1841, 8. 

1780 to 1788. 
17n to 1779. 
1797 to 1801. 
1806 to 1808. 
1797 to 1800. 
1806 to 1808. 

1888 to 1886. 
1888 to 1881. 

1815 to 1818. 
1808 to 1806. 
1791 to 17r9. 
1^88 to 1881. 
1840, 1. 
1856.7. 
1311 to 1814. 
1880 to 1888. 
1847. 

1784* to 1790. 

1780. 

1880 to 1S87. 

1786 to 1789. 

1804 to, 1807. 

lS4a,9. 

1850,1. 

1888. 

1850tol858,l«6r.,f 

185T. 

1797 to 1801. 

1808 to 1804. 

1818 to 1880. 

1791 to 1794. 

im- 

178T to 179a 
1858, 8. 
1887 to 1840. 
ISO], 8. 

1785 to 1798. 
1791 to 1796. 
1797 lolSOa 
1888I0 18ML 



KEW-TOBK SBKATB. 



147 



Names. 



Bestdeneet. 



Districts. 



Yean In Senate. 



Van Schoonhoven^aoobus 
Van Sehoontaoven, Wm. H. 
Van Scboonhoyen, Wm. H. 
VanVeehten, Abraham,.. 
VanVechten, Abraham,.. 

Varian, Isaae L., 

Vamey, Edmnnd, 

Veed«r, John, 

Veeder, Bimon 

Verbryck, Bamoel O., 

Verplanek, Oollan G. 

Vtele, John L., 

VIele, John L., 

Wadsworth, James, 



Wager, Davkl, 
Walker, 



AlvahH., 

Wsrd. Eiisha, 

Ward, Jaq>er, 

Ward. Jonathan, 

Ward, Stephen, 

Warrm, Muses, 

Watemiaii, Thomas Gn*.. 

Watklns, John D., 

Watson, James, 

Webster, Alexander, 

Wendell, Gerritt, 

~ IM., 



Wt«toott, David 
Whalkm, James 8., 

Wheeler, Orattan H., 

Wheeler, Melaneton, 

Whe^er. Thomas J.| 

White, Ebenexer, 

White, Joseph, 

White, Boderleir 

Whitinc, WUUam B., 

Whitaej, Thomas B., 

WUkin, James W., 

Wilkin, SamnelJ., 

WUkinton, Samael, 

Wiii«t,Jabes, 

WUIiams, John, 

Wmiaroa, John, 

Williams, Josiah B 

Williams, Bichard H., .... 

Williams, Bichard B., 

Williams, Bobert, 

Williams, Timothy B., .... 

W< ••on, Isaac, 

W.suer, Henry, 

WoodhnIL Jesse, 

Woodward, Bei^amin,.... 

Woodworth, John, 

Woodworth, Bobert, 

Woostor, Sherman, 

Works, Samael, 

Wright, Daniel S., 

Wright, John a, 

Wright SUas, Jr. 

Yat^ Abraham, Jr., 

Yates, Henry, Jr., 

Yates. Joseph O., 

Yost, Oeorge, 

Yonng, Samu^ 

Yoong. Samuel, 



Half Moon Saratoga Connty,. 

Troy, Bensselaer county, 

Troy, Bensselaer county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Albany, Albany county, .... 

New-York, 

Bussia, Herkimer cnnnty, .... 
Schenectady, (then)Alt>any co. 

Albany, Albany county, 

, Bockland county, .... 

New-York 

Troy, Bensselaer county, 

Troy, Bensselaer county, 

BnflUo. Erie county, 

Utica, Oneida connty, 

Fr- donia, Chautauquo county. 
Silver Creek, Ghautauque co., 

New-York 

, Westchester county,.. 

, Wcstctiestcr county, . . 

Hoosick, Bensselaer county,. . 
Binghamton, Broome county, 

LiberU, Sullivan county, 

New-York 

Hebron, WaAington county, . 
Cambridse, Washington co., . 

Goshen, Orange county 

Keeseville, Enex connty, .... 

Bath, Steuben county, 

Whitehall, Washington co., . . 
Ckmnewanco, Cattaraugus co., 
-, Suffolk county, . 



Cherry Valley, Otsego county, 
Olean, Cattaraugus county,. . . 



New- York, 

Goshen, Orange county, 

Goshen, Orange county, 

Buflhlo, Erie county, 

Potsdam, St Lawrence co., . . 
Salem, Washington county, .. 
Salem, Washington county, . . 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, ... . 

Potter, Yates county, 

New-York, 

Poughkeepsie, f?) Dutchess co. 
Ithaca, Tompkins county, .... 

, Genesee county, 

Goshen, Orange county, 

Monroe, Orange county, 

Mount Hope, Orange county,. 
Troy, Bensselaer county, .... 
Troy, Bensselaer county, .... 
Newport, Herkimer county,.. 
Lockport, Niagara county,... 
Whitehall, Washington co.,.. 
Esperance, Schoharie county. 
Canton, St Lawrence county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Schenectady, Schenectady co., 
Schenectady < then) Allmny co. 
Fort Plain, Montgomery co., . 
Ballston, Sarutoga county, .... 
Ballston. Sanit<^ county, . . . . 



Western,. 

8d, 

12th 

Eastern,. 
Middle... 

Ist 

4th 

Eastern, . 
Eastern, . 
Middle,.. 

1st, 

Middlo,.. 
4th, 



81st 

5th 

82d, 

82d, 

1st 

Southern, 
Southern, 

8d 

6th, 

9th 

Sonlbem, 
Eastern,. 
Eastern, . 

2d, 

14tb, .... 

6lh, 

4th, 

«th, 

Southern, 
Western^ 

82d, 

Western,. 

4ih, 

Middle,.. 

9th, 

8th, 

4th, 

Eastern, . 
Eastern, . 

25th, 

7th, .... 

8d 

Middle,.. 

25th, 

Western,. 
Middle,.. 
Middle,.. 

2d, 

Eastern,. 
Eastern,. 

5th, 

8th 

l$lh, ... 

3d 

4th, ..... 
Western,. 
Eastern, . 
Eastern,. 
16th, .... 
Eastern,. 
4th, 



1794 to 1&>0. 

1846,7. 

1852,8. 

1798 to ISrS. 

1816 to 1819. 

1842. 

1842 to 1845. 

1806 to 1809. 
1804 to 1806. 
1814 lo 1817. 
18^ to 1841. 
18-i2. 

1826 to 1829. 
1856,7. 

1886 to 1840. 
1854,5. 
1852,8. 
1828 to 182«. 

1807 to 1810. 
1780 to 1788. 
1828 to 1881. 

1827 to 1S80. 
1854,5. 
1797 8. 

m7 to 85, 90 to 98. 
1818 to 1816. 
1881 to 1884. 
1848,9. 

1828 to 1881. 
1828,4. 
1846,7. 
1811 to 1814. 

1797 to 1799. 
1866. 

1783 to 1785. 
1854^6. 

1801 to 4, lltoli. 
1848, 9. 
1825 to 1828. 
1885 to 1888. 
1777 lo in9. 
1788 to 1795. 
1852 to 1850. 
1846,7. 
1H$0, 1. 
1806 to 1811. 
1848, 9. 
1818 to 1821. 
1777 to 1782. 
1777 to 1780. 

1827 to 1880. 
1804 to 7. 

1798 to 1796. 

1828 to 1826. 

1887 to 1844. 
1852, 8. 
1848 to 1846. 
1824 to 1827. 
1777, 1779 to 1790. 
1811 to 14, IS to 2t 
1806 to 1808. 
1854,5. 

1818 to 1820. 
1885t64^46»r. 



A88EUBLT DIOTBICTS. 



ASSEMBLY DISTEICTO. 






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6 














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ASSKKBLT DISTSICTB. 



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'^!: 


jar.< 


rt" 


to 


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8 

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Total,. .. 


70 


TO 1 in^ 


1011 


112 


m ' li.-i 


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Vi^ 


IW 


198 



b ie«^ ISIG. AliefiM ucl aieuben, 1. 

a leot, BtocHH BBd Tu«>. 1. 

d 180^ CitUmngiu, ChinUgque ud Nl- 

• 1BI9,C 



£I9M, latB, aimloo 
lan, Erie ud Nil 
< 19«S, FbIIob tad H».uu>., .. 

ilSOi, OttiMM ud Onurlo, S. 
ISIS, UoBUamecJ ud Hunllton, t. 
I ITM, OiHiiduB and Herkimer, I. 
■t 1B(». L*wl*. MtoriB and e k L>w rV», 1. 
H ISIS lftlSll6,OHUBuidBt.Lavreiics,4. 
a1TM,8tumMdODlul(>, i. 
p xnt, HoaUMMrji uid Onlarlo, 1 
S 181(, OBt tm. O aopdiig* ud Oivego. u 

r ins, AllBintrand Scbokirlg. G. 

' 1 Ma, SuUlTiD u^UIMcr, 4. 

II ISIS, WuTHi uhI Wksblnilea, S. 

■ 1I8S udlTIl.Ctlnlonuid^Wuli'loB,!. 



ireC Co)aiDbl>,S: jUIhidt.T. 

im Bcheaeillul;. i : Albuy, 4 
i;ii». Csyugm 1 i OnoniHgm 1. 
190*. Bsnecl! C»ram,4 
L91T, Tompkins, S; Saave^ i; 



IS0«, Mudlioii, I ; Chmingo, i. 
mi! Uliter,T: dlH|[a, 4^elBHi 



ISIS, Onurio, 1 



,' 1 jXujio, S ; 
; WiynB,i;y»te« 
; 'Wiomliig, i. 



•13 



150 ASSEIIBLT DISTRICTS. 



ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS, 1846-1867. 

Until 1846, members of assembly were elected in the several 
counties by general ticket. Since that date they have been elected 
by single districts, designated by the boards of supervisors, and 
consisting of convenient and contiguous territory, of as nearly 
equal population as practicable.^ For the districts under the act 
of 1857, see Appendix, 

Albany County — (Four Districts) 

First District — let and 2d wards of the city of Albany, Bethlebem, 
Coeymans, Rensselaerville, Westerlo. 

. Second District — 10th ward of tlie city of Albany, Berne, Guilderlaud, 
Knox, New Scotland. 

Third District-^^d, 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th wards of the city of Albany. 

Fourth District — 7th and 9th wards of the city of Albany, Watervliet. 

Allbgany County — (Two Districts), 

First District — AQen, Angelica, Belfast, Birdsall, Burns, Caneadea, 
Centreville, Granger, Grove, Hume, New Hudson, Ossian, Rushford. 

Second District — Alfred, Almond, Amity, Andover, Bolivar, Clarks- 
ville, Cuba, Friendship, Genesee, Independence, Scio, Wellsville, West Al- 
mond, Wirt. 

Broome County — (One District), 

Cattaraugus County — (Two Districts). 

First District — Ashford, Burton, Carrolton, Ellicottville, Farmersville, 
Franklinville, Freedom, Hinsdale, Humphrey, Lyndon, Machias, Olean, 
Portsville, Rice, Yorkshire. 

Second District — Cold Spring, Connewango, Dayton, Great Valley, 
Leon, Little Valley, Mansfield, Napoli, New Albion, Otto, Perrysburgh, 
Persia, Randolph. 

Cayuga County — (Three Districts). 

First District — Cato, Conquest, Ira, Mentz, Sterling, Victory. 

Second District — City of Auburn, Aurelius, Brutus, Fleming, Owasco, 
Bennett, Springport. 

Third Disb^^A — Genoa, Ledyard, Locke, Moravia, Niles, Scipio, 
Sempronius, Sununer Hill, Venice. 

Chautauque County — (Two Districts). 

First Z>M<rid—Arkwright, Carroll, Charlotte, Cherry Creek, Ellieott, 
Ellington, Gerry, Hanovor, Kiantone, Poland, Pomfret, Sheridan, Villenovia. 

Sewnd District — Busti, Chautauque, Clymer, Ellery, French Creek, 
Harmony, Mina, Portland, Ripley, Sherman, Stockton, Westfield. 

> Oooatitalion, artlele 8, Mctkm 6. 



A8SBMBLT PISTBIOTS. 161 



Chemuno County — (One District). 

Chenango County — (Two Districts), 

First District — Columbus, Lincklaen, New Berlin, North Norwich, 
Norwich, Otselic, Pbarsalia, Pitcher, .Plymouth, Sherburne, Smyrna. 

Second District — Bainbridge, Coventry, Qerman, Greene, Guilford, 
Macdonough, Oxford, Preston, Smithville. 

Clinton County — ( Otie District )• 

Columbia County — (Ttoo Districts), 

First District — Ancram, Claverack, Clermont, Copake, Gallatin, Qer- 
mantown, Greenport, city of Hudson, Livingston, Taghkanick. 

Second District — Austerlitz, Canaan, Chatham, Ghent, Hillsdale, Ein- 
derhook. New Lebanon, Stockport, Stuyvesant. 

Cortland County — ( One District), 

Delaware County — (Two Districts). 

First District — Colchester, Delhi, Franklin, Hamden, Hancock, Mason- 
villc, Sidney, Tompkins, Walton. 

Second District — Andes, Bovina, Davenport, Harpersfield, Koriright, 
Meredith, Middletown, Roxbury, Stamford. 

Dutchess County — (Three Districts), 

First District — Beekman, Dover, East Fishkill, Fishkill, La Grange, 
Pawling, Union Vale. 

Second District — Clinton, Hyde Park, Pleasant Valley, Poughkeepsie, 
city of Poughkeepsie. 

Third IHstrict — Amcnia, Milan, Northeast, Pine Plains, Bedhook, 
Rhinebeck, Stanford. Washington. 

Erie County — (Four Districts), 

First District^ 1st, 2d, 8d, 8th, 9th, 10th wards of the city of Buffalo. 

Second District — Amherst, Black Rock, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 11th, IJith, 
13th wards of the dty of Buffalo, Clarence, Tonawanda. 

Third District — Alden, Aurora, Chictawauga, East Hamburgh, Ham- 
burgh, Lancaster, Marilla, Newstead, Wales, West Seneca. 

Fourth District — Boston, Brandt, Colden, Collins, Concord, Eden, 
Evans, Holland, North Collins, Sardinia. 

Essex County — (One District), 
Franklin County — (One District). 



162 ASSBMBLT DISTBICTS. 



Fulton and Hamilton Counties — (One District), 

Genbseb County — (Two Districts), 

First District — Alabama, Alexander, Batavia, Darien, Elba, Oakfield, 
Pembroke. 
. Second District — Bergen, Bethany, Byron, Le Roy, Pavilion, Stafford. 

Greene County — (Two Districts), 

First District — Athens, Cairo, Catskill, Halcott, Hunter, Jewett, 
Lexington. 

Second District — Ashland, Coxsackie, Durham, Greenville, New Balti- 
more, Prattsville, Windham. 

Herkimer County — (Two Districts). 

First District — Fairfield, Herkimer, Little Falls, Manheim, Newport, 
Norvay, Ohio, Russia, Salisbury, Wilmnrt. 

Second District — Columbia, Danube, Frankfort, German Flats, Litch- 
field, Schuyler, Stark, Warren, Winfield. 

Jefferson County — (Three Districts), 

First District — Adams, Ellisburgh, Henderson, Houndsfield, Lorraine, 
Rodman, Watertown, Worth. 

Second District — Alexandria, Antwerp, Champion, Le Ray, Phila- 
delphia, Rutland, Theresa, Wilna. 

Third District — Brownville, Cape Vincent, Clayton, Lyme, Orleans, 
Pamelia. 

Kings County — (Three Districts), 

First District Sih and 9th wards (of old Brooklyn), 13th, 14tb, 16th, 
16th wards ( Williamsburgh ), and 17th and 18th wards (Bush wick ), with 
New Lots, Flatbush, Flatlands, New Utrecht and Gravesend. 

Second District — 1st, 2d, 3d, 6th, 10th and 12th wards. 

Third District — 4th, 6th, 7th and 11th wards. 

Lewis County — {One District), 

LiYiNOSTON County — (Two Districts). 

First District — Avon, Caledonia, Geneseo, Groveland, Leicester, Lima, 
Livonia, York. 

Second District — Conesus, Mount Morris, North Dansville, Nanda, 
Portage, Sparta, Springwater, West Sparta. 

Madison County — (Two Districts). 

First District — Brookfleld, De Ruyter, Eaton, Georgetown, HamOkli, 
Lebanon, Madiaon, Nelson. 



ASfiEMBLY DISTRICTS. 153 

Second District — Cazenovia, Fenner, Lenox, Smithfleld, Stockbridge, 
Sullivan. 

Monroe County — ( Three Districts ). 

First District — Brighton, Henrietta, Irondeqnoit, Mendon, Penfield, 
Perrington, Pittsford, Rush, Webster. 

Sec<md District — City of Rochester. 

Third District — Chili, Clarkson, Gates, Greece, Ogden, Parma, Riga, 
Sweden, Wheatland, Unions 

Montgomery County — ( Two Districts ). 

First District — Amsterdam, Chai*leston, Florida, Glen, Mohawk. 
Second District — Canajobarie, Minden, Palatine, Root, St. Johnsville. 

New- York City and County — {Sixteen Districts). 

First District — Ist and 2d wards. Tenth District — 12th, 19th and 
Second District — 8d and 6th wards. 22d wards. 

Third District — 4th ward. Eleventh District — 18th ward. 

Fourth District — 5th ward. Twelfth District — 14th ward. 

Fifth District — 7th ward. Thirteenth District — 16th ward. 

Stxih District — 8th ward. Fourteenth District — 16th and 
Settenth District — 9th ward. 20th wards. 

Eighth District — 10th ward. Fifteenth District — 17th ward. 

Ifinth District — 11th ward. Sixteenth District — 18th and 21st 

wards. 

Niagara County — ( Two Districts ). 

First District — Lockport, Niagara, Pendleton, Royalton, Wheatfleld. 
Second District — Cambria, Hartland, Lewiston, Newfane, Porter, 
Somerset, Wilson. 

Oneida County — (Four Districts), 

First District — New Hartford, city of Utica, Whitestown. 

Second District — Augusta, Bridgewater, Kirkland, Marshall, Paris, 
Sangerfield, Vernon, Westmoreland. 

Third District — Anns ville, Camden, Florence, Rome, Verona, Vienna. 

Fourth District — Ava, Boonville Deerfield, Floyd, Lee, Marcy, Rem- 
seu, Steuben, Trenton, Western. 

Onondaga County — {Four Districts), 

First District — Camillas, Clay, Elbridge, Lysandcr, Van Buren. 
Second District — Marcellus, Onondaga, Otisco, Skaneatelcs, Spafibrd, 
Tnlly. 

Third District — Cicero. Geddes, city of Syracuse, Salina. 

Fowrth District — De Witt, Fabius, La Fayette, Manlius, Pompey. 



154 ASSEKBLT DtBTSICTS. 



Ontario County — ( Two Districts ). 

First District — Farmington, Gorham, HopeweU, Manchester, Phelps, 
Seneca. 

Second District — Bristol, Canadico, Canandaigua, East Bloomfield, 
Naples, Richmond, South Bristol, Victor, Wgst Bloomfield. • 

Orange County — ( Three Districts ). 

First District — Crawford, Montgomery. Newburgh, New Windsor. 

Second District — Blooming Grove, Chester, Cornwall, Goshen, Hamp- 
tonburgh, Walkill. 

Third District — Deerpark, Greenville, Minisink, Monroe, Mount Hope, 
Warwick, Wawayanda. 

Orleans County — ( One District ). 

OswBGO County — {Two Districts), 

First District — Granby, Hannibal, New Haven, Oswego, city of 
Oswego, Schroeppel, Scriba, Volney. 

Second District — Albion, Amboy, Boylston, Constantia, Hastings, 
Mexico, Orwell, Palermo, Parish, Redfield, Richland, Sandy Creek, West 
Monroe, Williamstown. 

Otsego County — ( Three Districts ). 

First District — Cherry Valley, Decatur, Maryland, Middlefield, Spring- 
field, Westford, Worcester. 

Second District — Burlington, Edmeston, Exeter, Hartwick, New Lisbon, 
Otsego, Plainfield, Richfield. 

Third District — Butternuts, Laurens, Milford, Morris, Oneonta, 
Otego, Pittsfield, Unadilla. 

Putnam County — ( One District ). 
Queens County — ( One District ). 

Hensselaer County — ( Three Districts ). 

First District — City of Troy. 

Second District — Berlin, Grafton, Hoosick, Lansingburgh, Petersburgb, 
Pittstown, Schaghticoke. 

Third District -^Bmnswicky Clinton, Greenbnsh, Nassau, North Grecm* 
bush, Poestenkill, Sandlake, Schodack, Stephento^^n. 

Richmond County — ( One District ). 
BocKLAND County — {One District). 



AAmifBhJ DISTJRICT8. 155 

St. Lawrence County — [Three Districts), 

First District — De Peyster, De Kalb, Fowler, Oonyernear, Hammond, 
Macomh, Morristown, Oswegatchie, Pitcairn, Hossie. 

Second District — Canton, £d wards, Fine, Hermon, Lisbon, Madrid, 
Norfolk, Pierrepont, Russell. 

Third District — Brasher, Colton, Hopkinton, Lawrence, Louisville, 
Masfena, Parishville, Potsdam, Stockholm. 

Saratoga County — [Two Districts), 

First District — Ballston, Charlton. Clifton Park, Gal way, Halfmoon, 
Malta, Milton, Stillwater, Waterford. 

Second District — Corinth, Day, Edinburgh, Greenfield, Hadley, Mo- 
reau, Northumberland, Providence, Saratoga, Saratoga Springs, Wilton. 

Schenectady County — [One District), 

Schoharie County — [Two Districts), 

First District — Blenheim, Broome, Conesville, Esperance, Giiboa, Mid- 
dleburgb, Schoharie, Wright. 

Sectmd District — Carlisle, Cobleskill, Fulton, Jefferson, Richmondvillc, 
Seward, Sharon, Summit. 

Schuyler County — ( The same as be/ore the date of erection ). 

Seneca County — ( One District ). 

Steuben County — ( Tliree Districts), 

First District — Bath, Prattsburgh, Pultney, Reading, Tyrone, Urbana, 
Wayne, Wheeler. 

Second District — Addison, Bradford, Cameron, Campbell, Caton, Erwin, 
Hornby, Lindley, Orange, Thurston, Woodhull. 

Thtrd District — Avoca, Canisteo. Cohocton, Dansville, Greenwood, 
Hartsville, Horuellsville, Howard, Jasper, Troupsburgh, Wayland, West 
Union. 

Suffolk County — [Two Districts), 

First District — East Hampton, Riverhead, Shelter Island, South 
Hampton, Southold. 
Second District — Brookhaven, Huntington, Islip, Smithtown. 

Sullivan County — [One District), 
TiooA County — ( One District ), 



156 ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS. 

Tompkins County — {Ttoo Districts). 

First District — Enfield, Hector, Lansinv, Newfield, Ulysses. 
Second District — Caroliue, Danby, Dryden, Orotou, Ithaca. 

Ulster County — [Two Districts), 

First District — Denning, Hurley, Marbletown, Olive, Rochester, Saa- 
gerties, Shandaken, Wawarsing, Woodstock. 

Second District — Esopus, Kingston, Lloyd, Marlborough, New Pal tz, 
Plattekill, Rosendale, Shawangunk. 

Warren County — (Owe District), 

Washington County — {^Two Districts), 

First District — Argyle, Cambridge, Easton, Fort Edward, GrecD- 
wich, Jackson, Salem, White Creek. 

Second District — Dresden, Fort Ann, Granville, Hampton, Hartford, 
Hebron, Kingsbury, Putnam, Whitehall. 

Wayne County — ( Two Districts ). 

First District — Butler, Galen, Huron, Lyons, Rose, Savannah, Sodas, 
Wolcott. 

Second District — Arcadia, Macedon, Marion, Ontario, Palmyra, Wal- 
worth, Williamson. 

Westchester County — {Tv>o Districts). 

First District — Bedford, Cortland, Lewisboro', Newcastle, North Salem, 
Osslning, Poundridge, Somers, Yorktown. 

Second District — Eastchester, Greenburgh. Harrison, Maraaroneck, 
Morrissania, Mount Pleasant, New Rochelle, North Castle, Pelham, Bye, 
Scarsdale, White Plains, Yonkers, Westchester, West Farms. 

Wyoming County — {One District). 
Yates County — {One District). 



MWMBKRR OF A88BHBLT 157 

KEMBEBS OP ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF NEW-IOI^l 

First Session — 1111-S. 

First meeting at Kingston, began September 1 ; ended* Octo- 
ber 7, 1778. 

Second meeting at Poughkeepsie, began January 6 ; ended 
April 4, 1778. 

Third meeting at Poughkeepsie, began June 22 ; ended June 
30, 1778. 

Speaker— WALTER LIVINGSTON, of Albany. 
Clerk — John McKkssok. 
Sergeant-ai-Arms — Thomas Pettit. 
Door-Keeper — Richard Ten Eyck. 

ATbany — Jacob Cuyler,' John Cuyler, Jr., James Gordon, Walter Liv- 
ingston, Stephen J. Schuyler, John Taylor, Killian Van Rensselaer, Robert 
Van Rensselaer, Peter Vrooman, William B. Whiting. 

Chariotte — John Bams, Ebenezer Clarke, John Rowen, Ebenezer 
Rossell. 

Cumherland — ( No returns. ) 

Dutchess — Egbert Benson, Dirck Brinckerhoff, Authony Hoffman, Gil- 
bert Livingston, Andrew Moorhouse, John Schenck, Jacobus Swartwout. 

Oloucester — ( No returns. ) 

Kings* — William Boerum, Henry Williams. 

New-Yorl^ — Evert Bancker, John Berrien,* Abraham Brasher, Daniel 
Bunscomb, Robert Harpur, Frederick Jay, Abraham P. Lott, Henry 
Rutgers,* Jacobus Van Zandt, Peter P. Van Zandt. 

Orange — Jeremiah Clark, John Hathorn, Tunis Kuyper, Roeluf Van 
Houten. 

Queen^ — Benjamin Birdsall, Benjamin Coo, Philip Edsall, Daniel Law- 
rence. 

£iehmoneP — Abraham Jones," Joshua Mercereau. 

Suffolk^ — David Gelston, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Burnet Miller, Thomas 
Tredwell, Thomas Wickes. 

Tryon — Samuel Clyde, Michael Edie, Jacob G. Elock, Jacob Snell, 
Abraham Van Home, Johannes Veeder. 

Ulster — John Cantine, Johannes G. Hardenburgh, Matthew Rea, Cor- 
nelius C. Schoonmaker, Johannis Snyder, Henry Wisner, Jr. 

Westchester — Thaddeus Crane, Samuel Drake, Robert Graham, Israel 
Honeywell, Jr., Zebediah Mills, Gouvemeur Morris. 

Second Session — 1778-9. 

First meeting, held at Poughkeepsie, began October 13 ; ended 
November 6, 1778. 

Second meeting began January 28 ; ended March 16, 1779. 

> Disperaed by the approach of tho enemy. * Appointed by senate, In place of Botgeri, 

* Bengned, September 80, 1777. resigned. 

■ Appointed^ oonstitational convention, * Resigned, Febraary 16, 1778 

May 8^ 177T. * Seat declared vacant, Jane 8» 1778> for 

behig witb the eneiny* 

14 



158 MEMBEBS OF ASSEKBLT. 

J^eaker -^WALTER LIVINGSTON, of Albany. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Stephen Hendrickson. 
Door-Keeper — Richard Ten Eyck. 

Albany — Leonard Gansevoort, James Gordon, "Walter LiYingston, Stephen 
J. Schuyler, John Taylor, Jacobus Teller, Killian Van Rensselaer, Robert 
Van Rensselaer, Peter Vrooman, William B. Whiting. 

Charlotte — Albert Baker, Ebenezer Clarke, David Hopkins, Elishamer 
Towser.* 

Cumberland — (No returns.) 

Dutchess — Egbert Benson, Dirck BrinckerhofT, Joseph Crane, Jr., 
Samuel Dodge, Anthony Hoffman, Andrew Moorhouse, Jacobus Swarfc- 
wout. 

OUmcester — (No returns. ) 

Kings — William Boerum, Henry Williams. 

New 'York — Evert Bancker, John Berrien, Abraham Brasher, Daniel 
Dunscomb, Robert Harpur, Frederick Jay, Abraham P. Lott. 

Orange — Jeremiah Clark, Benjamin Coe, Peter Ogilvie, Roelof Van 
Houten. 

Queens — Benjamin Birdsall, Benjamin Coe, Daniel Lawrence. 

Saffoik — David Gelston, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Burnet Miller, Thomas 
Tredwell, Thomas Wickes. 

Tryon — George Henry Bell, John Newkirk, Abraham Van Home, Peter 
Waggoner, Moses Tounglove. 

Ulster — Andries Bevier," Matthew Rea, Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, Na- 
than Smith, Johannis Snyder. 

Westchester — Joseph Benedict, Thaddeus Crane, Israel Honeywell, Jr., 
Ebenezer Lockwood, Zebediah Mills, Stephen Ward. 

Third Session — 1779-80. 

First meeting at Kingston, began August 18; ended October 
26, 1779. 

Second meeting at Albany, began January 27 ; ended March 
17, 1780. 

Third meeting at Kingston, began April 22; ended July 2, 

1780. 

Speaker— EyEUT BANCKER, of New-York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — John Tillman, Jr. 
Door-Keeper — Richard Ten Eyck. 

Albany — Flores Bancker, John Bay, James Gordon, Cornelius Humfrey, 
Hugh Mitchell, Henry OothoudtjHenry Quackenbos, Isaac Vrooman, WU- 
liam B. Whiting, Phinehas Whiteside. 

Charlotte — Albert Baker, John Grover, David Hopkins, Noah Payn. 

Cumberland — Elkanah Day, John Sessions, Micah Townsend. 

Dutchess — Egbert Benson, Dirck Brinckerhoff, Annanias Cooper, Samiiel 
Dodge, Henry Lnddinton, Brinton Paine, Nathaniel Sacket. 

OUmcester — (No returns.) 

Kings — William Boerum, Henry Williams. 

■OBBlcitodbjJohBBowMi. * Ckwtwted by ThoBUM FitaBH; 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 159 

New- York — Evert Baooker, John Berrien, Abraham Brasher, Daniel 
Dunscomb, Rol)ert Harpur, Frederick Jay , Abraham P. Lett, Jacobus Van 
Zandt, Peter P. Van Zandt. 

Orange — John Coe, John Hathorn, Thomas Moffat, Bezaleel Seely, Jr. 

Queens — Bei\jamin Birdsall, Bei\jamin Goe, Philip Edsall, Daniel Law- 
rence. 

Riekmand — Joshua Merserean. 

Suffolk — David Gelston, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Burnet Miller, Thomas 
Tredwell, Thomas Wickes. 

Ihryon — Abraham Gopeman, Peter S. Deygart, Frederick Fox, Jacob 
Gardenier, Melkert Van Deuzen, Peter Waggoner, Jr. 

Ulster — Robert Boyd, Jr., Johannis Gantine, Johannis G. Hardenburgli, 
Thomas Palmer, Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, Nathan Smith. 

Westchester ^ B&mvLe\ Dnke, Abijah Gilbert, Zebediah MUls, WUliam 
Paulding, Philip Pell, Jr., Ebenezer Purdy. 

Fourth Session — 1780-1. 

Rrst meeting began at Poughkeepsie, September 1 ; ended 
October 10, 1780. * 

Second meeting began at Albany, January 17 ; ended March 
81, 1781, 

Third meeting began June 18; ended July 1, 1781. 

Speaker -^^VEILT BANGEEB, of New- York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Matthew Ad^te, John Ja. Beekman, James Gordon, John 
Lansing, Jr., Peter B. Livingston, Dirck tiwart, John Tayler, John Van 
Rensselaer, Jr., Robert Van Rensselaer, Isaac Vrooman. 

Charlotte — David Hopkins, Hamilton McGollister, Matthew McWhorter, 
Ichabod Parker. 

Dutchess — Egbert Benson, £benezer Gary, Samuel Dodge, Henry Luden- 
ion, Brinton Paine, Guisbert Schenck, Jacobus Swartwout. 

iEtft^<— William Bcsrum, Henry Williams. 

New 'York — Evert Bancker, John Berrien, Abraham Brasher, Daniel 
Dunscomb, Robert Harpur, Frederick Jay, Abraham P. Lett, Jacobus Van 
Zandt, Peter P. Van Zandt 

Ora/nge — Jeremiah Glark, David Pye, Bezaleel Seely, John Stagg. 

Queens — Benjamin Birdsall, Benjamin Goe, Philip Edsall, Daniel Law- 
vence. 

Richmond — Joshua Merserean. 

Suffolk — David Gelston, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Burnet Miller, Thomas 
Tredwell, Thomas Wickes. 

Tryon — Zephaniah Batchelor, Jacob Gardiner, Abraham Garrison, John 
Moore, Abraham Van Home, Peter Waggoner, Jr. 

Ulster — Robert Boyd, Jr., John Gantine, Gomelius G. Schoomaker, 
Nathan Smith, Dirck Wynkoop. 

> The Joamal of the second meeting of this session is the only one, since the organi- 
zation or a state government, that was not printed soon after the adjournment ol the 
lefritlatare. The manuscript journal of this meeting was printed in 1820, in pursuance 
of a resolotion of the Assembly, dated January 4th, of that year. 



160 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Weai4^ester—8waine\ Drake, Philip Pell, Nathan Rockwett, Joieph 
Strang, Thomas Thomas, Jonathan G. Tompkins. 

Fifth Session — 1781-2. 

First meeting held at Poughkeepsie, began October 24 ; ended 
November 23, 1781. 

Second meeting began February 21 ; ended April 14, 1782. 

Speaker —EYEB,!! BANCKER, of New-York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Matthew Adgate, Jacoh Ford, Philip Frishie, John Lao- 
sing, Jr., George Palmor, Dirck Swart, Samuel Ten Broeck, Israel 
Thompson, Isaac Vrooman, Edmund Wells. 

Charlotte — David Hopkins, Hamilton McCollister, Matthew McWhorter, 
John Williams. 

Cumberland — (No returns.) 

Dutchess — Dirck Brinckerhoff, Jonathan Dennis, Cornelius Humfrey, 
Ehenezer Husted, Abraham Paine, Thomas Storm, Jacob Swartwoot. 

Ohucester — (No returns.) 

Kings — William Bocrum, Henry Williams. 

New 'York — Evert Bancker, John Berrien, Abraham Brasher, Daniel 
Dunscomb, Robert Harpur, Frederick Jay, Abraham P. Lott, Jacobus 
Van Zandt, Peter P. Van Zandt. 

Orange — Jeremiah Clark, John Hathom, John Stagg, John Suffeni. 

Queens — Bei\jamin Birdsall, Benjamin Coe, Philip Edsall,' Daniel 
Lawrence, Nathaniel Tom.' 

Jiichmond — Joshua Mersereau. 

Suffolk — David Gelston, Ezra L'Hommedieu, Burnet Miller, Thomas 
Tredwell, Thomas Wickes. 

Tryon — Zephaniah Batchelor, Abraham Garrison, William Harper, 
Isaac Merselis, John Moore, William Petrie. 

Ulster — Johannes Bruyn, Charles De Witt, Johannes Hardenbergh, 
Abraham Hasbrouck, James Hunter. 

Westchester — Nathaniel Deli van, Abijah Gilbert, Zebediah Mills, 
Nathan Rockwell, Thomas Thomas, Jonathan G. Tompkins. 

Sixth Session — 1782-3. 

First meeting at Poughkeepsie, began July 1 1 ; ended Jnlj 
26, 1782. 

Second meeting at Kingston, began January 27 ; ended March 
23, 1783. 

5'p<faA:er— EVERT BANCKER, of New- York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 
Door-Keeper — Richard Ten Eyck. 

Albany — Matthew Adgate, John H. Beekman, John Ja. Beekman,. 
Jacob Ford, John Lansing, Jr., Dirck Swart, Samuel Ten Broeck, Peter 
Van Ness, Christopher Yates, John Younglove. 

1 BMlgned, October SO, 1781. * Appointed by Senate, October 81, in plaet ofE^OL 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 161 

Ckarlatte — Benjamin Baker, David Hopkins, Hamilton McColIister, 
Joseph McCracken. 

Cumberland — ( No returns.) 

Dutchess — Benjamin Birdsall, Jonathan Dennis, Cornelias Humf^ey, 
Ebenezer Hasted, Matthew Patterson, Thomas Storm, Jacohus Swart- 
wont. 

GfUmcester — (No returns.) 

Kings — William Boerum, Henry Williams. 

New 'York — Evert Bancker. John Berrien, Abraham Brasher, Daniel 
DuDscomb, Robert Harpur, Fredenck Jay, Abraham P. Lott, Jacobus 
Van Zandt, Peter P. Van Zandt. 

Orange — Jeremiah Clark, Gilbert Cooper, John Hathom, John Sta^g. 

Queens — Benjamin Birdsall, Benjamin Coe, Daniel Lawrence, Na- 
thfljiiel Tom. 

Richmond — Josh aa Mersercau . 

Suffolk — David Gelston, Ezra L'Horomedieu, Burnet Miller, Thomas 
Tred^pvell, Thomas Wickes. 

TVyoa — Zephaniah Batchelor, Frederick Fischer, John Frey, Andrew 
Frinck, Jr., Christian Nellis, William Petrie. 

Ulster — John Bruyn, Charles De Witt, James Hunter, William Mal- 
com, John Nicholson, Cornelius C. Schoonmaker. 

Westchester — Abijah Gilbert, Samuel Haij^ht, John Lawrence, Zebediah 
Mills, Ebenezer Purdy, Thomas Thomas. 

Seventh Session — 1784. 

Began January 21 ; ended May 12, 1784. 

Speaker —ZOWii HATHORN, of Orange. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Matthew Adgate, Abraham Becker, Abraham Cuyler, Jacob 
Ford, James Gk>rdon, John Lansing, Jr., Peter Schuyler, Dirck Swart, 
Peter Van Ness, Christopher Yates. 

Charlotte — David Hopkins, Hamilton McCollister, Ebenezer RusseU, 
Edward Savage. 

Cumberland — Joel Biglo, Elijah Proughty, William Shattuck. 

Dutchess — Dirck BrinckerhofiT, Thomas Dennis, Anthony Hoffman, Cor- 
nelias Humfrey, Ebenezer Husted, Matthew Patterson, Thomas Storm. 

GfUmcester — (No returns.) 

Kings — Johannes E. Lott, Rutger Van Brunt. 

New -York — Robert Harpur, Henry Hughes, John Lamb, William Mal- 
com, Henry Rutgers, Isaac Sears, John Stagg, Peter P. Van Zandt, Mari- 
nas Willett.» 

Orange — Jeremiah Clark, Gilbert Cooper, John Hathom, William 
Sickles. 

Queens — Benjamin Coe, Hendrick Onderdonck, Samuel Riker, James 
Townsend. 

Richmond — Adrian Bancker, Johannes Van Wagenen. 

Suffolk — John Brush, David Gelston, Ebenezer Piatt, JefiVey Smith, 
Thomas Youngs. 

Tryon — Abraham Copeman, William Harper, James Livingston, Isaae 
Paris, Volkert Veeder, Christopher P. Yates. 

> Beat dedared vacant, February 10, ftom being m>polnted iherlA 



162 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

UUtef — John Cantine, Charles De Witt, James Hunter, JohnNioholson, 
Gomelius C. Schoonmaker, Nathan Smith. 

Westchester— Ahijah Gilbert, Samuel Haight, Zebedlah Milk, PhUip 
Pell, Ebenezer Pardy, Thomas Thomas. 

Eighth Session — 1784-6. 

First meeting held in New- York city, began October 12; 
ended November 29, 1784. 

Second meeting began January 27 ; ended April 27, 1786. 

Speaker— JOBN HATHORN, of Orange. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Matthew Adgate, Abraham Becker, Jacob Ford, Walter 
Livingston, Dirck Swart, Israel Thompson, Matthew Yisscher, Christopher 
Yates, Peter W. Yates, John Younglove. 

Cumberland — ( No returns. ) * 

Dutchess — Abraham Brinckerhoff, Dirck Brinkerhoflf, Ebenezer Cary, 
Cornelius Humfrey, Brinton Paine, Matthew Patterson, James Talmadge. 

Gloucester — ( No returns. ) 

Kings — Cliarles Doughty, John Vanderbilt. 

Montgomery — Frederick C. Fox, William Harper, James Livingston, 
Isaac Paris, Volkert Veeder, Christopher P. Yates. 

New -York — Aaron Burr, William Denning, Daniel Dunscomb, William 
Goforth, John Lawrence, Peter V. B. Livingston, Thomas Randall, Henry 
Remsen, Comfort Sands. 

Orange — Jeremiah Clark, Gilbert Cooper, John Hathom, William 
Sickles. 

Queens — Joseph Lawrence, John Sands, Abraham Skinner, James 
Townsend. 

Richmond — Cornelius Corsen, Joshua Mercereau. 

Suffolk — David Gelston, Ebenezer Piatt, Jeffrey Smith, John Smith, 
Thomas Youngs. 

Ulster — John Cantine, Charles De Witt, Johannis G. Hardenbergh, John 
Nicholson, Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, Nathan Smith. 

Washington — Albert Baker, David Hopkins, Edward Savage, Abiel 
Sherwood. 

Westchester — Ebenezer S. Burling, Abijah Gilbert, Ebenezer Lockwood, 
Philip Pell, Jr., Ebenezer Purdy, Thomas Thomas. 

Ninth Session — 1786. 

At New- York city, began Jannary 12 ; ended May 6, 1786. 

Speaker— JOUJK LANSING, Jr., of Albany. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Leonard Bronck, Henry Glenn, James Gordon, Lawreooe 
Hogeboom^ John Lansing, Jr., John Livingston, Jacobus Schooohoveii, 
John Taylor, Abraham J. Van Alstyne, Peter Vrooman. 

Cufnherland — ( No returns. ) 

Dutchess — Dirck Brinckerhoff, John De Witt, Lewis Dnboys, Jaoob 
Griffin, Henry Ludenton, Brinton Paine, Matthew Patterson. 

Gloucester — (No returns. ) 

JSing$ — Charles Doughty, Jdin Vanderbilt. 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 163 

Montgomery — Abraham Arndt, John Frey, William Harper, James 
Livingston, Abraham Van Home, Volkert Veeder. 

NeW'Torh — Erert Bancker, Robert Boyd, William Denning, William 
Duer, William Goforth, William Malcom, Isaac Sears, John Sta^, Robert 
Troup. 

Orange — John Bradner, Gilbert Cooper, Nathaniel Satterly, Henry 
Wisner 8d. 

Queens — Daniel Daryee, Samuel Jones, Daniel Whitehead Kissam, 
James Townsend. 

Richmond — John Dongan, Joshua Mercereau. 

SvffoUc — Nathaniel Gardner, John Nicoll Havens, David Hedges, Jeffrey 
Smith, Thomas Youngs. 

Ulster — David Galatian, Joseph Hasbrouck, Thomas Jansen, Cornelias 
Schoonmaker, Nathan Smith, Johannis Snyder. 

Waskington — Albert Baker, Joseph McCracken, Ichabod Parker, Peter 
B. Tierce. 

Westchester — Samuel Drake, Abijah Gilbert, Ebenezer Lock wood, Philip 
Pell, Jr., Thomas Thomas, Jonathan G. Tompkins. 



Tenth Session — 1787. 

At New-York city, began January 12 ; ended April 21, 1787. 

Speaker— mGYLAVLD VARICK, of New-York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Leonard Bronck, Honry Glenn, James Gordon, John Lansing, 
Jr., John Livingston, William Powers, Thomas Sickles, John Taylor, Mat- 
thew Visscher, Peter Vrooman. 

Cumberland — (No returns. ) 

Dutchess — Dirck Briuckerhoff, John De Witt, Jr., Lewis Duboys, Jacob 
Griffin, Henry Lndenton, Brinton Paine, Matthew Patterson. 

Gloucester — (No returns. ) 

Kings — Charles Doughty, Cornelius Wyckoff. 

Montgomery — Zcphaniah Batchelor, James Cannon, Joseph Crane, John 
Frey, William Harper, James Livingston. 

New -York — Evert Bancker, Nicholas Bayard, David Brooks, William 
Denning, Alexander Hamilton, Robert C. Livingston, William Malcom, 
John Ray, Richard Varick. 

Orange — Robert Armstrong, Jeremiah Clark, Gilbert Cooper, Peter 
Taulman. 

Queens — Samuel Jones, John Schenck, Richard Thome, James Towns- 
hend. 

Richmond — John C. Dongan, Thomas Frost. 

Suffolk — Jonathan N. Havens, David Hedges, Daniel Osboni, Caleb 
Smith, John Smith. 

Ulster — John Cantine, Ebenezer Clark, David Galatian, Cornelius C. 
Schoonmaker, Nathan Smith, Johannis Snyder. 

Washington — Adam Martin, Ichabod Parker, Edward Savage, Peter 
B. Tierce. 

Westchester ~-^ Ebenezer Lockwood, Ebenezer Purdy, Nathan Rockwell, 
Joseph Strang, Thomas Thomas, Jonathan G. Tompkins. 



164 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Eleventh Session — 1788. 

At Poughkeepsie, began January 9 ; ended March 22, 1788. 

Speaker -^B,ICK ART) VARICK, of New-York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Leonard Gansevoort, James Gordon, Thomas Sickles, John 0e 
Peyster Ten Eyck, Dirck Van Ingcn, Hezekiah Van Orden, John Young 
love. 

Columbia — John Livingston, William Powers, Peter Silvester. 

Cumberland — (No returns. ) 

Dutchess — Egbert Benson, Isaac Bloom, Peter Cantine, Jr., John 
De Witt, Jr., Morris Graham, Matthew Patterson, Thomas Tillotson. 

Oloucester — (No returns.) 

Kings — Charles Doughty, Cornelius Wyckoff. 

Montgomery — Abraham Arndt, John Frey, John Livingston, Isaac 
Paris, Volkert Veeder, John Winn. 

New 'York — Evert Bancker, Nicholas Bayard, David Brooks, Rich- 
ard Harrison, Nicholas Low, Daniel Nivin, Comfort Sands, Richard 
Vavick, Gulian Verplanck. 

Orange — Jeremiah Clark, Peter Taulman, William Thompson, Henry 
Wisner, Jr. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Whitehead Cornell, Samuel Jones, Francis 
Lewis, Jr. 

Richmond — John C. Dongan, Peter Winant. 

Saffoik — Jonathan N. Havens, David Hedges, Daniel Osbom, John 
Smith. 

Ulster — James Bruyn, John Cantine, James Clinton, Charles De Witt, 
Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, Nathan Smith. 

Washington — Albert Baker, Edward Savage, Peter B. Tierce, Alex- 
ander Webster. 

Westchester — Samuel Drake, Abijah Gilbert, Ebenezer Lockwood, 
Joseph Strang, Thomas Thomas, Jonathan G. Tompkins. 

Twelfth Session — 1788-9. 

At Albany, began December 11, 1788; ended March 3, 1789. 

Speaker -^JOKIH LANSING, Jr., of Albany. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — John Duncan, John Lansing, Jr., John Thompson, CorDeliofl 
Van Dyck, Henry K. Van Rensselaer, Jeremiah Van Rensselaer, John 
Younglove. 

Columbia — Matthew Adgate; John Bay, John Kortz. 

Cumberland — (No returns.) 

Dutchess — Jonathan Aikins, Samuel A. Barker, Isaac Bloom, John 
De Witt, Jacob Griffen, Gilbert Livingston, Matthew Patterson. 

Gloucester — (No returns.) 

Kings — Aquila Giles, Peter Vandenroorfc. 

Montgomery — John Frey, William Harper, Henry Stauring, Volkert 
Veeder, John Winn, Christopher P. Yates. 

NeW'Tork—WmiaLm W. GUbert, Richard Harrison, Nicholas Hoff- 
man, Brockholst Livingston, Nicholas Low, Alexander Macomb, Comfort 
Bands, Gulian Verplanck, John Watts, Jr. 

Orangs- John Carpenter, Jeremiah Claik, Henry Wisner, Jr. 



MBMBEB8 OF A8SEMBLT. 165 

QiM0tu— Bt^beD Oarmaii, Whitehead Ooroell, Samuel Jones, John 
Schenck. 

Bidimond — Abraham Bancker, John C. Dongan. 

Suffolk — NaUianiel Gardiner, Jonathan N. Hayena, David Hedges, 
Henry Scodder, John Smith. 

Ulster — John Cantine, Ebenezer Clark, Johannis G. Hardenburgh, 
Cornelias G. Schoonmaker, Nathan Smith, Christopher Tappen. 

H^ojAtn^r^on^- Joseph McCracken, Edward Savage, Peter B. Tierce, 
Alexander Webster. 

Westchester — Thaddens Crane, Jonathan Horton, Philip Livingston, 
Nathan Rockwell, Walter Seaman, Philip Van Cortlandt. 

Thirteenth Session — 1789-90. 

First meeting held in Albany, began July 6 ; ended July 16 ; 
1789. 

Second meeting held in New-York, began January 13; ended 
April 6, 1790. 

,^Hsa*er— GULIAN VERPLANCK, of New- York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Leonard Bronck, James Gordon, Richard Sill, Henry K. 
Van Rensselaer, Stephen Van Rensselaer, Cornelius Van Veghten, John 
Yoonglovo. 

Columbia — Ezekiel Gilbert, John Livingston, James Savage. 

Cumberland — (No returns.) 

Duickess — Samuel A. Barker, Isaac Bloom, Joseph Crane, Jr., Jacob 
Griffin, Ebenezer Husted, Isaac J. Talman, Thomas Tillotson. 

CHoueeiter — (No returns.) 

Kings — Aquila Giles, Peter Vandervoort. 

Montgomery — Abraham Arndt, Josiah Crane, James Livingston, David 
McMasters, Michael Myers, Volkert Veeder. 

New -York — Francis Childs, Matthew Clarkson, RufVis King, Morgan 
Lewis, Anthony Post, Robert R. Randall, Gulian Yerplanck, John 
Watts, Jr., Henry Will. 

Ora/nge — John Carpenter, John D. Coe, Seth Marvin, William Sickles. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Samuel Clowes, Whitehead Cornell, Samuel 
Jones. 

Richmond — Abraham Bancker, Peter Winant. 

Suffolk — Nathaniel Gardiner, Jonathan N. Havens, Jared Landon, 
Henry Scudder, John Smith. 

Ulster — Soveryn T. Bruyn, Ebenezer Clark, Johannis G. Harden- 
burgh, Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, Nathan Smith, Christopher Tappen. 

Washington and Clinton — Thomas Converse, Zina Hitchcock, Nathan 
Morgan, John Rowan. 

Westchester — Joseph Brown, Samuel Haight, Jonathan Horton, Nathan 
Rockwell, Walter Seaman, Philip Van Cortlandt. 

Fourteenth Session — 1791. 

At New-York city, began January 5 ; ended March 24, 1791. 

Speaker —ZOmi WATTS, of New- York. 
Clerk — JoBN McKesson. 



166 MEHBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Albany — Sidney Berry, Leonard Bronck, Jonathan Brown, JohnW. 
Schermerhorn, Richard Sill, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven, Cornelius A. Van 
Slyck. 

Colimbia — Matthew Adgate, Stephen Hogeboom, James Sarage. 

Dutchess — Jonathan Akin, Samuel A. Barker, Isaac Bloom, James Kent, 
Henry Schenck, James Tallmadge, David Van Ness. 

Kings — Aquila Giles. Peter Vandervoort. 

Montgomery — Abraham Amdt, Josiah Crane, John Frey, James Living- 
ston, Michael Myers, John T. Visscher. 

New -Fork — Cornelius J. Bogert, Nicholas Cruger, William W. Gilbert, 
Josiah Ogden HofiVnan, Alexan<£Br Macomb, John Pintard, James Watson, 
John Watts, Henry Will. 

Orange — John Carpenter, John D. Coe, Seth Marvin, John Smith. 

Queens — Samuel Clowes, Nathaniel Lawrence, Samuel L. Mitchill, John 
Schenck. 

Richmond — Gozen Ryerss, Peter Winant 

Suffolk — John Gelston, Jonathan N. Havens, John Smith, Philetos 
Smith, Thomas Wickham. 

Ulster — John De Lametter, Matthew Dubois, John G. Graham, Joseph 
Hasbrouck, James Hunter, Johannis Snyder. 

WcLshington and Clinton — Thomas Converse, Daniel Curtis, Zina Hitch- 
cock, John Bowan. 

Westchester — Peter Fleming, Abijah Gilbert, Samuel Haight, Jonathan 
Horton, Ebenezer Purdy, Jonathan G. Tompkins. 

Fifteenth Session — 1792. 

At New-York, began January 4 ; ended April 12, 1792. 

SpeaJcer ^JOEN WATTS, of New- York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 

Albany — Jellis A. Fonda, Stephen Lush, David McCarty, Francis NicoD, 
William North, John Ten Broeck, Henry Ten Eyck. 

Columbia — Bei\jamin Birdsall, Jared Coffin, Jacob Ford, Lawrence 
Hogeboom, Henry Livingston, James Savage. 

Dutchess — Jonathan Akin, Samuel Augustus Barker, Isaac Bloom, 
Daniel Graham, Morgan Lewis, Matthew Patterson, James Tallmadge. 

Herkimer — Michael Myers. 

Kings — Charles Doughty . 

Montgomery — Douw Fonda, John Frey, David McMasters, Silas Talbot. 

New-Y&rle—JoiXzh Ogden Hoffman, William S. Livingston, MeUncton 
Smith, William Pitt Smith, John Watts, Henry Will, John Wylly. 

Ontario — Eleazer Lindsley. 

Orange — John D. Coe, Seth Marvin, John Smith. 

Otsego — James Cannon. 

Queens — Samuel Clowes, Whitehead Cornell, Nathaniel Lawrence. 

Rensselaer — Jonathan Brown, John Enickerbacker, Jr., John W. Bcber- 
merhom, Thomas Sickles, Moses Vail. 

Richmond — Gozen Ryerss. 

Saratoga — Sidney Berry, Andrew Mitchell, Elias Palmer, Bei\{amin 
Bosekrans. 

Suffolk — John Gelston, Jonathan Nicoll Havens, Henry Scndder, John 
Smith. 

Tioga — Jonathan Fitch. 



HEMBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 167 

UlsUr — Ebenezer Clark, Jacob Be Lametter, Ebenezer Foote, Joseph 
Hasbronck. 

Washington and Clinton — John Conger, Thomas Converse, Zina Hitch- 
cock, Dayid Hopkins. 

Westchester — Samuel Haight, Elias Newman, Ebenezer Purdy, Jonathan 
G. Tompkins, Pierre Van Cortlandi, Jr. 

Sixteenth Session — 1792-3. 

At New-York city, began November 6, 1792; ended March 
12, 1793. 

Speaker-^ JOHN WATTS, of New- York. 
Clerk — John McKesson. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Robert Hunter. 
Door-Keeper — Richard Ten Eyck. 

Albany — Leonard Bronck, Johannis Deitz, Jellis A. Fonda, Stephen 
Lusli, Francis Nicoll, John Ten Broeck, Cornelius A. Van Slyck. 

Columbia — Matthew Adgate, Benjamin Birdsall, Jared Coffin, Philip 
Frisbee, Stephen Hogeboom, Samuel Ten Broeck. 

Dutchess — Jonathan Akin, Josiah Holly, James Kent, Ebenezer Mott, 
Matthew Patterson, Baiiiabas Payen, William Radclift. 

Herkimer — Michael Myers. 

Kings — Aquila Giles. 

Montgomery — Jacob Eaker, David McMasters, Silas Talbot, Simon 
Veeder. 

New-York — William Cock, John De Lancey, William W. Gilbert, Josiah 
Ogden Hoffman, William S. Livingston, John Watts, John Wylly. 

Ontario — Isaac' Chapin. 

Orange — Reuben Hopkins, John Smith, Daniel Thew. 

Otsego — Jacob Morris. 

Queens — Samuel Clowes, Whitehead Cornell, Jacob Hicks. 

Rensselaer — Benjamin Hicks, Christopher Hutton, Josiah Masters, 
Jonathan Niles, Nicholas Staats. 

Richmond — Gozen Ryerss. 

Saratoga — Adam Comstock, Beriah Palmer. 

Suffolk — John Gelston, Jonathan N. Havens, Ebenezer Piatt, John 
Smith. 

Tioga — John Patterson. 

Ulster — John Addison, Philip D. Bevier, Soveryn T. Bruyn, John C 
De Witt, Nathan Smith. 

Washington and Clinton — Daniel Curtice, Zina Hitchcock, David Hop- 
kins, Stanton Tifit. 

Westchester — Elias Newman, Thomas Thomas. 

Seventeenth Session — 1794. 

At Albany, began January 7 ; ended March 27, 1794. 

iSrjp(?aA:er— JAMES WATSON, of New- York. 
Clerk — Oliver L. Ker. 
SergearU-ai'Arms — Robert Hunter. 
Door-Keeper — Jacob Kidney. 

> Israel? See Assembly Journal, 1798, p. 15. 



168 KEMBEBS OF ASISEMBLT. 

Albany — JohaDDis Deitz, Jellis A. Fonda, Theodonu Y. W. Onham, 
Jacob Hochstrasser, Thomas Hun, William North, Stephen Piatt. 

Cohimbna — Matthew Adgate, John Baj, Jamea Brebner, Dirok Qardi- 
ner, Matthew Scott, Ambrose Spencer. 

JDutchess — Samuel Augustus Barker, James Bockc^, Barid Brooks, 
John De Witt, Jesse Oakley, Jacob Badclitt, Isaac Van Wyck. 

Herkimer — Jedediah Sanger. 

Kings — Peter Vandervoort. 

Mtmtgomery — Jacob Eaker, Frederick Gettman, John McArthur, Simon 
Teeder. 

New - York — Robert Boyd, John De Lancey, Richard Furman, Josiah 
Ogden Hoffman, Jotham Post, James Watson, William Willcocks. 

Ontario — Thomas Morris. 

Orange — John D. Coe, Seth Manrin, John Wheeler. 

Otsego — Benjamin Gilbert. 

Queens — Samuel Clowes, Harry Peters, Samuel Youngs. 

Rensselaer — Jonathan Brown, Bei^jamin Hicks, Hosea Moffit, Jonas 
Odel, Thomas Sickles. 

Richmond — Gozen Byerss. 

Saratoga — John BaJl, Adam Comstock, John McClelland, Beriah 
Palmer. 

Suffolk — John Gtelston, Jonathan N. Havens, John' Smith, Joahua 
Smith, Jr. 

Tioga — Vincent Mathews. 

Ulster — Ooruelins Bruyn, Coenradt E. Elmend<nf, Ebeneaer Foote, 
Johannis Miller, James Oliver. 

Washington and Clinton — Bei^amin Colvin, Philip Smith, David 
Thomas, William Whiteside. 

Westchester — Richard Hatfield, Elias Newman, Abel Smith, Pierre 
Van CorUandt, Jr., Ebenezer White. 

Eighteenth Session — 1795. 

Began January 6, 1795, at Poughkeepsie ; adjonmed to New- 
York, January 14, and continued from January 20 to April 9, 
1795. 

Speaker '~^RllAAkU NORTH, of Albany. 
Clerk — Oliver L. Ker. 
Door-Keeper — ^Richard Ten Eyck. 

Albany — Johannis Deitz, Leonard Gansevoort, Jr., Jacob Hochstraaser, 
Thomas Hun, William North, Stephen Piatt, Andries Van Patten. 

Columbia — Matthew Adgate, John Bay, James Brebner, Philip L. 
Hofifhian, Elisha Jenkins, Matthew Scott. 

Dvichess — Samuel A. Barker, Jacob Bockee, David Brooka, Jesse 
Oakley, Jacob Badclift, Jacob Smith, Isaac Van Wyck. 

Herkimer and Onondaga — Jedediah Sanger. 

Kings — Peter Vandervoort. 

Montgomery — Donw Fonda, Frederick Gettman, David McMaatert, 
Simon Veeder. 

New -York — Nicholas Cruger, John De Lancey, Richard Furman, 
Josiah Ogden Hofifhian, James M. Hughes, Jotham Post, Jamea Wateoo. 

Ontario — Thomas Morris. 

Onm^e— William Allison, John Hathorn, David Pye. 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 169 

OU^go — Jacob Morris. 

Qtte«n«< — Stephen Carman, Samnel Clowes, Kathaniel Lawrence. 

Bmua^aer — Jonathan Brown, Daniel Gray, Benjamin Hicks, Hosea 
Moffit, Jacob G. Schermcrhorn. 

Richmond — Lewis Ryerss. 

Saratoga — Adam Comstock, Jabez Davis, Beriah Palmer, John B. 
Schuyler. 

Suffolk — John Oelston, Jonathan Nicoll Havens, Joshua Smith, Jr., 
Isaac Thompson. 

Tioga — Vincent Mathews. 

Ulster — Soveryn T. Bruyn,* John C. Do Witt, Andrew McCord, 
Cornelius C. Bchoonmaker, Jacob W. Tremper.* 

Washington and Clinton — Samuel Beman, Jr., Benjamin Colvin, 
David Hopkins, Bdward Savage. 

Westchester — Thomas Bowne, Ebenezer Purdy, Abel Smith, Pierre 
Van Cortlandt, Jr., Ebenezer White. 

Nineteenth Session — 1796. 

At New-York, began January 6 ; ended April 11, 1796. 

SIpeaker—YflLLUiM NORTH, of Albany. 
Clerk — Oliver L. Ker. 
Sergeant-ai'Arms — Robert Hunter. 
Door-Keeper — Richard Ten Eyck. 

Albany and Schoharie — Gerrit Abeel, Leonard Bronck, Johannis 
Deitz, Jacob Hochstrasser, Francis Nicoll, William North, Dirck Ten 
Broeck. 

Columbia — Benjamin Birdsall, James Brebnor, Patrick Hamilton, 
Stephen Hogeboom, Philip L. Hofibian, Samuel Ten Broeck. 

J^u/c^ss— David Brooks, Richard Davis, Jesse Oakley, Jacob Smith, 
Solomon Sutherland, Jesse Thompson, Isaac Van Wyck. 

Herkimer and Onondaga ~- Jonas Piatt. 

Kings — Peter Vandervoort. 

Montgomery — David Cady, Lewis Dubois, Frederick Gettman, Daniel 
Mills. 

New 'York — Gabriel Furman, Richard Furman, Alexander Lamb, 
Jacob Morton, Jotham Post, William P. Smith, James Watsor 

Ontario — Thomas Morris. 

Orange — Seth Marvin, David Pye, James W. Wilkin. 

O^stf^— -Jacob Morris. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Samuel Clowes, Nathaniel Lawrence. 

Rensseiaer-^ John Bird, David Gray, Rowland Hall, John Knicker- 
backer, Jr. 

Richmond — Lewis Ryerss. 

Saratoga — John Bleecker, Adam Comstock, John McClelland, Ellas 
Palmer. 

Suffolk — Jared Landon, Abraham Miller, Joshua Smith, Jr., Silas 
Wood. 

Tioga — Emanuel Coryell. 

Umer — John Addison, Philip D. Bevier, Ebenezer Foote, Andrew 
MeCord, James Oliver. 

^ Died nibMqiieiit to etoetfon. 
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170 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

WaMtiffion and Clinton — David Hopkins, Timothy Leooard, £d- 
ward Savage, Thomas Smith. 

Wegtchetier — Joseph Carpenler, Mordecai Hale, Ellas Newman, Charles 
Teed, Abel Smith. 



Twentieth Session — 1 iTQe - 7. 

First meeting at New-York, began November 1 ; ended No- 
vember 11, 1796. 

Second meeting at Albany, began January 3 ; ended April 
3, 1797. 

Speaker— QULIAN VERPLANCK, of New-York, 
Clerk -^ James Van Ingen, 
Sergeant-ai-Anns — Robert Hunter. 
Door-Keeper — Richard Ten Eyck. 

Albany — James Bill, Philip Conine, Jr., James C. Dnane, Jacob 
Hochstrasser, James Holcomb, Nathaniel Ogden, John Prince, Philip 
P. Schuyler, Dirck Ten Broeck, John H. Wendell. 

(7/t;i^on— Charles Piatt 

Columbia — Caleb Benton, Palmer Cady, John C. Hogeboom, John 
McKinstry, Peter I. Vosburgh, Jonathan Warner. 

Dutchess — Samuel A. Barker, Jacob Bockee, Joseph Crane, Jr., 
Richard Davis, Jesse Oakley, William Pearce, Jacob Smith, Jesse 
Thompson, William B. Vorplanck, William Wheeler. 

Herkimer — Isaac Bray ton, Arthur Breese, Matthew Brown, Jr., Lud- 
wick Campbell, Gaylord Griswold, Joshua Leeland, Henry McNiel. 

Kings — Peter Vandervoort. 

Montgomery — Jacob Eaker, Frederick Gettman, George Metcalfe, John 
C. Van Eps, Peter V. Veeder, Simon Veeder. 

New -York — Leonard Bleecker, Richard Furman, Josiah Ogden Hoff- 
man, James Kent, Alexander Lamb, Herman Le Roy, Jonathan Little, 
Jacob Morton, Jotham Post, James Roosevelt, James Tylee, Gillian 
Vorplanck, Henry Will. 

Onondaga — Silas Halsey, Comfort Tyler. 

Ontario — Lemuel Chipman, Charles Williamson. 

Orange — Isaac Blanch, Jonathan Cooley, Seth Marvin. 

Otsego— J o&h\i& H. Brett, Francis Henry, Timothy Morse, Isaac Nash, 
Abraham C. Ten Broeck. 

Queens — Lewis Cornwall, David Kissam, William Pearsall, John M. 
Smith. 

Rensselaer — John Bird, John Carpenter, Jacob A. Fort, Daniel Gray, 
James McEown, Hosca Moffit. 

Richmond — Lewis Ryerss. 

Saratoga — Seth C. Baldwin, Samuel Clarke, Adam Comstock, John 
McClelland, John Taylor. 

Schoharie — John Rice. 

Suffolk — Jared Landon, Abraham Miller, Joshua A. Smith, Jr., 
Silas Wood. 

Tioga — Emanuel Coryell. 

Ulier — Johanuis Bruyn, John Burr, Francis Crawford, John 0. 
De Witt, Ebenezer Foote, Josiah Hasbrouck, James Oliver, Beq)amln 
Saan. 



MKMBWRS OF A8SEMBLT. 171 

Weuhingkm — Anthony I. Blanchard, Gerrit Q. Lansing, Timothy 
Leonard, Daniel Mason, Edward Savage, Andrew White. 

Westchesier — John Barker, Joseph Carpenter, Mordecai Hale, Charles 
Teed, Samuel Youngs. 



Twenty-First Session — 1798. 

Began January 2 ; ended April 6, 1798. 

Speaker -^DIKCK TEN BROECE, of Albany. 
Clerk — James Van Ingen. 
Sergeant-at'Arms — Robert Hunter. 
Door-Keeper — Peter Hansen. 

Albany — Thomas K Barlcer, Johan Jost Deltz, Andrew N. Hecr- 
ttance, Nathaniel Ogden, John Prlnoe, Philip P. Scliuyler, Dircl^ Ton 
Broeck, Joel Thompson, John H. Wendell, Peter West. 

Clinton — Daniel Rosa, 

CaivMbia — Caleb Benton, John C. Hogeboom, Eillian Hogeboom, 
EUsha Jenkins, Samuel Teix Broeck, Peter I. Vosburgh. 

Delaware — William Horton, Nathaniel Wattels. 

Dutchess — William Barker, Lemuel Clifb, Luther Holly, Joseph Pot- 
tor, Philip J. Schuyler, Jacob Smith, John Thomas, Jesse Thompson, 
Samuel Towner, William B. Verplanck. 

Herkimer — Benjamin Bowen, Matthew Brown, Jr., Ludwick Camp- 
bell, Isaac Foot, Gaylord Griswold, Henry McNiel, Nathan Smith. 

Kings — Peter VandervoorL 

Montgomery — Frederick Gettman, James Hildreth, Robert McFarland, 
Qeorge Metcalfe, Jacob Snell, Philip Van Alstyne. 

New 'York — Philip I. Arcularius, William Boyd, Ebenezer S. Burling, 
Aaron Burr, De Witt Clinton, Jacob De la Montagnie, William Denning, 
James Fairlie, Jamas Hunt, Samuel L. Mitchill, E^ekiel Robins, Thomas 
Btorm, George Warner. 

Onondaga — Silas Halsey, Comfort Tyler. 

Ontario and Steuben — Amos Hall, Charles Williamson. 

Ora/nge — James Burt, Benjamin Coe, Moses Hatfield. 

Otsego — Joshua Dewey, Francis Henry, Elijah Holt, Timothy Morae. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Whitehead Cornell, William Pearsall, John 
I. Skidmore. 

Rensselaer — John Bird, Jacob A. Fort, Daniel Gray, Jonathan Hoag, 
Hosea Mofflt, Israel Thompson. 

Richmond — Paul I. Micheau. 

Sa/raioga — Seth C. Baldwhi, Samuel Clark, Adam Comstock, Douw I. 
Fonda, Aaron Gregory. 

JSehoharie — John Rico. 

Sufoik — John Howard, Abraham Miller, Josiah Reeve, Silas Wood. 

Ttoga — Emanuel Coryell, Benjamin Hoi^ey. 

Uhker — John Barber, Philip D. Bevier^ Phineas Bowman, Jacobus S. 
Bruyn, John A. De Witt, John C. De Witt, Andrew McCord. 

Washington — Charles Kane, Daniel Mason^ Reuben Pride, Edward 
fiavage, Tnomas Smith, Melancton Wheeler. 

Wegtchester^-^W\Xi\B.m Adams, John Barker, Ely ah Lee, Abel Smith, 
OhariesTeed. 



172 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Twbnty-Skcond Session — 1798 - 9. 

First meeting began August 9 ; ended August 27, 1798- 
Second meeting began January 2 ; ended April 3, 1799. 

Speaker— DIRCK TEN BROECK, of Albany. 
Clerk — James Van Inoen. 
Sergeani-ai-Arms — Robert Hunter. 
Door-Keeper — Peter Hansen. 

Albany — Thomas E. Barker, James Bill, Johan Jost Deitz, Prince Doty, 
Andrew N. Heeimance, Jeremiah Lansingh, Philip P. Schuylefi Joseph 
Shurtleff, Dirck Ten Broeck. 

Clinton — Asa Adgate. 

Chenango — Obadiah German, Nathaniel King 

Columbia — Elisha Gilbert, Rillian Hogeboom, Charles McKinstry, John 
McKinstry, Peter B. Ten Broeck, Samuel Ten Broeck. 

Delaware — Elias Butler, Erastus Root. 

Dutchess — Abraham Adriance, Lemuel Clift, Henry Dodge, Robert 
Johnston, Ebenezer Mott, William Pearce, Piatt Smith, Jonathan Soule, 
William Tabor, John Van Benthuysen. 

Jlerkimer — Ludwick Campbell, John Cummins, Jr., Phineas (}ates 

Kings — Johannis I. Lott. 

Montgomery — Archibald Mclntyre, Henry Pawling, Stephen Reynolds, 
Jacob Snell, Simon Veeder, Peter Voorhis. 

New-York — Philip I. Arcularlus, William Boyd, Ebenezer S. Burling, 
Aaron Burr, James Fairlie, Richard Furman, James Hunt, Elias Nexseo, 
John B. Prevost, Ezekiel Robins, Thomas Storm, John Swartwoat, John 
A. Wolfe. 

Oneida — Abel French, Henry McNiel, David Ostrom. 

Onondaga — Edward Paine, John Richardson. 

Ontario and Steuben — Amos Hall, Charles Williamson. 

Orange — John Blake, Jr., James Burt, Moses Philips, Hendrick Smith, 
David M. Westcott. 

Otsego — Joshua Dewey, Benjamin Gilbert, Francis Henry, Jededlah 
Peck, 

Queens — Robert Moore, William Mott, John I. Skidmore, John M. 
Smith. 

Rensselaer — Jacob A. Fort, Daniel Gray, Jonathan Hoag, Corneliiis 
Lansing, John W. Schermerhom, John I. Van Rensselaer 

Richmond — Paul I. Micheau. 

Rockland — Benjamin Coe. 

Saratoga — Seth C. Baldwin, Samuel Clark, Adam Comstock, Henry 
Corl, Jr., James Warren. 

Schohai-ie — Peter Swart. 

Suffolk — NicoU Floyd, Jared Landon, John Smith, Joshua Smith. 

Tioga — Matthew Carpenter. 

Ulster — Gerrit Abeel, Jacobus S. Bruyn, John A. De Witt, Pet«r 
Lefevre, Jr., Martin G. Schuneman. 

WaMngton — Seth Crocker, David Hopkins, Charles Kane, Edwaid 
Savage, Philip Smith, David Thomas. 

Westchester — William Adams, Israel Honeywell, Elijah Lee, Abel Smttiu 
Charlm Teed. 



MEMBERS OF ASSBMBLT. 173 



Twintt-Third Session — 1800, 
B^an January 28 ; ended April 8, 1800^ 

Speaker-— mUCK TEN BROECE, of Albany county. 
Clerk — James Van Ingen. 
SergearU-ai-Anns — Ephraim Hunt. 
Doar-Keeper — Peter Hansen. 

Albany — James Bill, Philip Conine, Jr., Johan Jost Deitz, Prince Doty, 
John v. Henry, Francis Nicoll, Joseph Shurtlefi; Dir^ek Ten Broeck, Jacob 
Winne. 

Cayuga — Silas Halsey. 

Chenango — Peter B. Garnsey, Nathaniel Eii^g, 

Clinton and Essex — William Gilliland. 

Cdumbia — Ezekiel Gilbert, Bohert T. Xiivino^ston, Charles McEinstry, 
John Noyes, Anson Pratt, Jacob &. 7an Rensselsier^ 

Ddawa/re — Patrick Lamb, Sluman Wattles. 

Jhddhess — Abraham Adriance, William Barker, William Emott, Joseph 
C. Field, Robert Johnston, Ebenezer Mott, Isaac Sherwood, William Tabor, 
Samnel Towner, John Van Benthuysen. 

Herkimer — Thomas Manly, John Mills, John Myer. 

Kings— ^2JCoh Sharpe, Jr. 

MtvtUgomery — John Herkimer, Cornelius Hamfr^y, Archibald Mclntyre, 
Frederick Sammons, Jacob 'Snell, Simon Yeeder, 

New -York — John Bogert, Nicholas Evertson, John Oothout, Anthony 
Port, Caleb S. Biggs^ Robert Rutgers, Jacob Sherr<ed, Anthony Steenback, 
Ebenezer Stevens, Samuel Still well, Bernardus Swartwout, Jr., William B. 
Woolsey. 

Oneida — John Hall, David Ostrom, Nathan Smith. 

Onondaga — Ebenezer Butler, Jr. 

Ontario and Steuben — Nathaniel Norton, Charles Williamson 

Orange -^Joltin. Blake, Jr., Robert R« Burnet, James Burt, Andrew 
McCord, Seth Marvin. 

Otsego — Jedediah Peck, Robert Roseboom, Jacob T«n Broeck, Rensselaer 
Williams. 

Queens — Isaac Denton, Jonah Hallett, Abraham Monfoort, John I. Skid- 
more. 

Rensselaer — Jacob A. Fort, Daniel Gray, James McKown, Josiah Mas- 
ters, John W. Schermerhom, George Tibbite. 

Richmond — John P. Ryerss. 

Rockland — Samuel G. Verbryck. 

Saratoga — Daniel Bull, Samuel Clark, Adam Comstock, James Warrei^ 
Edward A* Watrous. 

Schoharie — Storm A. Becker. 

Sujfcik — Nicoll Floyd, Jared Landon, John Smith, Silas Wood. 

Tioga — Samuel Tinkham. 

Ulster — Charles W. Broadhcad, Johannes Bruyn, Moses Cantine, John 
C. De Witt, Martin G. Schuneman. 

Washington — Bei:\]amin Colvin, Micajah Pettit, Isaac Sargent, Edward 
Savage, David Thomas, John Thurman. 

Wetichester — George Comb, Abyah Gilbert, Nathan Rockwel], Abel 
Smith OfaarlesTeed. 

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174 MEICBEBS OF ASSEMBLT. 



TWBNTT-FOURTH SkSSION 1 800 -1 , 

First meeting began November 4 ; ended November 8, 1800. 
Second meeting began January 27 ; ended April 8, 1801. 

Speaker ^SAMUEL OSGOOD, of New-York. 
Clerk — James Van Ingen. 
Scrgeant-at-Arms — Ephraim Hunt. 
Door-Keeper — Peter Hansen. 

Albany — Johan Jost Deitz, Prince Doty, John V. Henry, Joseph Bhmi- 
leff, Dirck Ten Broeck, Jacob Ten Eyck, Peter West, Jacob Winne. 

Cayuga — Silas Halsey. 

Chenango — Jonathan Forman, James Glover. 

Clmton and Essex — (No returns.) 

Cotvmbia — William Cantine, Asa Douglass, Dirck Gardenier, Esekiel 
Gilbert, John Livingston, Elisha Williams. 

Delaware — Gabriel North, Erastus Root. 

Dutchess — Abraham Adriance, Benjamin Akin, Elisha Barlow, Nicholas 
H. Emigh, Robert Johnston, Ebenezer Mott, Zalman Sanfbrd, Isaac Sher- 
wood, Smith Thompson, John M. Thurston. 

Oreene — Thomas E. Barker, Caleb Benton. 

Herkimer — Nathan Smith, Evans Wharry, George Widrig. 

Kings — Jacob Sharpe, Jr. 

Montgomery — Cornelius HumfVey, Archibald Mclntjrre, Alexander Shel- 
don, Jacob Snell, Simon Veeder, Christopher P. Yates. 

New - York — Philip I. Arcularius, John Broome, €teorge Clinton, Horatio 
Gkitos, James Hunt, Brockholst Livingston, Ellas Nexsen, Samuel Osgood, 
Ezekiel Robins, Henry Rutgers, Thomas Storms, John Swartwout, George 
Warner. 

Oneida — Jesse Curtiss, Abel French, David Ostrom. 

Onondaga — Asa Danforth. 

Ontario and Steuben — Lemuel Chipman, Nathaniel Norton. 

Orange — Aaron Burr, James Clinton, Andrew McCord, Peter Townsend, 
Henry Tucker. 

Otsego — Benjamin Hicks, Solomon Martin, Jedediah Peck, Jacob Ten 
Broeck. 

Queens — Jonah Hallett, Abraham Monfoort, Joseph Pettit, John L 
Skidmore. 

Rensselaer — Jonathan Brown, John Lovett, James McKown, Josiah 
Masters, Hosea Moffitt, John E. Van Allen. 

Richmond — Paul I. Micheau. 

Rockland — Samuel G. Verbryck. 

Saratoga — Daniel Bull, Adam Comstock, Henry Corl., Jr., James Mer- 
rill, James Warren. 

Schoharie — Joseph Borst, Jr. 

iSu/oZA;— Nicoll Floyd, Jarcd Landon, Abraham Miller, Mills Phfllips. 

Tioga — Edward Edwards. 

Ulster — Benjamin Bevier, Jr., Conrad Ed. Ehnendorf, Philip Eltinge, 
Joseph Hasbronck, Jr. 

Washington — Seth Alden, David Hopkins, Gerrit G. Lansing, TimotliJ 
lioonard, William McAuley, Edward Savage. 

WestcTiester — Abijah Gilbert, Robert Graham, Abraham Odell, Abe! 
Smith, Thomas Thomas. 



WBJBKRB 09 ASSEKBLY. 175 



TwKNTY-FlFTH SsBSION 1802. 

Began January 2G ; ended April 5, 1802. 

Speaker— TEOMAQ STOEM, of New- York. 
Clerk — Jambs Van Inoen. 
Scrgeani-ai-Arms — Ephraim Hunt. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — Johan Jost Deitz, Prince Doty, John V. Henry, Peter S. 
Schayler, Joseph Shurtleflf, Dirck Ten Broeck, Jacob Ten Eyck, Peter 
West. 

Cayuga — Salmon Buel. 

Chenango — Nathaniel King, Joshua Mersereau, Jr. 

Clinton and Essex — William Bailey. 

Cciumhia — Thomas Brodhead, Josiah Holley, Henry W. Livingston, 
Samuel Ten Broeck, Peter Van Alstyne, Moses Younglove. 

Ddaware — Gabriel North, Erastus Root. 

Dutchess — Abraham Adriance, Benjamin Akin, Theodorus Bailey, 
Elisha Barlow, Nicholas H. Emigh, Harry Garrison, Alexander Spencer, 
John Thompson, John M. Thurston. 

Oreene — William Beach, Philip Conine, Jr. 

Herkimer — Nathan Smith, Samuel Merry, Jr., George Widrig. 

Kmgs — John C. Vanderveer. 

MorUgomery — Archibald Mclntyre, Frederick Sammons, Alexander 
Sheldon, Jacob Snell, Charles Ward, Christopher P. Yates. 

New -York — Philip I. Arcularius, John Broome, Peter Elting, Thomas 
Farmar, William Few, James Hunt, Brockholst Livingston, Elias Nexsen, 
Samuel Osgood, Ezekiel Robins, Henry Rutgers, Thomas Storms, George 
Warner. 

Oneida — Joel Bristol, Abel French, David Ostrom. 

Ontario and Steuben — Daniel Chapin, Peter B. Porter. 

Onondaga — Asa Danforth. 

Orange — Joshua Browil, James Burt, Charles Clinton, Andrew McCord, 
Selah Strong. 

Otsego — Samuel Campbell, Solomon Martin, Jedediah Peck, Jacob 
Ten Broeck. 

Queens — John D. Ditmis, Abraham Monfoort, William Mott, Joseph 
Pettit. 

Rensselaer — John Carpenter, Jacob A. Fort, John Green, Burton 
Hammond, John Enickerbacker, Jr., John Stevens. 

Bichmond — Paul I. Michcau. 

Rockland — Peter De Noyelles. 

Saratoga — Samuel Clark, Adam Comstock, Henry Corl, Jr., James 
Warren, Edward A. Watrous. 

Schoharie — Lawrence Lawyer, Jr. 

St^oik — Israel Carll, Jared Landon, Abraham Miller, Tredwell 
Scndder. 

Tioga — Caleb Hyde. 

Umer — Benjamin Bevier, Josiah Hasbrouck, Elnathan Sears, Benja- 
min Snyder. 

Washington — Kitchel Bishop, Alexander Cowan, Jason Kellogg, John 
McLean, Mici^ah Pettit, Isaac Sargent. 

Westchester -^Abijsih Gilbert, Abraham Odell, Abel Smith, Thomas 
Thomas, Joseph Travis. 



176 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



TwKNTY-SlXTH SESSION 1803. 

Began January 25 ; ended April 26, 1803. 

Speaker —TUOM AS STORM, of New-York. 
Clerk — Solomon Southwick. 
SergeanUai-Arms — Ephralm Hunt. 
Doar-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — Johan Jost Deitz, John Frisby, Stephen Lush, Maus Schof- 
merhorn, Peter S. Schuyler, Jacob Ten Eyck. 

Cayuga — Salmon Buell, Silas Halsey, Thomas Hewitt. 

Chenango — James Green, Stephen Hoxie, Joel Thompson, Uri Tracy. 

Clinton — Peter Sailly. 

Columbia — Samuel Edmonds, Aaron Kellogg, Moncrief LivingstOD, 
Peter Silvester. 

Delaware — John Lamb, Elias Osbom. 

Dutchess — Joseph C. Field, John Jewett, John Martin, Thomas 
Mitchell, Philip Spencer, Jr., Theodorus R. Van Wyck, James Wiuchell. 

Essex — Thomas Stower. 

Genesee and Ontario — Thaddeus Chapin, Augustus Porter, Polydon 
B. Wisner. 

Gh'eene — George Hale, Martin G, Schuneman. 

Herkimer — Stephen Miller, George Widiig, Samuel Wright 

Kings — John Hicks. 

Montgomery — Henry Kennedy, John Booi^ Alexander Sheldon, Daniel 
Walker, Charles Ward. 

New -York — John Brower, John Burger, William Few, William W. 
Gilbert, Peter Irving, Cornelius C. Rosevelt, Ezekiel Robins, Thomai 
Storm, Daniel D. Tompkins. 

Oneida — James Dean, Sen., Abel French, John Lay, Aaron Morse. 

Onondaga — John Lamb, John McWhorter. 

Orange — James Burt, William A. Clark, James Finch, Jr., Reaben 
Neely. 

Otsego — Daniel Hawks, James Moore, Jedediah Peck, Luther Bicfa. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Abraham Monfoort. Henry 0. Seaman. 

Rensselaer — John Green, Jonathan Rouse, John Ryan, Jolm Wood- 
worth. 

Richmond — Paul I. Micheau. 

Rockland — Peter De Noyelles. 

Sa/ratoga — Samuel Clark, Adam Oomstock, Gideon (Goodrich, Otlmid 
Looker. 

Schoharie — Henry Becker, Lawrence Lawyer, Jr. 

Steuben — James Faulkner. 

Suffolk — Israel Carll, Jonathan Dayton, Josiali Reeve. 

Tioga — Coleh Hyde. 

Ulster — Moses Cantine, Jr., James Kain, Cornelius Low, Wimfliti 
Sears. 

Washington — David Austin, Eitchel Bishop, Alexander Cowan, Jaaon 
Kellogg, John McLean, Isaac Sargent. 

WiMMiester — Abijah Gilbert, Abraham Odell, Thomas Thomas, Joseph 
Travis. 



MEMBERS OF ASfiEMBLT. 177 



Twbntt-Sevknth Session — 1804. 

Began January 81 ; ended April 10, 1804. 

iS^oA^— ALEXANDER SHELDON, of Montgomery. 
Clerk — Solomon South wick. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Bei\jainin Haight. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — John Beekman, Jr., Johan Jost Deitz, James Emott, Peter 
S. Schuyler, Moses Smith. 

Cayuga — Silas Halsey, Thomas Hewitt, Amos Eathbun. 

CheiuKngo — Ohadiah German, Stephen Hoxie, James Moore, Joel 
Thompson. 

Clinion — Beijamin Mooers. 

Columbia — Benjamin Birdsall, Stephen Miller, Samuel Ten Broeck, 
James I. Van Allen. 

Ddawa/re — Gabriel North, Ellas Osbom. 

IhUche$s — Joseph E. Haff, John Martin, Thomas Mitchell, Zalmon 
Sanford, William Taber, Benajah Thompson, Theodorus Van Wyck. 

Euex — Theodorus Ross. 

Oenesee and Onta/rio — Amos Hall, Nathaniel Howell, Polydore B. 
Wisner. 

Oreene — Stephen Simmons, Stodard Smith, 

Herkimer — Evans Wharry, George Widrig, Samuel Wright. 

Kings — John Hicks. 

Montgomery — John Herkimer, Henry Kennedy, Archibald McIntyrOi 
Alexander Sheldon, David J. Zeilley. 

New 'York — Samuel Bradhui-st, George Clinton, Jr., Peter Curtenius, 
William Pew, Henry Ruts:ers, Peter A. Schenck, Solomon Townsend, 
James Warner, Peter H. Wendover. 

Oneida — David Cofiben, Joseph Eirkland, David Ostrom, Abraham 
Van Eps. 

Onondaga — James Geddes, John McWhorter. 

Orange — Joshua Brown, Robert R. Burnet, Samuel S. Seward, 
Henry Tucker. 

Otsego — -Peter P. Dumont, Jedediah Peck, Solomon Pier, Henry Scott. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, John D. Ditmis, William Mott. 

Benssdaer — Asa Mann, Jonathan Rouse, Charles Selden, William 
Steward, Samuel Vary, Jr. 

Ridtmond — John Houseman. 

Soekland — Samuel G. Verbryck. 

Saratoga — Adam Comstock, John Hunter, Samuel Lewis, Othniel 
Looker. 

Schoharie — Henry Becker, Freegifb Patchin. 

Steuben — James Faulkner. 

Suffolk — Israel Carll, Sylvester Bering, David Hedges. 

Tioga — Ashbel Wells. 

Ulier — Benjamin Bevier, Lucas Elmendorf, Joseph Hasbrouck, Jr.. 
James Ross. 

'Washington — David Austin, Kitchel Bishop, William Livingston, John 
McKinney, John McLean, Stephen Thorn. 

Westchester -^A^ah Gilbert, Abraham Odell, Thomas Thomas, Joseph 
Travis. 



178 HEHBEBS OF ABSEMBIY. 

• Twenty-Eighth Session — 1804-5. 

First meeting began November 6 ; ended November 12, 1804. 
Second meeting began January 23 ; ended April 10, 1805. 

5iptfaA«r— ALEXANDER SHELDON, of Montgomery. 
Clerk — Solomon Southwick. 
Sergeani-ai-Arms — Benjamin Haight. 
Door-Keeper — BecjamiD Whipple. 

Albany — David Burhaiis, Adam Deitz, Jr., Stephen Lush, Nicholas V. 
Myndersc, Joseph ShurtlefiT, Moses Smith. 

Cayuga — John Grover, Jr., Amos Rathbmi. 

Chenango — Peter Betts, Obadiah Gcrmau, Samuel Payne, Luther Wa- 
terman. 

C/iTi^onr- Benjamin Mooers. 

Columbia — Moncrief Livingston, Peter Silvester, William W. Van Ness, 
Jason Warner. 

Delaware — Adam I. Doll, Anthony Marvine. 

Dutchess — Job Crawford, Isaac Hunting, John Patterson, Abraham H. 
Schenck, Isaac Sherwood, John Van Benthuysen, John M. Thurston. 

JSssex — Theodorus Ross. 

Oreene — Patrick Hamilton, Daniel Sayre. 

Herkimer — Evans Wharry, George Widrig, Samuel Wright. 

Kings — John Hicks. 

Montgomery — Jonathan Hallett, James Mclntyre, John Seeber, Alex- 
ander Sheldon, David I. Zeilley. 

New -York — Philip I. Arcularius, John Bingham, George Clinton, Jr., 
Thomas Farmar, William Few, William W. Gilbert, Henry Rutgers, Peier 
A. Schenck, Solomon Townsend. 

Oneida — George Bi'ayton, Joseph Jennings, Joseph Kirkland, Benjamin 
Wright.* 

Onondaga — John Ballard, William I. Vredenbergh. 

Ontario and Genesee — Amos Hall, Daniel W. Lewis, Alexander Bea, 

Orange — John Barber, Joshua Brown, John Hathom, John Tuthill. 

Otsego — Gurdon Huntuigton, William Lathrop, Luke Metcalfe, Hum- 
phrey Palmer. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Benjamin Coe, Henry 0. Seaman. 

Rensselaer — Jonathan Burr, James L. Hogeboom, Nehemiah King, Asa 
Mann, John Ryan. 

Richmond'^ J oYiTi Dunn. 

Rockland — John Cole. 

Saratoga — Wm. Carpenter, Samuel Clark, Asahel Porter, David Bogon. 

Schohari$ — Henry Becker, Freegifl Patchin. 

Seneca — John Sayre. 

Steuben — John Wilson. 

Sujfolk — Israel Carll, Jonathan Dayton, Jared Landon. 

Tioga — John Miller. 

Ulster — Lucas Elmendorf, Henry Reynolds, James Ross, 8elah Totbill 

Wa^ington — Isaac Harlow, Jason Kellogg, William Livingston, John 
McLean, Solomon Smith, James Starbuck. 

Westchester — Abijah Gilbert, Abm.0del],Caleb Tompkins, Joseph Timrii. 



1 Walter Martin and Benjamin Wright were rotomed ai baring ree^ved aa _ 
nnmber of votea. llr. Wrigbt was admitted to bis seat by a reaolatton of Bbv. Jb 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 179 



TwKNTT-NlNTH SeSSION 1806, 

Began January 28 ; ended April 7, 1806. 

Speaker ^ALEKANDEB. SHELDON, of Montgomery. 
Olerk — Solomon Southwick. 
S^geant-at-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
J)oor-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple, 

AlbaiMf — David Barhans, Asa Colvard, AdamDeitz, Jr., Stephen Lash, 
Joseph Shnrtleff, Abraham Van Vechtcn. 

Cayuga — John Grover, Jr., Amos Rabhbun. 

Chenango — Benjamin Jones, Jonathan Morgan, Samuel Payne, Sylvanus 
Smalley. 

CUnkm — William Bailey. 

Ooiumbia — Moncrief Livingston, Peter Silvester, William W. Van Ness, 
Jason Warner. 

Diiaware — Anthony Marvine, Gabriel North. 

Ihttchess — Barnabas Carver, Joseph G. Field, Benjamin Herrick, Abra- 
ham H. Schenckj John Van Benthuyson, William D. Williams, Veni^h 
Woolley. 

Essex — Theodoms Ross. 

Cfreene — John Ely, James Thompson. 

fferkimer -^EldAd Corbet, George Widrig, Samuel Wright. 

Jdfernon^ Lewis and St. Latprence — Henry Coffeen. 

RMgs — John Hicks. 

Montgomery — John Herkimer, Samuel Jackson, James Mclntyre, Alex- 
ander Sheldon, Joseph Waggoner. 

New 'York — Francis Cooper, Clarkson Crolius, Benjamin Ferris, William 
W. Gilbert, Richard Riker, Samuel Russell, Peter A. Schenck, Arthur 
SmiUi, James Warner. 

Oneida — George Brayton, Thomas Hart, Joseph Jennings. 

Onondaga — Jasper Hopper, William I. Vredenburgh. 

Ontario and Oenesee — Daniel W. Lewis, Ezra Patterson, Alexander 
Boa. 

Orange — William Crist, David Dill, Alexander McCord, John Wood. 

Otsego — Daniel Hawks, Gurdon Huntington, Luther Rich, Ruftis 
Steere. 

Queens — Benjamin Coe, Henry 0. Seaman, John W. Seaman. 

Renss^aer — Jonathan Niles, William W. Reynolds, John Ryan, Nicho- 
las Staats, Jacob Tates. 

Richmond — John Dunn. 

RotMand — John Haring. 

Saraioga — John Cramer, John McClelland, Jesse Mott, Asahel Porter. 

Schoharie — Henry Bellinger, Henry Shafer. 

Seneca — Cornelius Humfrey. 

Steuben — John Wilson. 

SuJfM — Israel Carll, David Hedges, Jared Landon. 

Ttoga — John Miller. 

Vmer — JosSah Hasbrouck, John Lounsbery, Peter P. Roosa, Elnathan 
Sears. 

. Washington — Kitchel Bishop, William Livingston, John McLean, Na- 
ttuuDiel Pitcher, Daniel Shepherd. 

WsMkester — Joel Frost, Philip Honeywell, Ezra Lockwood, Caleb 
TompUna. 



180 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Thirtibth Session — 180^. 

Began January 27 ; ended April 7, 1807. 

i^aA^r— ANDREW McCORD, of Orange. 
Clerk — Gerrit Y. Lansing. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

AEbany — David Bogardus, Asa Colvard, Johan Jost Deitz, Daniel Hale, 
Joseph ShurtlefiT, Jacob Veeder. 

Cayuga — John Grover, Jr., AmosRathbun. 

Chenango -^ Obadiah German, Joseph Simonds. 

Clinton — Nathaniel Z. Piatt. 

Columbia — Elisha Gilbert, Jr., Peter Sharp, Gainus Stebbins, Anson 
Pratt. 

Delaware — John T. More, Joshua Pine. 

Dutchess — John Haight, Aaron Hazen, Theron Rudd, John Storm, 
Tobias L. Stoutenburgh, Martin £. Winchel, Veniah WooUey. 

Ihuex — Stephen Cuyler. 

Genesee, Ontario and Allegany — Alexander Rea, Philetns Swift, Asahel 
Warner. 

Oreene — Samuel Haight, James Thompson. 

Herkimer — John Kennedy, George Widrig, Samuel Wright. 

Jefferson^ Lewis and St, Lawrence — Moss Kent. 

Kings — John Hicks. 

Uadison — Erastus Cleveland, Sylvanus Smalley. 

MowtgoTnery — Lawrence Gros, James Lansing, Alexander Sheldon, Wil- 
liam Van Olinda, Harmanus A. Yedder. 

New -York — John Bingham, Francis Cooper, Clarkson Crolioa, Bei^a- 
min Ferris, William W. Gilbert, Henry Rutgers, Samuel Russell, Arthur 
Smith, James Warner. 

Oneida — George Brayton, Uri Doolittle, Charles Z. Piatt. 

Onondcbga — Ozias Burr, Squire Manro. 

Orange — William Crist, Andrew McCord, Abraham Schultz, John Wood. 

Otsego — Thomas Brooks, Gurdon Huntington, Robert Roseboom, Henry 
Scott. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, William Mott, John W. Seamen. 

Rensselaer — Gilbert Eddy, Asa Mann, William W. Reynolds, Robert 
Woodsworth, Adam Yates. 

Richmond — David Mersereau. 

Rockland — Samuel G. Vcrbryck. 

Saratoga — Chauncey Belding, Gideon Goodrich, Jesse Mott, David 
Rogers. 

Schoharie — Henry Shafer, Peter Swart, Jr. 

Seneca — Cornelius Humfrey. 

Stevben — John Wilson. 

Suffolk— 'Umoi Carll, David Hedges, David Warner. 

Tioga and Broome — John Miller. 

Ulster — John Conklin, Jacob Marius Groeen, Jacob Bea, Peter P. 
Boosa. 

Washington — Kitchel Bishop, Peleg Bragg, John Gray, Jame* HID, 
Jason Kellogg, William Robards. 

Westchester — William Barker, Bexilandn Isaacs, Seth Marvin, AlmhHB 
Odell. 



MBMBEBS OF ASSSMBLT. 181 

Thirty-First Session — 1808. 

Began January 26 ; ended April 11, 1808. 

Speaker— ALEX AHf DEB. SHELDON, of Montgomery. 
Clerk — Daniel Rodman. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Robert Donnelly. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — John Brown, Johan Jost Deitz, Jonathan Jenkins, Stephen Yar 
Rensselaer, Abraham Van Yechten, Jacob Yeeder. 

Broome and Tioga — Emanuel Coryell. 

Cayuga — Elijah Price, Richard Townley. 

Chenango — Peter Betts, Obadiah German. 

Clinton — Elisha Arnold. 

Columbia^— Thomas Brodhead, Jacob Rutsen Yan Rensselaer, Jason 
Warner, Elisha Williams. 

Delaware — John T. More, Gabriel North. 

Ihttehess — Albro Akin, Devouc Bailey, George Casey, Cyrenus Croeby, 
John Haight, Tobias L. Stoutenburgh, Martin E. Winchell. 

JSssex — Benjamin Pond. 

Genesee, AUegany a^d Ontario — Amos Hall,* William Rnmsey,' Phile- 
tus Swift, Asahel Warner, Jr. 

Oreene — Coenradt T. Houghtaling, Perez Steel. 

Herkimer — Aaron Budlong, John M. Petrie, Westel Willoughby, Jr. 

Jefferson^ Lewis and Si, Lawrence — Lewis Graves. 

Kings — John Hicks. 

Madison — John W. Bulkley, Sylvanus Smalley. 

Montgomery — Henry Fonda, Peter C. Fox, Lawrence Gros, Alexander 
Sheldon, Harmanus A. Ycdder. 

New- York — Francis Cooper, Thomas Farmar, Benjamin Ferris, William 
W. Gilbert, Silvanns Miller, Henry Rutgers, Solomon Townscnd, James 
Warner, Augustus Wright. 

Oneida — Thomas R. Gold, Henry McNeil, Benjamin^Wright. 

Onondaga — Joshua Forman, John McWhorter. 

Orange — William Ross, Selah Strong, Henry Tucker, James W. Wilkin. 

Otsego — Lemuel Fitch, Gurdon Huntington, Robert Roseboom, Henry 
Scott. 

Queens — Jacobus Monfoort,. Henry 0. Seaman, John W. Seaman. 

Benss^aer — James L. Hogeboom, Ebenezer Jones, Adam Yates, Jacob 
Yates. 

Richmond — David Mersereau. 

Rockland — Samuel G. Yerbryck. 

Saratoga — Chauncey Belding, Salmon Child, John McClelland, Jesse 
Mott. 

Schoharie — Henry Shaffer, Peter Swart, Jr. 

Seneca — John Say re. 

Steuben — George Hornell. 

Suffolk — Israel Carll, Jonathan Dayton, Thomas S. Lester. 

Ulster — Abraham Ten Eyck DeWitt, Conrad Edmund Elmendorf. Isaac 
Le- Fever, Cornelius Louw. 

Washington — Kitchel Bishop, Thomas Cornell, Lyman Hall, James Hill, 
Henry Mattison^ Gideon Tafb. 

Westchester — Benj. Ferris, Joel Frost, Abraham Miller, Ozlas Osborn. 

> Setamed ai eleoted : resfgned In ikvor of SuoiMy. 
* In place or HaU, resigned. 

16 



1^ MEMBERS OF ASAEMBLT. 



Thirty-Second Session — 1 808 - 9. 

First meeting began November 1 ; ended November 8, 1808. 
Second meeting began January 17 ; ended March 30, 1800. 

Speaker — J AME^ W. WILKIN, of Orange. 
Clerk — Daniel Rodman. 
Sergea/iti-ai'Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — John Brown, John H. Burhans, Johan Jost Deitz, Jonathan 
Jenkins, Stephen Van Rensselaer, Abraham Van Vechten. 

Broome — Eleazar Dana. 

Cayuga — Henry Bloom, Ebenezer Hewitt, Charles Kellogg. 

Chenango — Samuel Campbell, Obadiah Geiman, Ebenezer Wakley. 

Qlinion and Franklin — Kinner Newcomb. 

Columbia^- James Hyatt, Moncricf Livingston, Gains Stebbins, Jacob B. 
Van Rensselaer. 

Delaware — Daniel Fuller, David St. John. 

Duichess — Samuel A. Barker, George Bloom, Derick A. Brinckerhof^ 
Ebenezer Haight. Bcnajah Thompson, Jesse Thompson. 

Essex — Benjamin Pond. 

Genesee — William Rumscy. 

Oreene — James Gale, Eliakim Reed. 

Herkimer — Aaron Budlong, John M. Petrie, Westel Willoughby, Jr. 

Jefferson — David I. Andrus, Corlis Hinds. 

Kings — Jeremiah Johnson. 

Lewis — Judah Barnes. 

Madison — Oliver Brown, John W. Bulkley, David Van Home. 

Montgomery — Daniel Cady, John Fay, John Greexie, Richard Van 

Homo. 

New 'York — John P. Anthony, Joseph Constant, Francis Cooper, James 
Fairlie, Thomas Farmar, Frederick Jenkins, Caleb Poll, Nathan Sanibfd, 
Arthur Smith, Solomon Townsend, Beekman M. Van Buren. 

Niagara — Archibald S. Clarke. 

Oneida — Joel Bristol, James Dean, Sen., David Ostrom, John Storrs, 
Be]:\jamin Wright. 

Onondaga — Jacobus Dupuy, Asahel Minor, Baniet Mooney. 

Ontario — Micah Brooks, Samuel Lawrence, Richard Leech, Hogh 
McNair, William Rogers. 

Oran^re— Anthony Davis, David DAI, William Ross, James W. Wilkin. 

Otsego — Haviland Chase, Roger Kinne, Martin Luce, Henry Scott. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, David Kissam, William Townsend. 

Rensselaer — Derick Lane, Henry Piatt, Cornelius I. Schermerbom, Unel 
Shepard. 

Biehmond — David Mersereau. 

Rockland — Samuel G. Verbryck. ' 

St. Lawrence — Alexander Richards. 

&irato^a— Nehemiah Cande, Salmon Child, David Bogen, DuML, 
Van Antwerp. 

Schoharie — John Ingold, Jr., John Rice. 

Seneca — James McCall. 

Skcvhen and AUegany — Henry A. Townsend. 

^HfoUb— Mills PhilUps, Abraham Rose, Daniel T. Teny, 



.MKMBKRS OF A88BMBLT. 183 

Tioga — Emanuel Coryell. 

Ulster — Joshua Dumood, Peter Lefevre, ComeliuB l.ouw, William 
Swart. 

WathinffUm — Kitchel Bishop, James Hill, Alexander Livingston, Roger 
Skinner, Reuben Whallon. 

Westchester — William Barker, Abraham Odell, Samuel Toungs. 

Thirty-Third Session — 1810. 

Began Janaary 30; ended April 6, 1810. 

Speaker —WILLIAM NORTH, of Schenectady. ^ 
Clerk — James Van Ingen. 
Sergeant-ai-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
DoW'Keeiper — Benjamin Whipple. 

AJbawg — John Colvin, Abel Freoch Stephen Van Rensselaer, Abraham 
Van Vechten. 

AUegawy and Steuben — John Knox. 

Broome — James Pumpelly. 

CkMfitga — Henry Bloom, Stephen Close, Charles Kelloc^g. 

Chenango — Nathaniel Locke, John Noyes, Ebenezer Wakley. 

Clinton and Franklin — Gates Hoit. 

Cohmbia — Thomaa P. Grosvenor, Henry W. Livingston, William 
Lusk, Anson Pratt. 

Cortland — Ephraim Fish. 

J}eUiware — John T. Moore, Elias Osborne. 

Dutchess — David Brooks, Lemuel Clift, Eoert Dubois, Ebenezer 
Haight, Alexander Neely, Isaac Van Wyck. 

J&sez — Beijamin Pond. 

Oeneaee — Chauncey Loomis. 

Greene — Benjamin Chapman, Ira Day. 

Herkimer — Christopher P. Bellinger, Rudolph DevendorfiT, Thomas 
Manly. 

Jefferson — Ethel Bronson, Moss Kent. 

Kings — Jeremiah Johnson. 
' Lewis — Lewis Graves. 

Madison — John W. Bulkley, Amos B. Fuller, Daniel Van Home. 

Montgomery — James Allen, Daniel Cady, John Green, Richard Van 
fibHne, David I. Zeilley. 

New 'York — John P. Anthony, Abraham E. Brouwer, Thomas Far- 
mar, Adrian Hegeman, Samuel L. Mitchill, Caleb Pell, Ichabod Prall, 
Samuel Tooker, Solomon Townsend, Beekman M. Van Buren, Augustus 
Wright. 

NiiO^xra — Archibald S. Clarke. 

OnMa — Levi Carpenter, Jr., Samuel Chandler, John Humaston, 
David Ostrom, John Storrs. 

OnondoLga — Jacobus Dupuy, Barnct Mooney. 

Onta^rio — Valentine Brother, Israel Chapiu, David Dorsey, William 
llarkham, Gideon Pitts. 

Orange — James Finch, Jr., Joseph Morrell, John Nicholson, Selah 
Strong. 

Otsego — Joseph Bowne, Erastus Craft, Abeel De Forest, Beqjamia 
Gilbert. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Daniel Kissam, William Townsend. 



184 XEHBEBS OF ASSEMBLT. 

Rensselaer — Timothy Leonard, Henry Piatt, Oomeliiis I. Scbermer- 
hom, Jeremiah Schuyler. 

Richmond — Richard Connor. 

Rockland — Peter S. Van Orden. 

St. Lawrence — Roswell Hopkins 

Saratoga — Joel Lee, Samuel Lewis, Daniel L. Van Antwerp, Calvin 
Wheeler. 

Schenectady — Henry Glen, William North. 

Schoharie — John Ingold, Jr., John Rice. 

Seneca — Oliver C. Comstock. 

Suffolk — Abraham Rose, John Rose, Tredwell Scudder. 

Tioga — Emanuel Coryell. 

Uliter and Sullivan — Betvjamin Bevier, John Conklin, Abraliam 
Hardenbcrgh ,Abraham Hasbrouck. 

Washington — Kitchel Bishop, John Gale, Jason Kellogg, William 
Livingston, Roger Skinner. 

Westchester — William Barker, Abraham Odell, Samuel Toungs. 

Thirty-Fourth Session — 1811. 

Began January 29 ; ended April 8, 1811. 

is^^ir^. 5 NATHAN SANFORD, of Now- York (till February 12). 
^^^P^''^*^^— \ WILLIAM ROSS, of Orange (after February 12). 
Clerk — Samuel North. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — Asa Colvard, David Delong, Johan Jost Deitz, Abraham 
Van Vechten. 

AUegany and Stevben — John Knox. 

Broome — (No returns.) 

Cayuga — Stephen Close, Elisha Durkee, Ebcnezer Hewitt. 

Chenango — Peter Betts, Thompson Mead, Joseph Simons. 

Clinton and Franklin — Gates Hoit.* 

Cclwmbia — Thomas P. Grosvenor, Augustus Tremain, James Vander- 
poel, Jacob Rutsen Van Rensselaer. 

Cortland — B illy Trowbridge. 

Delaware — Daniel Fuller, David St. John. 

Dutchess^ — Samuel Augustus Barker, Lemuel Clift, Koert DuboiSi 
Alexander Neely, Shadrach Sherman, Isaac Van Wyck. 

Essex — Dele van Delance, Jr. 

Oenesee — Chauncey Loomis. 

Oreene — William Beach, Jonas Bronk. 

Herkimer — Christopher P. Bellinger, Robert Burch, Hosea Nelsoo. 

Jefferson — Corlis Hinds," William Hunter.* 

Kings — John C. Vanderveer. 

Lewis — Nathaniel Merriam. 

Madison — John W. Bulkley, Henry Clark, Jr., Zebulon Bonglait. 

Montgomery — Daniel Cady, Jacob Eacker, Daniel Hurlbut, JauMi 
Mclntyre, George H. Nellis. 

*■ Contested by William Steward. * Till Febniarv 4. 

* OoDteHed by Joteph C Field and flre * Buooeeded lUndii Febminy 4* 
otben. 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 185 

Kem-Tarh — Bobert Bosrardas, Thomas Carpenter, Thomas Farmar, 
John Gelston, Samuel Lawrence, Jonas Mapes, Thomas R. Mercein, 
Nathan Sanford, Isaac Sebring, Solomon Townsend,* John Vanderbilt, Jr. 

Niagara — Archibald S. Clark. 

Oneida — Isaac Bray ton, George Doolittle, George Huntington, Henry 
McNiel, John Storrs. 

Onondaga — Robert Earll, Jasper Hopper. 

Ontario — Septimus Evans, Robert Hart, Hugh McNair, Stephen Phelps, 
Asabel Warner. 

Orange — John Blake, Jr., Anthony Davis, Seth Marvin, William Ross. 

Otsego — J>d,m»\ Hawks, Isaac Hayes, Elijah H. Metcalf, Robert Rose- 
boom. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Daniel Kissam, William Townsend. 

jgeiMwtoer— William M. Bliss, Daniel Hull, Jr., Cornelius I. Schermer- 
hom, Cornelius Van Vechten. 

Rieihaumd — James Guyon.' 

Rockland — Peter S. Van Orden. 

St. La^orence — Roswell Hopkins. 

Saratoga — John Cramer, Jesse Mott, Jeremy Rockwell, David Rogers. 

Schenectady — James Boyd, John Young. 

Schoharie — Henry Becker, Henry Hager. 

Seneca — Robert S. Rose. 

SuffM — Jonathan S. Conklln, Thomas S. Lester, Tredwell Scudder. 

Tioga — Thomas Floyd. 

Ulster and Sattvvan — John S. Couklin, Samuel Hawkins, John Louna- 
berry, Nehemiah L. Smith. 

Washington — John Baker, John Richards, Isaac Sargent, Reuben 
Whallon, David Woods. 

Wesidiesier — Darius Crosby, Abraham Miller, Jacob Odell. 



Thirty-Fifth Session — 1812. 

First meeting began January 28 ; ended March 27, 1812. 
Second meeting began May 21 ; ended June 19, 1812. 

i^^eoi^er— ALEXANDER SHELDON, of Montgomery. 
Clerk — Samuel North. 
8ergeant-at-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
Door-Keeper — Bei\jamin Whipple. 

Albawy — Asa Golvard, Jesse Tyler, Abraham Van Vechten, John Q. 
Tan Zandt. 

AUegany and Steuben — Jacob Teeple. 

Broome — Chauncey Hyde. 

OaitaArav.0guSj Chaniauque and Niagara — Ebenezer Waldon. 

Cayuga — Stephen Close, Humphrey Howland, Thomas Ludlow. 

Chenango — Samuel Campbell, Silas Holmes, Denison Randall. 

C Union and Franklin — Gates Holt. 

CMumbia — Thomas Brodhead, Thomas P. Grosvenor, Timothy Oakley, 
Jaeob R. Van Rensselaer. 

CortJand — BiWy Trowbridge. 

Ddaware — Daniel H. Burr, Isaac Ogden. 

> Died, MardhSr. 1811. * Contested by Richard Oonaor. 

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186 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

DiUehe»8 — Jofteph Arnold, Cyras Benjamin, Isaac Bryan, Henry Dodge, 
John Warren, Roliert Weeks. 

JSssex — Delevan Delance. 

Genesee — Zacbcus Colby. 

Greene — John Ely, Simon Say re. 

Herkimer — Robert Burch, Rudolph I. Shoemaker, Samuel Wood worth. 

Jefferson — David f. Andriis, John Durkee. 

Kings — John C. Vandervecr. 

Levns — William Darrow. 

Madison — Bennett Bickncll, Nathaniel Cole, Samuel H. Coon. 

Montgomery — John Fay, Daniel Uurlbut, Archibald Mclntyre, George 
H. Nellis, Alexander Sheldon. 

New -York — Thomas Carpenter, Isaac S. Douglass, James Heard, Samuel 
Jones, Jr., Jacob Lorillard, Thomas R. Mercein, Peter W. Radcliff, Abra- 
ham Russell, Isaac Scbring, James Smith, James Tylee. 

Oneida — Isaac Bray ton, Joel Bristol, Erastus Clark, (leorge Huntington, 
John Storrs. 

Onondaga — Bamet Mooney, Jonathan Stanley, Jr. 

Ontario — Nathaniel Allen, Valentine Brother, David Sutherland, Joshua 
Vanfleet, Ezra Waite. 

Orange — John Gasherie,' Peter Holbert, Seth Marvin, William Boss. 

Otsego — Daniel Hawks, Isaac Hayes, Elyah H. Metcalf, Robert Rose- 
boom. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, John Fleet, Daniel Kissam. 

Rensselaer — George Gai drier, Stephen Gregory, Abraham L. Viele, 
Stephen Warren. 

Richmond — James Guy on. 

Rockland — Peter S. Van Orden. 

iS^^ Lavrrence — Roswell Hopkins. 

Saratoga — Joel Keeler, Zebulon Mott, Avery Starkweather, John W. 
Taylor. 

Schenectady — James Boyd, John Young. 

Schoharie — Henry Hager, John Redington. 

Seneca — Oliver C. Comstock. 

Suffolk — Usher H. Moore, Nathaniel Potter, Abraham Rose. 

Siiuivan and Ulster — Jacob Coddington, Abraham L Hardenburgh, 
Henry Jansen, Elnathan Sears. 

Tioga — Henry Wells. 

Washington — Lyman Hall, James Hill, John Eirtland, Alexander 
Livingston, Halsey Rogers. 

Westchester — Darius Crosby, Abraham Miller, Jacob Odell. 

Thirty-Sixth Session— 1812-13. 

First meeting began November 3; ended November 11, 1812. 
Second meeting began January 12 ; ended April 12, 1813. 

Speaker— JACOB RUTSEN VAN RENSSELAER, of Colmnbii. 
Clerk — James Van Ingen. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
Dow-Keeper — Beijamin Whipple. 



> Died, March 8, 1812. 



MEHBEBS OF AS8BMBLT. 187 

ABb&kny — David Bogardus, John Gibbons, Elishama Janes, Abraham 
Van Yechten. 

ARegawy and Steuben — Jacob Teeple. 

Broome — Chauncey Hyde. 

Cattaraugus, Chaviauque and Niaga/ra — Jonas Williams. 

Cayuga — William 0. Bcrmet, Thomas Ludlow, William Satterlee. 

Chenango — Nathaniel Medbury, Ebenezer Wakley, Thornton Wasson. 

Clinton and FranJdin — Allen R. Moore. 

Columbia — Aaron Olmsted,' Alan Slieldon, Jacob R. Van Rensselaer, 
Elisha Williams. 

Cortland — Billy Trowbridge. 

Delaware — Robert Clark, Andrew Craig, Jr. 

Dutchess — Joseph Arnold, John Beadle, Cyrus Beigamin, Isaac Bryan, 
Henry Dodge, John Warren. 

Essex — Manoah Miller. 

Genesee — James Ganson. 

Greene — John Adams, Perez Steel. 

Herkimer — John Graves, Hosea Nelson, Rudolph I. Shoemaker. 

Jefferson — Clark Allen, Egbert Ten Eyck, 

Kings — John C. Vanderveer. 

Lewis -^Levi Collins. 

Madison — Walter Beecher, John D. Henry, Jonathan Olmsted. 

Montgomery — Josiah Bartlett,' Daniel Cady, Daniel McVean, Simon 
Maybie, Richard Van Home. 

New 'York — Thomas Carpenter, Jameson Cox, Isaac S. Douglass, 
Richard Hatfield, Jr., William Henderson, Josiah Ogden Hoffman, 
Samnel Jones, Jr., Jacob Lorillard, Abraham Russell, Isaac Seabring, 
James Smith. 

Oneida — Josiah Bacon, Erastus Clark, George Huntington, John Lay, 
Nathan Townsend. 

Otumdaga — Moses Nash, Isaac Smith. 

Ontario — Abraham Dox, Gilbert Howell, Hugh McNair, David 
Sutherland, Asahel Warner. 

Orange — John Blake, Jr., David Dill, William Ross, John Wheeler. 

Otsego — Erastus Crafts^ Abel De Forest, Samuel Griffin, James Hyde. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, John Fleet, David Kissam. 

Renssdaer — David Allen, James H. BaU, John Carpenter, Jr., John 
Stevens. 

Richmond — James Guy on, Jr. 

Rockland — Peter S. Van Orden. 

St. Lawrence — Roswell Hopkins. 

Saratoga — Caleb Holmes, John Prior, John W. Taylor, Calvin 
Wheeler. 

Schoharie — Heman Hickok, Peter A. Hilton. 

Schenectady — Alexander Combs, Joseph Shurtleff. 

Seneca — James McCall. 

Sufolk — Henry Rhodes, Caleb Smith, Benjamin F. Thompson. 

SttUivan and Ulster — Jacob Coddington, Abraham I. Hardenbergh, 
Henry Jansen, Elnathan Sears. 

Tioga — Jabcz Beers. 

Washington — John Beebee, Jason Kellogg, Francis McLean, Eben- 
eser Russell, Melancton Wheeler. 

Westchester — William Barker, Abraham Miller. 

> Death aniUHiBoed January 87, 1818. * Death annoanced January 29, 1818. 



188 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Thirty-Seventh Session — 1814. 

Began January 25 ; ended Apnl 15, 1814. 

Speaker— JAMES EMOTT, of Dutchess. 
Clerk — James Van Ingen. 
Sergeani-ai-Arm^ — David Olinstead. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — Harmanus Bleecker, Johan Jost Dcitz, Moses Smith, John 
L. Winne. 

Allegany and Steuben — Daniel Cruger. 

Broome — John H. Avery. 

Catta/raugus, Chautauque and Ntaga/ra — Jonas Williams. 

Cayuga — William C. Bennet, Silas Bowker, William Satterlee. 

Chenango — James Houghteling, John Noyes, Hascall Bansford. 

Clinton and Franklin — Allen R. Moore. 

Colwmhia — Henry Rockefeller, John L. Van Allen, Jr., Jacoh Van 
Rensselaer, Elisha Williamsi 

Cortland — William Mallery. 

Delawa/re — John T. More, Isaac Ogden. 

Dutchess — William A. Duer, James Emott, Samuel Mott, Joseph 
Potter, Jesse Thompson. 

Essex — Levi Thompson. 

Genesee — James Ganson 

Greene — William Fraser, Abraham Van Dyck. 

Herkimer — Christopher P. Bellinger, Jonas Cleland, Aaron Hackley, Jr. 

Jefferson — Clark Allen, Ethel Bronson. 

Ktngs — Jeremiah Lott. 

Lewis — Chillus Doty. 

Madison — Stephen F. Blackstone, Elisha Carrington, Abraham D. 
Van Home. 

Montgomery — Samuel A. Gilbert, James Knox, Gabriel Manny, Syl- 
vanuB Wilcox, Andrew Zabriskie. 

New 'York — James B. Coles, Isaac S. Douglass, Gabriel FarmtD, 
Richard Hatfield, Samuel Jones, Jr., Charles King, Elisha W. King, 
David B. Ogden, James Palmer, Abraham Russell. James Smith. 

Oneida — Isaac Brayton, Laurens Hull, James Lynch, Henry* McNeil, 
Theodore Sill. 

Onondaga — Barnet Mooney, Moses Nash. 

Ontario — Hugh McNair, Stephen Phelps, David Southerland, Joshua 
Vanfleet, Asahel Warner. 

Orange — William Ross, Joshua Say re, Benjamin Strong, Beq}amiD 
Webb. 

Otsego — Erastns Crafts, Abel De Forest, Samuel Gri£Sn, James Hyde. 

Putnam — Joshua Bamum, Jr. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, John Fleet, Daniel Kissam. 

Rensselaer — William Bradley, Burton Hammond, Bethel Mather, Baieni 
Van Vleck. 

RichmMid — James Guyon, Jr. 

Rockland — Peter S. Van Orden. 

8t, La/wrence — Louis Hasbrouck. 

Saratoga — Nicholas W. Angle, John Dunning, Avery Starkweatber, 
Samuel Young. 

Schenectady — Abraham Van Ingen, Lawrence Vrooman. 

iSScAolbaritf— William C. Bouck, William Deitz. 



MWHBKBfl OF ASSEMBLT. 189 

Seneca — James McCall. 

Suffolk — Jonathan S. Conklin, Thomas S. Lester, Nathaniel Potter. 

SuUivan and UUUr — Coeorad Bevier. Daniel Clark, John Kiersted, 
Qreen Miller. 

IHoga — Caleh Baker. 

WcLshington and Warren — Paul Dennis, Samuel Gordon, John Rich- 
ards/ John Savage, Charles Starbuck, John White.* 

Westchester — William Barker, Abraham Miller, Richard Valentine 
Morris. 



Thirty-Eighth Session — 1814-15. 

First meeting began September 26 ; ended October 24, 1814. 
Second meeting began January 31 ; ended April 18, 1815. 

Speaker —^AMTS^L YOUNG, of Saratoga. 
Clerk — Aaron Clark. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — Harmanus Bleecker, Sylvester Ford, Jesse Tyler, John D. 
Winne. 

Allegany and Steuben — David Cruger. 

Bro&me — Asa Leonard. 

Cattaraugus^ Chautauque and Niagara — Joseph McClure. 

Cayuga — John H. Beach, Silas Bowker, Barnabas Smith. . 

Chenango — John Guthrie, Thompson Mead. Robert Monell. 

Clinton and Franklin — Robert Piatt. 

Columbia — Henry Livingston, Augustus Tremain, Jacob Rutsen Van 
Rensselaer, Elisha Williams. 

Cortland — Samuel G. Hathaway. 

Delaware — Robert Clark, Asahel £. Paine. 

Dutchess — John Beadle, Joel Benton, William A. Duer, James Emott, 
James Grant, 

Essex — Reuben Sanford. 

Oenesee — Isaac Southerland. 

Oreene — James Gale, Martin G. Van Bergen. 

Herkimer — Jonas Clelaud, Aaron Hackley, Jr., John McCombs. 

Jefferson — Ethel Bronson. 

iSngs — Tunis Schenck. 

Lewis — Ela Collins. 

Madison — David Beecher, Windsor Coman, John Mattison. 

Monigomery — Solomon Diefendorff, John Eisenlord, Alexander St. John, 
John Shuler, Alvah Southworth. 

New -York — Charles Baldwin, Francis Cooper, Jacob Drake, Ogden 
Edwards. Isaac Pierson, Peter Sharpe, Joseph Smith, Peter Stagg, Samuel 
Torbett, Qeorge Warner, Augustus Wright. 

Oneida — Theodore Hill, John Lay, James Lynch, Rufus Pettibone, 
John Storrs. 

Onondaga — Hezekiah L. Granger, James Porter. 

Ontario — Peter Allen, John Price, James Roseburgh, Ira Selby, David 
ISoutherland. 



^ Bnooeeded, Feb. 14, by John White. « In place of Richards, Febmary %L 



190 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Orange — Hezekiah Belknap, Edward Ely, James Finch, Jr., Bei\]amin 
Woodward. 

Otsego — Nathaniel Fenton, Lemuel Fitch, Arnnah Metcalf, Robert 
Boseboom. 

PiUnam — David Knapp. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, Daniel Kissam, Solomon Wooden. 

Rensselaer — David Alien, Henry A. Lake, Jacob A. Ten Eyck, Zebalon 
Scriven. 

Richmond — Jesse Oakley. 

Rockland — Peter S. Van Orden. 

St. Latorence — David A Ogden. 

Saratoga — Benjamin Cowles, Howel Gardner, Richard Eetchum, Samuel 
Toung. 

Schenectady — Ezekiel Sexton, John Victory. 

Schoharie — William C. Bouck, William Deitz. 

Seneca — David Woodcock. 

Suffolk — John P. Osborn, Tredwell Scudder, John Wells. 

SuUivan and Ulster — Wessel Broadhead, Darius Martin, David Staples, 
Thomas Van Gaasbeck. 

Tioga — Caleb Baker. 

Washington — John Gkile, Henry Mattison, Nathaniel Pitcher, John 
Richards, Isaac Sargent. 

Westchester — Benjamin Isaacs, Peter J. Munro, William Reqna. 

Thirty-Ninth Session — 1816. 

Began January 30; ended April 17, 1816. 

Speaker— DAmEL CRUGER, of Steuben. 
Clerk — Aaron Clark. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — Michael Freligh, John I. Ostrander, John Schoolcraft, Jesse 
Smith. 

Allegany and Steuben — Daniel Cruger, Timothy H. Porter. 

Broome — Mason Whiting. 

CaMaraug'oSj Chautauque and Niagara — Daniel McCleary, Eliis 
Osborn. 

Cayuga — John H. Beach, John Brown, Jr. , John McFadden, Barnabas 
Smith. 

Chenango — Thomas Brown, William Munro, Russel Waters. 

Clinton and Franklin — Benjamin Mooers. 

Columbia — Henry Livingston, John Whiting. 

Cortland — Joshua Ballard. 

Delaware — William Dewey, Henry Leavenworth. 

Dutchess — William A. Deur, Zachriah Hoffman, Thomas J. Oakleji 
Isaac Smith, John B. Van Wyck. 

Essex — Reuben Sanford. 

Genesee — James Gkmson, Elizur Webster, John Wilson. 

Greene — James Powers, Jacob Roggcn. 

JSerkimer — William D. Ford, Henry Hopkins, John McCombs. 

Jefferson — Abel Cole, Amos Stebbins, 

Kings — (No returns. ) 

Lewis — Chillus Doty. 

Jfa<li«of»— Olivor Brown, Nathan Hall, Jr., Eliphalet S. Jackmn. 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 191 

Mmtaamefy — Nathan Christie, Nathan Kimball, Edmund G. Bawson, 
Blchard Van Horne, William Woodward. 

iVfw-ForA— Joseph Bayley, Philip Brasher, Peter A. Jay, Edward W. 
Laight, Andrew Morris, James Palmer, Joseph Smith, Thomas 0. Taylor, 
George Warner, Samnel Whittmore, Augustus Wynkoop. 

Oneida — Isaac Bray ton, Jesse Curtiss, James Lynch, Eoderick Morri- 
son, Richard Sanger. 

Onondaga — Truman Adams, George Hall, Elijah Miles, Nathan Wil- 
liams. 

Ontario — Peter Allen,' Israel Chapin, Jonathan Child, Henry Fellows,* 
Myron Holley, Alexander Kelsey, Thomas Lee, Roger Sprague. 

Orange— James Burt, David Dill, Nathaniel P. Hill, Selah Strong. 

Otsego — William Campbell, Silas Crippen," Isaac Hayes, Oliver Judd,' 
Arunah Metcalf." 

Pvinam — Henry B. Lee. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, William Jones, Daniel Eissam. 

Rensselaer — Job Greene, David £. Gregory, Herman Knickerbacker, 
Samuel McOhestney, Samuel Milliman. 

Richmond — Richard Coursin. 

Rockland — Cornelius A. Blauvelt. 

Si. Lawrence — William W. Bowen. 

Saratoga — Asa C. Barney, George Cramer, Isaac Gere, Wilb'am Hamil- 
ton. 

Schenectady — Henry Fryer, Herman A. Van Slyck. 

Schoharie — William C. Bouck, Peter A. Hilton, Thomas Lawyer. 

Seneca — Nichol Halsey, Jacob L. Larzelere, William Thompson. 

Suffolk — Phineas Carll, Abraham Rose, Benjamin F. Thompson. 

Sullivan and Ulster — Aaron Adams, Green Miller, William Parks, 
Dirck Westbrook. 

Tioga — Gkimaliel H. Barstow. 

Washington and Warren — Michael Harris, John Reid, David Russell, 
James Stevenson, Roswell Weston. 

Westchester — Benjamin Isaacs, Abraham Miller, William Requa. 



Fortieth Session — 1816-17. 

First meeting began November 6 ; ended November 12, 1816. 
Second meeting began January 14; ended April 15, 1817. 

Speaker -^J>ANIT> WOODS, of Washington. 
Clerk — Aaron Clark. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Thomas Donnelly. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — John H. Burhans, John I. Ostrander, Gideon Tabor, Rufus 
WalsoQ. 

Allegany and Stevhen — Timothy H. Porter, William B. Rochester. 

Broome — Joshua Whitney. 

OoMaraugus^ Chautauque and Niagara — Jedediah Prendergast, 
Richard Smith. 

« Tin Febmanr 7. 

* CoDtesied by Allen, who held till February 7. 

• Oonteited by Francis Henry, Charles Mason and Billings Brown. Bee AaemUr 

Joonul, 89th session, p. 282. 



192 KEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Cayuga — John H. Beach, John Brown, Jr., Rowland Daj, John 
McFadden. 

Chenango — James Honghteling, Samuel A. Smith, Ebenezer Wakley. 

Clinton and Franklin — Beigamin Mooera. 

Columbia — Gerrit Cuck^ Hezekiah Hulburt, John Pixley, Elisha Wil- 
liams. 

Cortland — John Miller. 

Delaware — Martin Keelor, Asahel E. Paine. 

Dutchess — Joel Benton, William A. Duer, James Emott, Nathaniel Pen- 
dleton, Abiel Sherman 

Essex — Renben Sanford. 

Oenesee — James Ganson, Elizur Webster, Isaac Wilson. 

Greene — Levi Callender, Justus Squire. 

Herkimer — Ab\jah Bcckwith, William D. Ford, George Rosekrantz. 

Jefferson — Abel Colo, Ebenezer Wood. 

Kings — (No returns.) 

Levns — Ghillus Doty. 

Madison — James B. Eldridge, Moses Maynard, Jonathan Olmsted. 

Montgomery — Benedict Arnold, Henry Fonda, Henry Gros, Samuel 
Jackson, Isaac Searti. 

New -York — Clarkson Crolius, Henry Eckford, Cornelius Heeney, John 
T. Irving, John L. Lawrence, Asa Mann, Samuel B. Romayne, SkEumuel 
Russell, Peter Sharpe, Joseph Smith, George Waraer. 

Oneida — David I. Ambler, Wheeler Barnes, Abram Camp,' Ifartio 
Hawley, Henry Huntington,* Newton Marsh. 

Onondaga — Elijah Miles, James Webb, Asa Wells, Gideon Wilcozson. 

Ontario — Peter Allen, Jonathan Child, Bryam Green, Caleb Hopkins, 
Joshua Lee, James Roseburgh, Nathan Whiting. 

Orange — James Faulkner, James Finch, John Hallock, Jr., Elihn 
Hedges. 

Cisego — Henry Albert, William Campbell, Cyrenus Noble, Homphrey 
Palmer, El\jah Tumor. 

Putnam — Edward Smith, Jr. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, William Jones. Daniel Eissam. 

Renssehier — David Carpenter, John D. Dickinson, Burton Hammond, 
Henry Piatt, Ebenezer W. Walbridge. 

Richmond — Richard C. Corson. 

RocJdand — Cornelius A. Blauvelt. 

^1^. Lawrence — William W. Bowen. 

Saratoga — Herman Gansevoort, John Hamilton, Zebulon Mott, Joho 
Pettit. 

Schenectady — Hermanus Peek, John Victory. 

Schoharie — Isaac Barber, Peter A. Hilton, Aaron Hubbard. 

Seneca — Archer Green, Jacob L. Larzelere, William Thompson. 

Suffolk — Israel Carll, Thomas S. Lester, Abraham Parsons. 

Sullivan and Ulster — Peter A. Cantine, John Conklin, Green Miller, 
Christopher Patten, Jr. 

Tioga — Gamaliel H. Barstow. 

Washington and Warren — William Cook, John Gale, Nathaniel Pitoher, 
Isaac Sargent, David Woods. 

Westchester — Abraham Miller, John Townsend, Ebenezer White, Jr. 

1 November 9, 1816| in place of Unntiiiff- * TiU November 9, 1816. 



MKMtiKRa OF ASSEMBLY. 193 

FoRTY-FiRfiT Session — 1818. 

Began January 27 ; ended April 21, 1818. 

Speaker ^T) AVID WOODS, of Madison county. 
Clerk — Aaron Clark. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Caleb Benjamin. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — William A. Duer, James Sackett, Gideon Tabor, Stephen Van 
Bensselacr. 

AUegany and Steuben — James McCall, William B. Rochester. 

Broome — William W. Harper. 

CaMa/raugus.^ Chautauque and Niagara — Robert Fleming, Isaac 
Phelps. 

Cayuga — William Clark 2d, Thatcher I. Ferris, Isaac Smith. 

Chenango — Tilly Lynde, Perez Randall, Simon G. Throop. 

Clinton and Franklin — Gates Hoit. 

CcHumhia — Thomas Bay, Benjamin Hilton, Walter Patterson, Peter 
Van Vleck. 

Cortland — Samuel G. Hathaway. 

Delaware — William Beach, Erastus Root. 

Dutchess — Benjamin HaxLon, Thomas J. Oakley, Andrew Pray, Jehiel 
Sackett, John W. Wheeler. 

Essex — John Hofifnagle. 

Genesee — Gilbert Howell, Abraham Matteson, Isaac Sutherland. 

Oreene — John L. Bronk, Jairus Strong. 

Serkimer — Nichol Fosdick, Aaron Hackley, Jr., George Rosecrantz, 

Jefferson — Abel Cole, Horatio Orvis. 

Kings — Cornelius Van Cleef. 

Lewis — Levi Hart. 

Madison — Thomas Greenly, James Nye, David Woods. 

Montgomery — Ezekiel Belding, Samuel Jackson, Henry Lyker, Jacob 
Shew, Barent H. Vrooman- 

NeW'Tork — Cadwallader D. Colden, Clarkson Crolius, Ogden Ed- 
wards, Cornelius Heeney, Robert R. Hunter, Henry Meigs, John Morss, 
Isaac Pierson, Peter Sharpe, Samuel Tooker, Michael Ulshoefier. 

Oneida — George Bray ton, Henry Huntington, Joseph Kirkland, Na- 
than Williams, Theor Woodruffe. 

Onondaga — Abijah Earll, David Munro, James Webb, Asa Wells. 

Ontario — Phinehas P. Bates, Nathaniel Case, Samuel Lawrence, 
James Roseburgh, Ira Selby, John Van Vossen, Ezra Waite. 

Orange — Isa^ Belknap, Anthony Davis, John McGarrah, William 
Mnlliner. 

Otsego — Joshua Babcock, Stukeley Ellsworth, Nathaniel Fenton, John 
Moore, David Tripp. 

Pidiuwi. — William H. Johnstone. 

Qiteens — Stephen Carman, William Jones, Daniel Eissam. 

Renssdaer — Abijah Bush, Andrew Finch,* Myndert Groesbeck, Cor- 
nelius I. Schermerhorn,' Munson Smith, Thomas Turner. 

Riehmcmd — Richard C. Corson. 

Rockland — Abraham Gurnee. 

St. Lawrence — David C. Judson. 

^ CoBteited by Schennerhom, who sncoeoded, February 2. 
* In place of Finch, February 8. 

17 



194 KEMBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Saratoga — John Gibson, Staats Morris, Elisha Powell, Earl Stimson. 

Schenectady — Daniel L. Van Antwerp, Simon A. Yeeder. 

Schoha/rie — William C. Bouck, George H. Mann, Nathan P. Tyler. 

Seneca — Myndert M. Dox,* John Sutton, William Thompson. 

Suffolk — Charles H. Havens, Nathaniel Miller, John P. Osbom. 

Smlvcan and Ulster — William Doll, Levi Jansen, Samuel Smith, 
Dayid Staples. 

Tioga — Gamaliel H. Barstow. 

Tompkins — Samuel Crittenden, John Sutton. 

Washington and Wa/rren — Duncan Cameron, Jason Kellogg, Alex- 
ander Livingston, John McLean, Jr., Isaac Sargent. 

Westchester — William Barker, Benjamin Isaacs, William Bequa. 

Forty-Second Session — 1819. 

Began January 5 ; ended April 13, 1819. 

SpeaJcer-^OhXmKB. GERMAN, of Chenango. 
Clerk — Aaron Clark. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Caleh Benjamin. 
Door-Keeper — Benjamin Whipple. 

Albany — William A. Duer, William D. Houghtaling, Cornelias H. 
Waldron, John Van Ness Yates. 

Allegany and Sievben — John Dow, James McCall. 

Broome — Chester Patterson. 

Oa/yuga — William Allen, Elijah Devoe, Henry Polhemns. 

Chauiauq'ue^ Cattaraugus and Niagara — Philo Orton, Isaac Phelps. 

Chenango — Ohadiah German. Thomas Humphrey, Ebenezer Wakley. 

Clinton and Franklin — Ebenezer Brownson. 

Coiumhia — Henry Livingston, Jonathan Lapham, Barent Van Buren, 
Jacob Rutsen Van Rensselaer. 

Cortland — Joseph Reynolds. 

Delaware — James Ells, Erastus Root 

Dutchess — John Beadle, James Ketchum, Thomas J. Oakley, Jesse 
Thompson, David Tomlinson. 

Bssex — John Hoffnagle. 

Genesee — Gilbert Howell, Abraham Matteson, Isaac Sutherland. 

Greene — James G. Foster,* Isaac Van Loan. 

Herkimer — Jonas Cleland, Nichol Fosdick, Henry Groe. 

Jefferson — George Brown, Jr., John Cowles. 

Kings — Tunis Schenck. 

Lewis — Levi Bobbins. 

Madison — Solomon Beebe, Thomas Greenly, Dennis Palmer. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — Robert Hall, Jacob Hees, Aanm Earing, 
Samuel Jackson, Duncan McMartin, Jr. 

New 'York — Clarkson Crolius, Alexander Hamilton, Richard Hatfield, 
Cornelius Heeney, Robert R. Hunter, John T. Irving, John I. Morgan, 
Samuel B. Romaine, Peter Sharp, Michael Ulshoefier, Samuel WaUunfl. 

Oneida and Oswego — Ezekiel Bacon, Luther Guiteau, David P. Hojt, 
George Huntington, Theor WoodrufiTe. 

> BiMted. but not admitted to hU Mat See Aaiembly Journal, 181 8* pefM H M^ 1H 

1^644,668. 
• Qpatwted bj Piatt Adama, who withdrew bis daim. 



HEMBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 195 

« 

OnondcLga^^ Kenry Case, Elisha Litchfield, Dayid Manro, Nathan 
Williams. 

OiUarib— William Billingrhurst, Bryam Green, Eli Hill, William Mc- 
Cartney, Eiyah Spencer, John A. Stephens, Asahel Warner. 

Orange — John Blake, Nathaniel P. Hill, Hezekiah Moflkt, Andrew 
Wilson. 

Otsego — John Blakely, Seth Chase, Caleb Eldred, Thomas Howes, 
William Nichols. 

Puinctm — Hart Weed. 

Queens — Stephen Carman, John A. King, Daniel Eissam. 

Rensselaer — George R. Davis, Andrew Finch, Henry Piatt, Daniel 
Simmons, Stephen Warren. 

Richmond — Harmanus Guy on. 

Rockland — Abraham Gumee. 

8t. Laterence — Joseph York. 

Saratoga — Abner Carpenter, William Hamilton, Joel Keeler, John 
Rogers, Jr. 

Schenectady — James Frost, Simon A. Groot. 

Schoharie — Aaron Hubbard, Jedediah Miller, Peter Swart, Jr. 

Seneca — William Thompson, Annanias Wells. 

Suffolk — Isaac Conklin, John P. Osborn, Daniel Youngs. 

Sullivan and Ulster — Daniel Clark, John Crispell, Joseph Deyo, 
Elisha Ostrander. 

Tioga — Henry Wells. 

Tompkins — Samuel Crittenden, John Sutton. 

Washington and Warren — William E. Adams, John Doty, Norman 
Fox, John Gale, William McFarland. 

Westchester — William Barker, James Guyon, William Requa. 

Forty-Third Session — 1820. 

Began January 4; ended April 14, 1820. 

Speaker— JOHN C. SPENCER, of Ontario. 
Clerk — Aaron Clark. 
Door-Keeper — Henry Bates. 

A\ba7vy — Asa Colvard, James McKown, Peter S. Schuyler, Stephen 
Willes. 

AUegany a/nd Steuben — Clark Crandall, John Dow. 

Broome — Chester Patterson. 

Cayuga — William Allen, Samuel Dill, John Haring. 

Cattaraugus, Chautauque and Niagara — Elial T. Foote, Oliver 
Forward. 

Chenango — Samuel Campbell, Thomas Humphrey, Samuel A. Smith. 

Clinton and Franklin — Piatt Ncwcomb. 

CuAvmbia — Thomas Brodhead, Azariah Pratt, John I. Van Yalken- 
bnrgh, Elisha Williams. 

Ckiriland — John Miller. 

Ddaware — Peter Pine, Erastus Root. 

. Dutchesz — Abraham Bockee, Jacob Doughty, Matthew Mesier, 
Thomas J. Oakley, John W. Wheeler. 

Essex — John Hotfnagle. 

Oenesee — Fitch Chipman, Gideon T. Jenkins, Robert McKay. 

Greene — AbUah Reed, Perez Steele. 



196 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Serkimer — Philo M. Hackley, Jacob Markell, James Orton. 

Jejferson — Calvin McEnight, Hiram Steele. 

Kings — Tunis Sclienck. 

Lewis — Nathaniel Merriam. 

Madison — Amos Crocker, Eliphalet S. Jackson, Levi Morton. 

Montgomery and HamHion — Henry I. Diefendoi-ff, Hemry Fonda, John 
T. Francisco, Lawrence Gros, Jacob Hees. 

New -York — Clarkson Crolius, Jacob Drake, Richard Hatfield, Cor- 
nelias Heeney, Robert R. Hmiter, John T. Irving, Reuben Munson, 
Samuel B. Romaine, Peter Sharpe, Michael Ulshoeffer, Samuel Watkins. 

Oneida and Oswego — James Dean, Jr., George Huntington, Henry 
McNeil, Theophilus S. Morgan, John Storrs. 

Onondaga' — Jonas Earll, Jr., Henry Field, Henry Seymour, Lewis 
Smith. 

Ontario — Valentine Brother, Bryam Green, John Price, John C» 
Spencer, Elisha B. Strong, John Van Fossen, Matthew Warner. 

Orange — James Finch, Jr., Nathaniel P. Hill, Selah Tuthill, Abra- 
ham Vail. 

Otsego — Samuel Cad well, Seth Chase, Willard Coye, James Hawks, 
Henry Ogden. 

Putnam — David Knap. 

Queens — William Jones, John A. King, Thomas Tredwell. 

Rensselaer — John Babcockj David Doolittle, William C. Elmore, 
George Tibbits, Ebenezer W. Walbridge. 

Richmond — Harman us G uyon . 

RocMatid — Samuel G. Verbryck. 

St. Lawrence — Joseph York. 

Saratoga — Billy J. Clark, Jonathan Delano, Jr., Abraham Moo, 
Elisha Powell. 

Schenectady — Christian Haverly, Marinus Willet. 

Schoha/rie — Heman Hickock, Jcdediah Miller, Peter Swart, Jr. 

Seneca — Thomas Armstrong, Robert S. Rose. 

Suffolk — Ebenezer W. Case, Charles H. Havens, Abraham Parsons. 

SvUivan and Ulster — Joseph Deyo, Isaac Elting, Charles H. Rug- 
gles, Jacob Snyder. 

IHoga — Judison Jennings. 

Tompkins — Herman Camp, Joshua Philips. 

Washington and Warren — David Austin, Peleg Bragg, Norman Fox, 
James Hill, John Kirtland. 

Westchester — James Guyon, Abraham Miller, William Nelson. 

Forty-Fourth Session — 1820-1. 

First meeting began November 1 ; ended November 21, 1820 
Second meeting began January 9 ; ended April 3, 1821. 

Speaker— TETEK SHARPE, of New-York. 
Clerk — DiRCK L. Vanderheydisn. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Heniy Freyer. 
Door-Keeper — Henry Bates. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — Willard Smith. 

An>any — Gerrit Hogan, James McEown, Moses Smith. Stoplien 
Willes. 
AUegany and Steuben — Clark Orandall, John Dow. 
Mroome — Chester Patterson. 



MBMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 197 

(hyuga — John Earing, Charles Kellogg, Henry Polhemus. 

(kUtarauguSf ChauUauque and Niagara — William Hotchkiss, Jediah 
Prendergast. 

Chenango — William Mason, Edmund G. Perlee, John Tracy. 

Clinton and Franklin — Piatt Newcomb. 

ColwaiJbia — John Bryan, James Vanderpoel, Elisha Williams, Isaac B. 
Williams. 

Cortland — John Osborn. 

DdoMOAre — John H. Gregory, Erastus Root. 

DiUekess — Albro Akin, Benjamin H. Conklin, Coert Dubois, Israel 
Harris, Joseph I. Jackson. 

Essex — Ebenezer Douglass. 

Genesee — Fitch Chipman, Jesse Hawley, Samuel M. Hopkins. 

Greene — Piatt Adams, Aaron Reed. 

Herkimer — Simeon Ford, Thomas Manley, David Van Home. 

Jefferson — Richard Goodell, Amos Stebbins. 

Kings — Jeremiah Lott. 

Lewis — Stephen Hart. 

Madison — William Berry, Jr., Justin Dwinell, Herman Van Vleck. 

Montgomery — David W. Caudee, Henry Failing, Howland Fish, Lawrence 
Gross, Archibald Mclntyre. 

New -York — Clarkson Crolius, William A. Davis, Richai*d Hatfield, 
Cornelias Heeney, Robert R. Hunter, Reuben Munson, Samuel B. Romaine, 
Peter Sharpe, John Swartwout, Michael Ulshoeflfer, Gulian C. Verplanck. 

Oneida and Oswego — Josiah Bacon, Allen Fraser, George Huntington, 
Joseph Kirkland, William Root. 

Onondaga — Jonathan Denning^ Jonas Earll, George Pettit, Lewis Smith. 

Ontario — Claudius V. Boughton, William Cornwell, Oliver Culver, 
Truman Hart, Myron Holley, John C. Spencer, William H. Spencer. 

Orange — Charles Borland, Jr., James Burt, John Hallock, Jr., Benja- 
min Woodward. 

Otsego — Joshua Babcock, John Blakely, Caleb Eldred, Stukeley 
Elsworth, David Trip. 

Pv/itom — Elisha Brown. 

Queens — John D. Hicks, John A. King, Benjamin T. Kissam. 

Rensselaer — William C. Barber, Richard P. Hart, William B. Slocum, 
Calvin Thompson, John Van Alstyne. 

Richmond — Samuel Barton. 

RocMand — Abraham Gumce. 

8t. Lawrence — Joseph York. 

Saratoga — Herman Gansvoort, John House, Zebulon Mott, John 
Rogers. 

Schenectady — Richard McMichael, Gterrit S. Veeder. 

Schoharie — Barnabas Eldredge, Abraham Keyser, Jr., Freegift PatchiD. 

Seneca — Robert S. Rose, William Thompson. 

Suffolk — Isaac Conklin, John B. Osborn, John M. Williamson. 

SuUivan and Ulster — Coenrad Bevier, William G. Gillespie, Wells 
Lake, Jacob Snyder. 

Tioga — Samuel Lawrence. 

Ibmpkins — Samuel Crittenden, Peter Eager. 

Washington and Warren — Wads worth Bull, James Mallory, John 
Hoss, William Richards, James L. Thurman. 

Westchester — James Guyon, Abraham Miller, William Nel8<nL 

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198 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Forty-Fifth Session — 1 822. 

Began January 1 ; ended April 1*7, 1822. 

Speaker— S/iMUEL B. BOMATNE, of New- York. 
Clerk — Edward Livingston. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Henry Freyer. 
Door-Keeper — Jame3 Myers. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — William Campbell. 

Albany — James McKown, William McKown, Volkert D. Oothoadt, 
John P. Shear. 

Allegany and Steuben — Amos Peabody, Grattan H. Wheeler. 

Broome — Chauucey Hyde. 

Cayuga — Samuel Dill, Charles Kellogg, Ephraim Marsh. 

CattarauguSy Chautauque, Niagara atid Erie — Thomas B. Campbell, 
David Eason. 

Chenango — William Mason, Edmund G. Perlee, John Tracy. 

Clinton and Franklin — Abijah North. 

Cdumhia — Philip P. Clum, Elisha Gilbert, Jr., George T. Snyder, 
Augustus Tremain. 

Cortland — Daniel Sherwood. 

Delaware — Benjamm Benedict, Asa Grant. 

Dutchess — John Cox, Daniel Northrup, Philo Buggies, BcDJamin Sher- 
man, George Vanderburgh. 

Essex — Isaac F inch . 

Genesee — Robert Anderson, Benedict Brooks, Samuel McWhorter. 

Oreene — James Powers, Jacob Roggen. 

Herkimer — Christopher P. Bellinger, Simeon Ford, Robert Shoemaker. 

Jefferson — George Andrus, John B. Esselstyn. 

Kings — Jeremiah Lott. 

Lewis — Chester Buck. 

Livingston — George Smith. 

Madison — Pardon Barnard, Henry Clark, Jr., Justin Dwinell. 

Montgomery — John W. Cady, Nicholas Gros, James Mclntyre, Henry 
Valentine, Joshua Webster. 

New-York — Philip Brasher, George Buckmaster, Clarkson Crolioii, 
Junius H. Hatch, Cornelius Heeuey, Jeromus Johnson, John Moras, 
Reuben Munsou, Samuel B. Romaine, Michael Ulshoeffer, Gulian C. 
Verplanck. 

Oneida and Oswego — Green C. Bronson, Samuel Chandler, George 
Huntington, Peter Pratt, Israel Stoddard. 

Onondaga — Josephus Barker, Silvester Gardner, James Geddes, David 
Munro. 

Ontario — Birdseye Brooks, Bryam Green, Isaac Marsh, Aaron Bemen, 
David White. 

Orange — James Burt, Egbert Jansen, Joseph McLaughlin, Abraliam 
Bbnltz. 

Otsego — John Blakeley, Calvin Brookins, George Fenno, Joseph Mmn- 
ford, Artemas Sheldon. 

Futnam, — Edward Smith. 

Queens — William Jones, Timothy Nostiand, Thomas Tredwell. 

Rensseilaer — Daniel Gray, James Jones, Harper Rogers, Levi KamBBf^ 
Gardner Tracy. 

Riehmond — Samnel Barton. 

Boekiand — Oonielins Blauvelt. 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 199 

&, Lawrence — William H. Vining. 

Saratoga — Thomas Coliamer, Conrad Cramer, John Qilchrist, John 
Prior. 

Schenectady — John F. D. Vedder, James Walker. 

Schoharie — Abraham Keyser, Jr., Freegift Patchin, Harvey Watson. 

Seneca — James Dickson, John Maynard. 

Suffolk — Hugh Halsey, Tredwell Scudder, John M. Williamson. 

SuUivanand Ulster — John Brodhead, Jr., Charles Bruyn, Jacob I. 
Hasbrouck, William A. Stokes. 

Tioga — Jared Patchin. 

Ttmipkins — Samuel Crittenden, Peter Hager 2d. 

Washington and Warren — John Baker, Duncan Cameron, Silas D. 
Kellogg, William McDonald, James Teflt. 

Westchester — Joseph Hunt, Thomas Smith, Enoch Thompson. 

FoETY-SixTH Session — 1823. 

Began January 1 ; ended April 24, 1823. 

Speaker —V^TER R. LIVINGSTON, of Dutchess. 
Clerk — Edward Livingston. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Henry Freyer. 
Door-Keeper — James Myers. 
Assistant Door- Keeper — Richard Ten Broeck. 

Albany — Abraham Brooks, Jesse Buel, Abraham Rosecrantz. 

AUegany^^Z9imQ% McCall. 

Broome — Jonathan Lewis. 

Cattaraugus — Stephen Crosby. 

Cayuga — Josiah Bevier, Elijah Drake, John Jakway, John O'Hara. 

Chautauque — James Mullett, Jr. 

Chenango — Silas Holmes, Austin Hyde, Stephen Stillwcll. 

Clinton — Azariah C. Flagg. 

Columbia — Abraham P. Holdridge, Stephen Storm, John Van Deusen. 

CoHLand — John Gillet, Daniel Sherwood. 

Ddaufci/re — Asa Grant, Samuel Rexford. 

Dutchess — Wheeler Gilbert, Prince Hoag, Peter R. Livingston, Samuel 
M. Thurston. 

Erie — Ebonezer F. Norton. 

Essex — Asa Adgate. 

FrankUn — William Hogan. 

Genesee — Apollos P. Auger, William Bristol, Josiah Churchill, Otis 
Turner. 

Oreene — Reuben Hosford, William Seaman. 

Herkimer — Abijah Beck with, John Dyget, Henry Tillinghast. 

Jefferson — Walter Cole, Richard Godoll, Convers Johnson. 

Kings — William Conselyea, Jr. 

Lewis — Abner W. Spencer. 

Livingston — William Janes, Matthew Warner. 

MadMon — Rutherford Barker, Daniel M. Gillet, Curtis Hoppin. 

Mon/roe — John Bowman, Samuel B. Bradley, Simon Stone 2d. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — George D. Ferguson, Alvin Harris, Chris- 
tian Klock, Joseph Spier. 

New 'York — Philip Brasher, John L. Broojne, Samuel S. Gardiner, 
Jesse Hoyt, Thomas Hyatt, Gideon Lee, John Morss, John Rathbone, Jr., 
William A. Thompson, Gulian C. Verplanck. 



200 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Niaga/ra — Benjamin Barlow, Jr. 

Oneida — Uri Doolittle, Thomas H. Hamilton, James Lynch, Henry 
Wager, Samuel Wetmore. 

Onondaga — Timothy Barber, Victory Birdseye, Samuel L. Edwards, 
Harold White. 

Ontario — Birdseye Brooks, Richard Hogarth, Jacob Leach, Aaron 
Remer, Ira Selby, Philetus Swift. 

Orange — David Christie, William Finn, Isaac Van Duzer, Samuel Webb. 

Oswego — Theophilus S. Morgan. 

Otsego — William Hall, Isaac Hayes, Samuel M. Ingals, William Utter. 

Putnam — William Watts. 

Queens — John D. Hicks, Benjamin T. Kissam. 

Rensselaer — Joseph Case, Gilbert Eddy, Chester Griswold, Stephen 
Warren. 

Richmond — Isaac R. Housman. 

Rockland — John I. Suffern. 

Saratoga — Samuel Balding, Valentine Campbell, John Pettit. 

Schenectady — Peter H. Brooks. 

Schoharie — William Dietz, Peter W. Snyder. 

Seneca — Jonas Seely, Annauias Wells. 

>S^. Lawrence — Nathaniel F. Winslow. 

Steuben — George McClurej William Woods. 

Suffolk — Joshua Fleet, Samuel Strong. 

Sullivan — John Lindslcy. 

Tioga — Matthew Carpenter, Benjamin Jennings. 

Tompkins — Jacob Conrad, Peter Hager 2d. 

Ulster — John Jansen, Wells Lake, Solomon Shaler. 

Warren — William McDonald. 

Washington — Timothy Eddy, John King, Martin Lee, James Mo> 
Naughton. 

Wesichesier — Nehemiah Brown, Jr., St. John Constant, Thomas Smith. 

Forty-Seventh Session — 1824. 

First meeting began January 6; ended April 12, 1824. 
Second meeting began August 2 ; ended August 6, 1824. 
Third meeting began November 2 ; ended November 27, 1824. 

-S^peoAw— RICHARD GOODBLL, of JeflTerson. 
Clerk — Edward Livingston. 
Sergcant-at-Arm^ — James D. Wasson. 
Door- Keeper — James Myers. 
Assistant Dow-Keeper — William Seely. 

AThany — Archibald Stephens, John Stilwell, Jesse Wood. 
Allegany — Lazarus S. Rathbun. 
Broome — Thomas G. Waterman. 
Catta/raugus — Phinehas Spencer. 

Cayuga — Josiah Bevier, Silas Bowker, Augustus F. Ferris, Aiabel 
Fitch. 

Chauiauque — James Mullett, Jr. 

Chenango — John F. Hubbard, John Latham, Daniel Root. 

Clinton — Azariah C. Flags. 

Columbia — Thomas Bay, John King, Joseph D. Monell. 

Cbrtiafki— William Barto, Jr., Matthias Cook. 



MEMBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 201 

Ddawa/re —James Ells, Peter Pine. 

Dviehess — John Klapp, Alfi^ S. Pell, James Tallmadge, Gilbert 
Thome. 

Erie — Samuel ' Wilkeson. 

Essex — Isaac Finch. 

FranJdin — George B. R. Gove. 

Genesee — Shnbeal Dunham, Oran Follett, James Ganson, Horace S. 
Turner. 

Oreene — Caleb CoflSn, Edward Daley. 

Herhvmer — Christopher P. Bellinger, Caleb Budlong, John Graves. 

Jejferson — Richard Goodell, John Howe, John Stewart. 

Kings — William Furman. 

Lewis — Caleb Lyon. 

Lifdngston — George Hosmer, George Smith. 

Madison — Joseph Clark, Edward Hudson, Thomas Spencer. 

Monroe — Peter Price, Major H. Smith, Enos Stone. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — Henry Cunningham, Peter Fox, Peter 
Smith, Francis H. Van Beuren. 

New -York — James Benedict, Clarkson Crolius, Jacob Drake, Samuel 
S. Gardiner, Thomas Hyatt, John Morss, Isaac Pierson, David Seaman, 
Charles Town, Henry Wheaton. 

Niagara — Daniel Washburn. 

Oneida — Joseph Allen, Apollos Cooper, Joseph Grant, John Ruger, 
Henry Wager. 

Onondaga — Timothy Barber, Samuel L. Edwards, George Pettit, 
Matthew Van Vleck. 

Ontario — Daniel Ashley, Gideon Pitts, Bowen Whiting. 

Orange — Benjamin Dunning, James Finch, Jr., Leonard Smith, Samuel 
J. Wilkin. 

Oswego — Hastings Curtiss. 

Otsego — John Blakely, Samuel Russell, David Smith, George W. 
Stillman. 

Putnam — Stephen C. Bamum. 

Queens — William Jones, Thomas Tredwell. 

Rensselaer — Caleb Carr, Henry Dubois, Martin Van Alstyne, Stephen 
Warren. 

Richmond — Henry Ferine. 

RockUmd — Peter S. Van Orden. 

St. Lawrence — Nathaniel F. Winslow. 

Saratoga — Isaac Gere, James McCrea, Jeremy Rockwell. 

Schenectady — Isaac Riggs. 

Schoharie — Marvin Judd, John Stryker. 

Seneca — Jonas Seely, Erastus Wood worth. 

Steuben — George McClure, G rattan H. Wheeler. 

Suffolk — Hugh Halsey, Josiah Smith. 

SuUivan — Peter Miller. 

Tioga — Grant B. Baldwin, Gamaliel H. Barstow. 

Tompkins — Peter Hager 2d, NicoU Halsey. 

Ulster — James C. De Witt, Joseph Jansen, John C. Tillotson. 

Wa/rren — Dudley Farlin. 

Washington — David Campbell, John Crary, Silas D. Kellogg, Ezra 
Smith. 

Wayne — James Dickson, Russell Whipple. 

Wekehester — Nehemiah Brown, Jr., Benjamin Ferris, Niles Frost. 

Yates — Aaron Remer. 



202 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Forty-Eighth Session — 1825. 

Began January 4 ; ended April 21, 1825. 

Speaker -^CLARKSON CROLIUS, of New-York. 
Clerk — Horatio Merchant. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Daniel Shields. 
Door-Keeper — Chester Stebbins. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — Conrad Moore. 

Albany — George Batterman, Samuel S. Lush, Stephen Willes. 

Allegany — Lazarus S. Rathbun. 

Broome — Briant Stoddard. 

Cattaraugus — Dauiel Hodges. 

Ccuyuga — Elijah Devoe, Roswell Enos, John W. Hulburt, EphraimC. 
Marsh. 

Clmuiauque — Nathan Mixer. 

Chenango — Russell Case, Charles Medberry, Robert Monell. 

Clinton — Josiah Fisk. 

Columbia — Ambrose L. Jordan, Joseph Lord, Eillian Miller. 

Cortland — James Chatterton, Josiah Hart.* 

Delaware — Jabez Bostwick, Harman I. Quackenboss. 

Dutchess — John Armstrong, Jr., Eli Augerine, Enos Hopkins. 

Erie — Calvin Fillmore. 

Essex — William Smith. 

Franklin — Asa Hascall. 

Oenesee — Jeremiah Brown, Fitch Chipman, Shubeal Dunham, QaiosB. 
Rich. 

Oreene — Gilbert Bedell, Alvin Bushnell. 

Herkimer — Samuel Dexter, Jr., Warner Folts, Jacob Wire. 

Jefferson — John B. Esselstyn, Richard Goodell, George White. 

Kings — William Furman. 

Leuns — Amos Buck, Jr. 

Livingston — James Faulkner, Robert McKay. 

Madison — Elias P. Benjamin, Nehemiah Huntington, James Nye- 

Monroe — Gustavus Clark, Henry Fellows, Thurlow Weed. 

Montgomery and ffamiUon-^B-eary Cunningham, Samuel Jackson, Alex- 
ander St. John, Peter Smith. 

New -York — James Benedict, Gilbert Coutant, Clarkson Crolius, Maltby 
Gelston, Samuel L. Gouverneur, John Morss, Jonathan E. Robinson, David 
Seaman, Ira B. Wheeler, George Zabriskie. 

Niaga/ra — Daniel Washburn. 

Oneida — Joseph Eirkland, David Picrson, Israel Stoddard, Broughton 
White, Samuel Wood worth. 

Onondaga — Erastus Barber, Moses Einne, James R. Lawrence, Jamet 
Pettit. 

Ontario — Claudius V. Boughton, Gideon Pitts, Bowen Whiting. 

Orange — William Finn, Nathaniel P. Hill, Joseph McLaughlin, Samuel 
J. Wilkin. 

Oswego — Chester Hayden. 

Otsego — Henry Barber, Isaac Hayes, Oliver Jadd, John Woodbory. 

Putnam, — David Enapp. 

Queens — William Jones, Thomas Tredwell. 

> Contested by Jsbei B. Phelpi. 



MEMBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 203 

Rensselaer — John Carpenter, Jacob C. Lansing, Fenner Palmer, Jacob 
O. Yanderheyden. 

Biehmond — Harmanus GkirretsoD. 

Rockland — Abraham Gumee. 

8i. Lawrence — Jacob A. Vanden Heuvel.* 

Saraioga — Nicholas B. Doe, Alpheus Goodrich, Philip Schuyler. 

Scheneciady — John S. Vrooman. 

8choha/rie — Joseph I. Borst, Freeman Stanton. 

Seneca — James De Mott, Daniel Khoad. 

Steuben — John Kennedy, James McBurtiev. 

Suffolk — David Hedges, Jr., Joshua Smith. 

Sullivan — John Hall, Jr. 

Tioga — Charles Pumpelly, Samuel Winton. 

Tompkins — Joshua North, Jared Patchin. 

UVder — James Cockburn, Jacobus Hardenburgh, Jacob J. Hasbrouck. 

Wa/rren — William Cook. 

Washington — David Campbell, Lemuel Hastings, Ezra Smith Samael 
Stevens. ^ 

Wayne — William H. Adams, Enoch Morse. 

Westchester — Jeremiah Anderson, Thaddeus Crane, Joseph Scofield. 

Totes — Philip Bobinson. 

Forty-Ninth Session — 1 826. 

Began January 3 ; ended April 18, 1826. 

iSipgaAw-- SAMUEL YOUNG, of Saratoga. 
Clerk — Edward Livingston. 
Sergeant-ai-Arms — Chester Griswold. 
Door-Keeper — William Seely. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — James D. Scollard. 

Albany — Samuel S. Lush, Andrew Ten Eyck, Malachi Whipple. 

AUegany — George Williams. 

Broome — Peter Robinson. 

CaHa/raugus — James McGlashan. 

CoAfuga — Eleazer Burnham, Aaron Dennis, Thatcher L Ferris, Camp- 
bell, Waldo. 

Chautauque — Elial T. Foote. 

Chenango — John C. Clark,' Tilly Lynde,' Robert Monell, John Tracy. 

C Union — Josiah Fisk. 

Coiumbia — Jonathan Hill, Adam I. Strevel, Aaron Yanderpoel. 

Cortland — Augustus Donnelly, John Lynde. 

Delaware — Erastus Root, William Townsend. 

Dutchess — Isaac R. Adriancc, Daniel D. Akin, Martin Lawrence, 
Thomas Tabor 2d. 

Rrie — Reuben B. Babcock. 

Essex — William Smith. 

^ankUn — Asa Hascall. 

Genesee — Josiah Churchill, David Scott, Phinhcas Stanton. 

Chreene — Addison Porter, Williams Seaman. 

Herkiiner — Jonas Cleland, Nicholas Schuyler, Jr., Edmund Vamey. 

1 Caianged bj act of Febraary 8, 1882, to Van BeuwL 
> OontMtod by Tilly Lynde, who succeeded, Jaanary 5. 
* Ib piMt or Olni, January % 18Sa. 



204 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Jefferson, — David W. Bucklin, Horatio Orvis, Daniel Wardwell. 

Kings — William Furman. 

Lewis — Amos Miller. 

Livingston — James Faulkner, William H. Spencer. 

Madison — Thomas Dibble, Nehemiah Huntington, Jacob Ten Eyck. 

Monroe — Henry Fellows, Isaac Lacy, Vincent Matthews. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — Augustus Diefendorff, John French, Alex- 
ander Sheldon, Abraham A. Van Home. 

New- York — Stephen Allen, Philip Brasher, Francis Cooper, Maltby 
Gtelston, James Hall, Elisha W. King, Isaac Minard, Jonathan E. Robin- 
son, Alpheus Sherman, William A. Thompson. 

Niagara — William King. 

Oneida — Aaron Barnes, Russell Clark, Laurens Hull, Theodore Sill, 
Israel Stoddard. 

Onondaga — Chauncey Betts, John G. Forbes, Freeborn G. Jewetfc, 
David Willard. 

Ontario — Claudius V. Boughton, Francis Granger, Gideon Pitts. 

Orange — Ogden Hoffman, Hudson McFarlan, Abraham Scholtz, Ben- 
jamin Woodward. 

Orleans — Lathrop A. G. B. Grant. 

Oswego — Henry Williams. 

Otsego — Levi Beardsley, William Fitch, Isaac Hayes, David Tripp. 

Putnam — Henry B. Cowles. 

Queens — William Jones, Thomas Tredwell. 

Rensselaer — t Robert Collins, Augustus Filley, John F. Groesbeck, Wil- 
liam Pierce. 

Richmond — ( No election. ) 

Rockland — Abraham Gumee. 

^i^. Lawrence — Baron S. Doty. 

Saratoga — David Benedict, Thomas Dibble, Samuel Toung. 

Schenectady — Robert Sanders. 

Sclioharie — Robert Eldredge, Martinus Mattice. 

Seneca — Benjamin Hendricks, Daniel Scott. 

Steuben — Daniel Cruger, Grattan H. Wheeler. 

Suffolk — Usher H. Moore, John M. Williamson. 

Sullivan — Thomas Crary. 

Tioga — Isaac Baldwin, Anson Camp. 

Tompkvns — Nathan Benson, David Woodcock. 

Ulster — Charles Bryan, James T. Elmore, John Lounsberry. 

Warren — Norman Fox. 

Wc^hdngton — Hiram Cole, James Stevenson, Israel Willianui, David 
Woods. 

Wayne — Ambrose Hall, John L. Kip. 

Westchester — Joseph Scofield, John H. Smith, James Wiley. 

YcUes — Avery Smith. 

Fiftieth Session — 1827. 

First meeting began January 2; ended April 17, 1827. 
Second meeting began September 1 1 ; ended December 4, IBil* 

Speaker^ERABTVS ROOT, of Delaware. 

Clerk — Edward Livingston. 

Sergeani-ai^ArmM — John 0. Ellis. --^-r' 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 206 

Door-Keeper — WillHun Seely. 

Assistant Door-Keeper — James D. ScoUard. 

Albany — Isaac Hamilton, John Haswell, Henry Stone. 

Allegany — Asa Lee Davidson. 

Broome — Peter Robinson. 

Cattaraiigus — John A. Bryan. 

Cayuga — James Kenyon, Gardner Eortright, Andrews Preston, 
Peter Yawgcr. 

Chautauque — Samuel A. Brown, Elial T. Foote. 

Chenango — James Birdsall, Joseph Juliaud, Augustus C. Welch. 

Clinton — Bela Edgerton. 

Cdlvmibia — Jacob P. Mesick, Isaac Mills, Simon Rockefeller. 

Cortland — Cephas Oomstock, Nathan Dayton. 

Dela/ware — Erastus Root, John Thompson. 

Dutchess — Egbert Gary, Jacob C. Elmendorf, Samuel B. Halsey, 
Henry A. Livingston. 

Ene — David Burt, Oziel Smith. 

Essex — John Hoffnagle. 

FranMin — James Campbell. 

Genesee — Josiah Churchill, Shubeal Dunham, John B. Skinner. 

Oreene — Perkins King, William Tuttle. 

Herkimer — Frederick P. Bellinger, Daniel C. Henderson, Richard 
Smith 2d. 

Jefferson — David W. Bucklin, Alpheus S. Greene, Daniel Wardwell. 

^ngs — Clarence D. Sackett. 

Lewis — John W. Martin. 

Livingston — William H. Spencer, Felix Tracy. 

Madison — Sylvester Beecher, James B. Eldredge, Lemuel White. 

Monroe — Peter Price, Abelard Reynolds, Joseph Sibley. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — Rowland Fish, Lawrence Gros, Nathaniel 
Westcott. 

New-Y&rk — Philip Brasher, Abraham Cargill, Jonathan I. Codding- 
ton, Gilbert Conant, Isaac Minard, Joseph Piggot, Jonathan E. Rob- 
inson, Alpheus Sherman, Lemuel Smith, Thomas R. Smith, Charles 
Town. 

Niagara — John Gamsey. 

Onetda — John Billings, Winthrop H. Chandler, Bei^jamin P. Johnaon, 
John Parker, Theodore Sill. 

Onondaga — Chauucey Betts, Aaron Burt, Charles Jackson, Daniel 
Moseley. 

Ontario — Francis Granger, Lemuel Morse, Nathan Parke. 

Orange — William W. Crawford, William Ecker, Nathaniel Jones. 

Orleans — Abraham Cantine. 

Oswego — Orris Hart. 

Otsego — William Campbell, John Judson, Sherman Page, Samuel 
Starkweather. 

Putnam — Henry B. Cowles. 

Queens — Thomas Tredwell. 

Benssdaer — Jeremiah Dauchy, John Defreest, Jr., Reuben Halsled^ 
Henry Piatt. 

Richmond — Abraham Cole. 

Bockland — Levi Sherwood. 

8t. Lawrence — Baron S. Doty, Silvester Gilbert. 

Saratoga — Nicholas Emigh, Jr., Howel Gardnw, John CBlchriiL 

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206 MEHBBBS OF ASSBICBLT. 

Sehohwrie — Samael Baldwin, William Mann. 

Schenectady — Alonzo C. Paige. 

Seneca — Daniel Bhoadj Daniel Scott. 

Steuben — Paul C. Cook^ George McCIui'e. 

Suffolk — George L. Conklin, Samuel Strong. 

Sullwan — Hiram Bennett. 

Tioga — Gamaliel H. Bai-stow, David Williams. 

Tompkins — Nathan Benson, Benjamin Jennings, John Sayler. 

Ulster — Jasper Cropsey, Jacob Trumpbour. 

Warren — John Hay, Jr. 

Washington — John McDonald, Peter J. H. Myers, Samuel Steyeiu. 

Wayne — Thomas Armstrong, Jonathan Boynton. 

Westchester — John Fisher, Nathaniel Montross, Joseph Scofield. 

Yates — James C. Bobinson. 

FiFTTt-FiRST Session — 1828. 

First meeting began January 1 ; ended April 21, 1828. 
Second meeting began September 9; ended December 10, 
1828. 

Speaker-— ERABTTJB ROOT, of Delaware. 
Clerk — Francis Seger. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — John C. Ellis. 
Door-Keeper — William Seely. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — James D. Scollard. 

^T&any— Benjamin F. Butler, William N. Sill, David I. D. Yerplaock. 

AUegany — Azel Fitch. 

Broome — Peter Bobinson. 

CcUtaraugus — James McGlashan. 

Cayuga — Henry R. BrinckerhojOf, Gardner Eortright, William H. Noble, 
Philo Sperry. 

Chaviauque — Nathaniel Fenton, Nathan Mixer. 

Chenango — Tilly Lynde, Henry Mitchell, Robert Monell. 

Clinton — Bela Edgerton. 

Cciumbia^KMUm Miller, Abel S. Peters, Elisha Williams. 

CorHand — John L. Boyd, Nathan Dayton. 

Delaware — Edward Doyle, Erastus Root. 

Dutchess — Taber Belding, Francis A. Livingston, George W. Slocnm, 
Nathaniel P. Tallmadge. 

j&rie— David Burt, Peter B. Porter. 

Essex — Ezra C. Gross. 

Franklin — Luther Bradish. 

Oenesee — Dennis Blakeley, Trumbull Carey, John B. Skinner. 

^eetitf— Elisha Bishop, William Faulkner, Jr. 

Herkimer — David R. Carrier, Abijah Mann, Jr., John P. Snell. 

Jefferson — David W. Bucklin, Alpheus S. Greene, Daniel WardweD. 

Kings — Clarence D. Sackett. 

Lewis — George D. Ruggles. 

Lwingsion — Calvin H. Bryan, William Jones. 

Madison — Joseph Clark, John Knowles, Eri Richardson. 

Monroe — Timothy Childs, Ezra Sheldon, Jr., Francis Storm. 

Monigomery and ffamOton — Daniel F. Sacia, John 8. Yeedsr, NathinM 



MEMBEftS OF ASSEKBLT. 207 

I 

J^eicr- Fori;— William AlBnrtis, Baal Alley, Philip Brasher, Abraham 
Cargill, Isaac Dyckman, Robert Emmet, Ogden Ho£fman, Asa Hann, 
Bhivers Parker, Alpheus Sherman, Lemuel Smith. 

Jfiaga/ra — John Garnsey. 

Oneida — Gardiner Avery, Sidney Breese, Thomas E. Clarke, Bei\Ja- 
min P. Johnson, Eli Savage. 

Onondaga — Timothy Barber, David Baxter, Aaron Bart, Gideon Froth- 
ingham. 

Ontario — Heman Chapin, Francis Granger, Robert C. Nicholas. 

Orange — Nathaniel Jones, Peter Milliken, Daniel M. Westcott. 

Orleans — Lyman Bates. 

Oswego — Orris Hart. 

Otsego — Joseph Clyde, Horace Lathrop, Anmah Metcalf, Halsoy Spen- 
cer. 

Putnam — Henry B. Cowles. 

Queens — Thomas Tredwell. 

Rensselaer — Samuel S. Cheever, Alonzo G. Hammond, William Peirce, 
Joseph Wadsworth. 

Richmond — Abraham Cole. 

Rockland — Levi Sherwood. 

8t. Lawrence — Moses Rowley, Jabez Willes. 

Saratoga — Alpheus Goodrich, Thomas Howland, Eli M. Todd. 

Schoharie — Henry Devereaux, James Sweetman. 

Schenectady — Alonzo 0. Paige. 

Seneca — Andrew Glover, Erastus Woodworth. 

Reuben — Dogald Cameron,* William Woods. 

Suffolk — Abraham H. Gardiner, Tredwell Scudder. 

SutUican — Alpheus Dimmick. 

Tioga — William Maxwell, Jacob Swart wood. 

Tompkins — Amasa Dana, Samuel H. Dean, Josiah Hedden. 

Ulster — Thomas H. Jansen, Jacob I. Schoonmaker. 

Warren — Truman B. Hicks. 

Washington — Jonathan Mosher, Henry Thorn, Henry Whiteside. 

Wayne — Thomas Armstrong, Luther Fillmore. 

Wekchester — John Fisher, Nathaniel Montross, James Turk. 

Yates — Morns F. Shepherd. 

Fifty-Second Session — 1829. 

Began January 6 ; ended May 5, 1829. 

Speaker —^ETER ROBINSON, of Broome. 
Clerk — Francis Seger. 
Sergeant-ai-Arms — John C. Ellis. 
Door-Keeper — James D. Scollard. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — Alonzo Crosby. 

Albany — James D. Gardner, Moses Stanton, Chandler Starr. 
AUegany — Azel Fitch. 
Broome — Peter Robinson. 
CattaroMgus — Flavel Partridge. 

Cayuga — Henry R. Brinckerhoff, Ephraim Hammond, William H. 
Noble, Wing Taber. 

> Died,Maroh5,18S8. 



208 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Chautauque — Abner ELaseltiDe, Nathan Mixer. 

Chenango — Rtusell Ouse, Abel Chandler, Amos A. Franklin. 

Clinton — Bela Edgerton. 

Columbia — Abraham P. Holdridge, Henry W. Livingston, Peter Tan 
Beuren. 

Cortland — Alaiison Carley, Gideon Cnrtiss. 

Delaware — William S. McCrea, James G. Redfleld. 

Dutchess — Elijah Baker, Jr., Stoddard Judd, Stephen D. Van Wyck. 

Erie — David Burt, Millard Fillmore. 

Essex — Ezra C. Ghross. 

Franklin — Luther Bradish. 

Oenesee — Oalvin P. Bailey, John Hascall, John B. Skinner. 

Greene — Moses Austin, Castle Seeley. 

Herkimer — John B. Dygert, Abijah Mann, Jr., Cornelius Slough ter. 

Jefferson — Jere Carrier, Titus Ives Fleury Keith. 

Kings — John Wyckoff. 

Levfis — George D. Ruggles. 

Livingston — Philo C. Fuller, Titus Goodman, Jr. 

Madison — James B. Eldredge, William E. Fuller, John Williams. 

Monroe — John Ghirbutt, Heman Norton, Reuben Willey. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — Phinheas Randall, Joseph Spier, Peter 
Toung. 

jy^ir-ForX;-— William Al Burtis, Nathan T. Arnold, Jacob S. Bogert, 
Abraham Cargill, Aaron 0. Dayton, Jacob G. Dyckman, Charles L. Liv- 
ingston, Mordecai Myers, Thomas L. Smith, Peter S. Titus, John Van 
Beuren. 

Niaga/ra — John Gamsey. 

Oneida — Reuben Bacon, Benjamin P. Johnson, Eli Savage, Reuben 
Tower, Fortune C. White. 

Onondaga — Johnson Hall, Herman Jenkins, Samuel B. Mathews, Lewis 
Smith. 

Ontario — John Dickson, Mathew Hubbell, Robert C. Nicholas. 

Orange — Robert Fowler, Richard Graham, James Waugh. 

Orleans — George W. Fleming. 

Oswego — George H. Falley. 

Otsego — Peter Collier, William Hall, Seth Hubbard, Jr., George Mordl. 

Putnam — Thomas W. Tailor. 

Queens — Henry F. Jones. 

Rensselaer — Nathaniel Bamett, Jr., Martin Defreest, William P. Heer* 
mans, Henry Mallary. 

Richmond — John Vanderbilt. 

Rockland — George S.Allison. 

St. Lawrence — Jonah Sanford, Harvey D. Smith. 

Saratoga — Gilbert Waring, Calvin Wheeler, Joshua Mandevllle, 

Schenectady — Alonzo C. Paige. 

Schoharie — Valentine Efner, Peter Hynds. 

Seneca — Daniel W. Bostwick,* Septimus Evans,' Daniel Scott. 

Steuben — Randall Graves, Henry Phoenix. 

Suffolk — David Hedges, Jr., John M. Williamson. 

SuUivan — John Liudsley. 

Tioga — Caleb Baker, Samuel Baragar. 



* Suaoeeded Evans, Jannmrj S9, 1829. 

• Contested Uy Daniel W. Boctwick, wbo wm admitted January M^ 18M. 



MKMBKR8 OF ASSEMBLY. 209 

Ibmpkins — Amasa Dana, Samuel H. Dean, Jonathan B. Goaman. 

Ulster — Lodewyck Hornbeck, Abraham D^ Soper. 

Warren — William McDonald. 

Washington — John McDonald, Robert McNeil, Bichard SilL 

Wayne — Thomas Armstrong, Jonathan Boynton. 

Westchester — Aaron Brown, Lawrence Davenport, Abel Smith. 

Yates — Morris F. Sheppard. 



Fifty-Third Session — 1830. 

Began January 6 ; ended April 20, 1830. 

i^oA^r—ERASTUS ROOT, of Delaware. 
Clerk — Francis Seger. 
Sergeant-ai-Arms — James D. Scollard. 
Door-Keeper — Alonzo Crosby. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — Oliver Scovll. 

AWanf/ — Peter Gansevoort, Samuel S. Lush, Erastus Williama. 

AUegany — Daniel Ashley. 

Broome — Peter Robinson. 

Cattaraugus — Stephen Crosby. 

Cayuga — Ephraim Hammond, Solomon Love, William H. Noble, 
Richard L. Smith. 

Chautauqua — Abner Hazeltine, Squire White. 

Chenango — John Latham, Jarvis E. Pike, Charles Squires. 

Clinton — Heman Cady. 

Columbia — Jonathan Lapham, Aaron Yanderpoel, Oliver Wiswall. 

Cortland — Chauncey Keep, Henry Stephens. 

Ddawaa-e — Matthew Halcott, Erastus Root. 

Dutchess — James Hiighson, George P. Oakley, Jacob Van Ness, Philo 
M. Winchell. 

JKrw— Millard Fillmore, Edmund Hull 

-&««»— William Kirby. 

Franfdin — Luther Bradish. 

Genesee — Calvin P. Bailey, Timothy Fitch, Stephen Griswold. 

Oreene — Jonathan Miller, Harmon I. Quackenboss. 

Herkimer — Frederick P. Bellinger, Russel Hopkins, Abijah Mann, Jr. 

Jefferson — Curtis G. Brooks, Aaron Brown, Charles Orvis. 

Kings — Coe S. Downing. 

Lewis — Joseph 0. Mott. 

Livingston — Philo C. Fuller, Titus Goodman, Jr. 

Madison — William E. Fuller, William Manchester, John M. Messinger. 

Monroe — Ezra Sheldon, Jr., Joseph Randall, Thurlow Weed. 

Montgomery and Hampton — Thomas B. Banedict, Henry I. Diefen- 
dorf, Daniel Stewart. 

New 'York — Jacob S. Bogert, Abraham Cargill, George Ciirtia, 
Ebenezer Ford, Charles L. Livingston, Dennis McCarthy, Gideon Osiran- 
der, Silas M. Stilwell^^- Peter S. Titns, Gideon Tucker, John Van Benren. 

Niagara — Samuel De Yeaux. 

Oneida — Amon Oomstock, Jjinns Parker, Elisha Pettibone, Eli 
Savage, Ithai Thompson. 

Onondaga — Timothy Brown, Thomas I. Gilbert^ Johnson Hall, Bo- 
rastns Lawrence. 

Ontario — John Dickson, Francis Gnuiger, Robert 0. NIcholii* 

♦18 



210 MEUBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Oraoige — Abraham Gaddeback, Abraham M. Smith, Phinehas Tu thill. 

Orleans — John H. Tyler. 

Oswego — Hiram Hubbell. 

Otsego — William Baker, Archibald Dixson, Samuel M. Ingalls, Jesse 
Rose. 

Putnam — James Towner. 

Queens — Thomas Tredwell. 

Rensselaer — Abiel Buckman, George R. Davis, Ziba Hewett, Abra- 
ham C. Lansing. 

Richmond — John T. Harrison. 

Rockland — George S. Allison. 

Saratoga — Seth Perry, William Shepherd, Samuel Stewart. 

St. Lawrence — Jonah Sanford, Asa Sprague, Jr. 

Schenectady — Alonzo C. Paige. 

Schoharie — Abraham L. Lawyer, Charles WatsoD. 

Seneca — Samuel Blain, Septimus Evans. 

Steuben — Andrew B. Dickinson, Josiah Dunlop. 

Suffolk — Samuel Strong, Noah Toungs. 

Sullivan — Herman M. Hardenburgh. 

Tioga — John G. McDowell, Wright Dunham. 

Tompkins — Elijah Atwater Jonathan B. Gosman, Ebenezer Mack. 

Ulster — Green Miller, Matthew Oliver. 

Warren — Norman Fox. 

Washington — David Russell, David Sill, Robert Wilcox. 

Wayne — Luther Chapin, Seth Eddy. 

Westchester — Aaron Brown, Lawrence Davenport, Abel Smith. 

Yates — Morris F. Sheppard. 

Fifty-Fourth Session — 1831. 
Began January 4; ended April 26, 1831. 

^eaArer— GEORGE R. DAVIS, of Rensselaer. 
Clerk — Francis Seoer. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Pomeroy Jones. 
Door-Keeper — Alonzo Crosby. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — Oliver Scovil. 

Albany — Peter Gansevoort, Wheeler Watson, Peter W. Winne. 

Allegany — Daniel Ashley. 

Broome — Peter Robinson. 

Cattaraugus — Russell Hubbard. 

Cayuga^— 'Solomon Love, Ellas Manchester, George S. Tilford, Peter 
fawger. 

Chautauque — John Birdsall, Squire White. 

Chenango — Joseph Juliand, Jarvis E. Pike, Ira Wilcox. 

Clinton — John Walker. 

Columbia — John W. Edmonds, John S. Harris, Pliny Hadsoo. 

Cortland — Fredns Howard, Charles Richardson. 

Delaware — David P. Mapes, Peter Pine. 

DukhesB — Joel Benton, Samuel B. Halsey, William Hooker, John 
E. Townsend. 

J&i0— Millard Fillmore, Nathaniel Knight. 

JSmcx— Joseph S. Weed. 

IWrntim— Jamei B. Spencer. 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 211 

Oeneaee — Robert Earll, Jr., Stephen Oriswold, Charles Woodworth. 

Oreene — Lewis Benton, John I. Brandow. 

Herkimer — Atwater Cooke, Jr., Olmsted Hough, Nicholas Lawyer. 

Jefferwtm — Joseph C. Badd, Walter Cole, Fleary Keith. 

Kings — Coe S. Downing. 

Letois — Harrison Blodget. 

Livingston — Jedediah Horsford, James Pcrcival. 

Madison — Robert Henry, Stephen B. Hofi'man, John Whitman. 

Monroe — Samuel G. Andrews. Isaac Lacey, Peter Price. 

Montgomery and IlamHton — Josiah 0. Brown, Piatt Potter, William Rob. 

New -York — Jacob S. Bogert, Abraham Cargill, Nathaniel Jarvis, 
Charles L. Livingston, Dennis McCarthy, James Morgan, Mordecai 
Myers, Gideon Ostrander, Dudley Selden, Silas M. Stilwell, Isaac L. 
Varian. 

NicLgajra — Henry Norton. 

Oneida — Reuben Bettis, Amon Comstock, David Moulton, Riley 
Shcpard, John F. Trowbridge. 

Onondaga -—OiiE Bigelow, Thomas I. Gilbert, Elisha Litchfield, Jared 
H. Parker. 

Ontario — Thomas Ottley, Samuel Rawson, John C. Spencer. 

Orange— Edward Blake, Robert Fowler, James Hulse. 

Or?«ifM— John H. Tyler. 

Oswego — Joel Turrill. 

Otsego — Henry Clark, Peter Collier, Schuyler Crippen, Eben B. 
Morehouse. 

Putnam — Bennet Boyd. 

Queens — Thomas Tredwell. 

Rensselaer — George R. Davis, Chester Griswold, Martin Springer, 
Aaron Worthington. 

Richmond — John T. Harrison. 

Rockland — John J. Eckerson. 

Saraioga — Howell Gardner, John Gilchrist, Oran G. Otis. 

St. Lawrence — Joseph Freeman, Asa Sprague, Jr. 

Schenectady — Aaron Carroll. 

Schoharie — Robert Eldred, Daniel Hager, Jr. 

Seneca — John Say re, Benjamin Woodruff*. 

Steuben — Paul 0, Cook, Josiah Dunlap. 

SuffdUc-^QeoTge L. Conklin, George S. Phillips. 

Sullivan — James C. Curtis. 

Tioga — John G. McDowell, David Williams. 

Tompkins — John Ellis, Jehiel Ludlow, John Sayler. 

Ulster — Jacob J. Schoonmaker, John Van Buren. 

Warren — Samuel Stackhouse. 

Washington — George W. Jermain, Henry Thorn, William Towusend. 

Wayne — Seth Eddy, Annanias Wells. 

Westchester — St. John Constant, Thomas Murphy, Aaron Yarick. 

Taies — Aaron Remer. 



212 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Fifty-Fifth Session — 1832. 

First meeting began January 3 ; ended April 25, 1832. 
Second meeting* began June 21 ; ended June 30, 1832. 

Speaker -^CHARLES L. LIVINGSTON, of New-York. 

Clerk — Framcis Segkr. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — James D. Scollard 

Door-Keeper — Alonzo Crosby. 

Assistant Door-Keeper — James Oourter; 2d session, Oliver ScotU. 

Albany — Abijah C. Disbrow, Philip Lemiebacker, William Seymour. 

AUegany — John B. Collins. 

Broome — Vincent Whitney. 

Cattaraugus — George A. S. Crooker. 

Cayuga — John Beardsley, George H. Brinckerhoff, John W. Sawjer, 
George S. Tilford. 

Chaviavque — Theron Bly, Squire White. 

Chenango — Noah Ely, Joseph Juliand, Edmund G. Perlee. 

Clinton — John Walker.' 

Columbia — Medad Butler, Tobias L. Hogeboom, Leonard W. Ten 
Broeck. 

Cortland — Andrew Dickson, Jonathan L. Woods. 

Delaware — James Coulter, James Hughson. 

Dutchess — Bobert Coffin, Eli Hambliu, Michael S. Martin, Israel Shad- 
bolt. 

Erie — Horace Clark, William Mills. 

JEssex — Isaac Vanderwarker. 

Franklin — James B. Spencer. 

Oenesee — Seth M. Gates, Henry Hawkins, James Sprague 2d. 

Oreene — Erastus Hamilton, Dumah Tuttle. 

Herkimer — William C. Crain, Daniel Dygert, David Thorp. 

Jefferson — William H. Angel, Philip Maxwell, Nathan Strong. 

Kings — Coe S. Downing. 

Lewis — Andrew W. Doig. 

Livingston — George W. Patterson, John Young. 

Madison — Nehemiah Batcheler, Daniel M. Gillet, John Head 2d. 

Monroe — Samuel G. Andrews, Ira Bellows, William B. Brown. 

Montgomery and HaanQton — Silas Phillips, Jacob Van Arnum, Peter 
Wood. 

New -York — Nathan T. Arnold, Judah Hammond, Charles L. LiviDgs- 
ton, John McKeon, Philip E. Milledoler, James Morgan, Mordecai Myers, 
Gideon Ostrander, Silas M. Stilwell, Myndert Van Schaick, Isaac L. Varian. 

Niaga/ra — Henry Norton. 

Oneida — Nathaniel Fitch, Lemuel Hough, Butger B. Miller, David 
Moulton, Daniel Twitchell. 

0;u>9u2a^a — Miles W. Bennett, Elijah W. Curtis, Elisha Litchfield, 
Ichabod Boss. 

OnUurio — Francis Granger, Jonathan Mason, Bobert C. Nicholas. 

Orange — John Barker, Isaac B. Van Duzer, Charles Winfield. 

OrZeaiM— William J. BabbiU. 

Osvftgo — Avery Skinner. 

> Ooavened to reorganize the oongreadooal dittrioti oi the state^ sad to dlnot mUm j 

measures in reference to the eholera. 
• Death annonnfied, January 16» 1888. 



MBXBSBS OF ASSEMBLT. 213 

OUe^ — Samuel Colwell, Gilbert Cone, William Kirby, Amasa Thompion. 
Putnam — Reabon D. Bamum. 
Queens — John A King. 

Renssdaer — Hosea Beunett, Henry J. Genet, John 0. Kemble, Nicholas 
M. Masters. 

Richmond — Jacob Mereereau. 

RocldaThd — Isaac I. Blauvelt. 

Saratoga — James Brisbin, Jr., Ebenezer Coach, Oran Gray Otis. 

St. Lawrence — William Allen, Edwin Dodge. 

Schenectady — Abraham Doru. 

Schoharie — Alexander Crookshank, Jedediah Miller. 

Seneca — Reuben D. Dodge, Erastus Woodworth. 

Steuben — Edward Howell, John McBuruey. 

Suffolk — Samuel L'Hommedieu, Jr., John M. Williamson. 

Sullivan — Hiram Bennett. 

Tioga — Nathaniel Smith, Joel Tallmadge, Jr. 

Tompkins — John Ellis, Horace Mack, John James Speed, Jr. 

Ulster — Leonard Hardenburgh, Heman Landon. 

Warren — Allen Anderson. 

Washington — Isaac W. Bishop, John McDonald, James Stevenson. 

Wayne — James Humeston, Ambrose Salisbury. 

Westchester — John W. Frost, Thomas Smith, Israel H. Watson. 

Yaies — Aaron Bemer. 

Fifty-Sixth Session — 1833. 

Began January 1 ; ended April 30, 1833. 

;8^«a*er— CHARLES L. LIVINGSTON, of New-York. 
Clerk — Francis Sxger. 
Sergeant-ai-Arm>s — Cornelius A. Waldron. 
Door-Keeper — Alonzo Crosby. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — James Courter. 

ATbany — Edward Livingston, Jacob Settle, Israel Sheai. 
Allegany — John B. Collins. 
Brooms — Vincent Whitney. 
Cattaraugus — Chauncey J. Fox. 

Cayuga — John Boardsley, George H. Brinckerhoff, Simon Lathrop, John 
W. Sawyer. 

Chaikauque — Nathaniel Gray, Alvin Plumb. 

Chenango — Abel Chandler, Austin Hyde, William M. Patterson. 

Clinton — Miles Stevenson. 

Coiumhia — Anthony Boucher, Bastian C. Lasher, John Murdock. 

Cortland — Enos S. Halbert, David Mathews. 

Delawanre — John Edgerton, Stoddard Stevens. 

Dutchess — Daniel D. Akin, Joel Brown, Henry Conklin, George Lambert. 

JSWtf— Horace Clark, William Mills. 

Essex — Almerin Smith. 

Franklin — Jabez Parkhurst. 

Genesee — Peter Patterson, Rufus Robertson, Charles Woodworth. 

Greene — Henry Goslee, William Pierson. 

Herkimer — Dudley Burwell, Joseph M. Prendegast, Sherman Wooster. 

Mferson — William H. Angel, John Borcb, Jotham Ives. 

£S>ngs — Coe S. Downing^ 



214 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLT. 

Lewis — Eli Rogeni, Jr. 

Livingston — Gteorge W. Patterson, Samnel W. Smith 

Madison — Erastos Cleveland, John Davis, Jesse Kilhom. 

Monroe — Timothy Childs, Levi Pond, Milton Sheldon. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — William Carlisle, Douw A. Fonda, Oone- 
lius Mabee. 

New -York — Richard Cromwell, Thomas Herttcll, Charles L. Livingston, 
John McKeon, Robert H. Morris, Mordecai Myers, Qideon Ostrander, 
Benjamin Ringgold, Silas M. Stilwell, Minthome Tompkins, Isaac L. 
Varian. 

Niagara — Henry Norton. 

Oneida — Ichabod C. Baker, Levi Buckingham, John Dewey, Squire 
Uticy, David Wager. 

Onondaga — ^^ Eastwood, Elisha Litchfield, Myron L. Mills, Gabriel 
Tappen. 

Ontario — Ephraim W. Cleveland, John C. Spencer, James H. Woods. 

Orange — James Finch, Ezra Eeeler, Isaac R. Van Dozer. 

Orleans — Asahel Byington. 

Oswego — Avery Skinner. 

Otsego — William Baker, PhiloBennet, Hiram Einne, Robert C. Lansing. 

Putnam — John Ghirrison. 

Queens — Thomas B. Jackson. 

Rensselaer — William P. Haskin, Alonzo G. ELammond, John I. Kittle, 
Seth Parsons. 

Richmond — Jacob Merserean. 

Rockland — James D. L. Montanya. 

Saratoga — Ebenezer Couch, Gborge Reynolds, Ephraim Stevens. 

St. Latorence — William Allen, Sylvester Butrick. 

SchenectadAf — Cornelius C. Van Vranken. 

Schoharie — Jacob L. Lawyer, Martines Mattice. 

Seneca — Reuben D. Dodge, John De Mott 

Steuben — William Hunter, William Keman. 

Suffolk — David Hedges, Jr., William Wicks. 

Sullivan — John C. Curtis. 

Tioga — Thomas Farrington, Jacob Westlake. 

Tompkins — Thomas Bishop, Daniel B. Swartwout, Ira Tillotson. 

Ulster — Gordon Craig, Joseph Jansen. 

Wcurren — Nicholas Roosevelt, Jr. 

Washington — Walter Cornell, Charles Rogers, David Russell. 

Wayne — James Humeston, Ambrose Salisbury. 

Westchester — Joseph H. Anderson, Horatio Lockwood, Israal H. Watson. 

Yates — Joshua Lee. 



Fifty-Seventh Session — 1834. 
Began January 7; ended May 5, 1834. 

Speaker —WIJAAKU BAKlER, of Otsego. 
Clerk — Philip Reynolds. 
Sergeawt-at-Arms — Daniel Dygert. 
Door-Keeper — Alonzo Crosby. 
Assistant Z>oor-jr<;0per—> Samuel Campbell. 

AJboM/y — Aaron Livingston, Barent P. Staats, Prentice WfllUum, Jr. 
AlUgany — Lewis Wood. 



MKMUKItft OF ASSEMBLT. 215 

Broome — David C. Case. 

CaMarau^yLB — Chaoncey J. Fox. 

CayiLga — Deimis Arnold, Cornelias Cuykendall, Andrew Qroom, 
Noyes Palmer. 

ChMuiavque — James Hall, Thomas A. Osborne. 

Chenango — Joseph P. Cbamberlin, Milo Hunt, Wells Wait. 

Clinton — Miles Stevenson. 

Colunibia — Henry C. Barnes, John F. Collin, John Snyder. 

CorHand — Stephen Bogardus, Oliver Einjgrman. 

Delaware — Samuel Oordon, Amasa J. Parker. 

Dutchess — Theodore V. W. Anthony, Williun H. Bostwick, Henry 
Conklin, James Mabbett. 

Erie — Joseph Clary, Carlos Emmons. 

Essex — Barnabas Myrick. 

FraiUdin — Jabez Parkhurst. 

Genesee — Tmman Lewis, Peter Patterson, Bufos Bobertson. 

Oreene — Benedict Bagley, Sylvester Nichols. 

Herkimer — Augustus Beardslee, Timothy I. Campbell, Charles Dyer. 

Jtffw«)»— William H. Angel, Calvin McKnight, Eli West. 

Kingjs — Philip Brasher. 

Lewis — George D. Buggies. 

Livingston — Salmon G. Grover, Tabor Ward. 

Madison — Sardis Dana, Benjamin Enos, Henry T. Sumner. 

Monroe — Elihn Church, Fletcher M. Haight, Jeremy S. Stone. 

Montgomery and Hdmikon — Clark S. Grinnell, Azel Hough, Daniel 
Morrell. 

New 'York — Abraham Cargill, John W. Degrauw, Daniel Dousen- 
burg, Thomas Herttell, Henry Hone, John McKeon, Bobert H. Morris, 
Mordecai Myers, Benjamin Binggold, Peter S. Titus, Minthome Tompkins. 

Niagara — Bobert Fleming. 

Oneida — ^Pomeroy Jones, Israel S. Parker, Hiram Shays, Aaron 
Stafford, Ithai Thompson 

Onondaga — Squire M. Brown, Jared H. Parker, Oliver, B. Strong, 
Horace Wheaton. 

Ontario — Peter Mitchell, Oliver Phelps, Aaron Tounglove. 

Orange— Merit H. Cash, Gilbert 0. Fowler, Charles Winfield. 

Orleans — Asa Clark, Jr. 

Oswego — Orville Bobinson. 

Otsego — William Baker, Samuel S. Bowne, Bansom Spafkrd, William 
Temple. 

Putnam — Jonathan Morehouse. 

Queens — Thomas B. Jackson. 

Eevisselaer — ^Archibald Bull, Smith Germond, Nicholas B. Harris, 
James Tales. 

Richmond — Paul Mersereau. 

Rockland — Daniel Johnson. 

8t, Lawrence — Sylvester Butrick, Jabez Willes. 

iSawo^o^pa— Solomon Ellithorp, Thomas J. Marvin, Eli M. Todd. 

Schenectady — Simeon Schermerhom. 

Schoharie — Watson Orr, John G. Tpung. 

Seneca — Peter Bockhovn, John D. Coe. 

I^evben — Joshua Healy, William Eeman. 

Sufoik—'Wmam Sidney Smith, John Terry. 
^ Suuivan — Anthony Hasbrouck. 



216 IfEMBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Tioffa — John R. ]>rake, George (Gardner. 

Tompkins — George B. Oaionip, Charles Humphrey, Thomas B. Sears. 

UhUr — Samuel Culver , Daniel Le Fever. 

Warren — Thomas Archibald. 

Washington — Charles F. Ingalls, Melancton Wheeler, James Wright. 

Wayne — James P. Bartle, Russell Whipple. 

Westchester — Joseph H. Anderson, Edwin Crosby, Horatio Lockwood. 

Yates — James P. Robinson. 



Fifty-Eighth Session — 1835. 

Began January 6; ended May 11, 1835. 

Speaker -—CKAKLES HUMPHREY, of Tompkins. 
Clerk — Philip Reynolds, Jr. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Daniel Dygert. 
Door-Keeper — Nathan Mason, Jr. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — James M. D. Can*. 

Albany — Edward Livingston, David G. Seger,' Tobias T. E. Waldron, 
Henry G. Wheaton.* 

AUegany — Alvin Burr. 

Broome — Neri Blatchly. 

Cattaraugus — Albert G. Burke. 

Cayuga — Cornelius Cuykendall, Andrew Groom, Noyes Palmer, An- 
drews Preston. 

Chautauqua — Orren McClure, John Woodward, Jr. 

Chenango — Hendrick Grain, Henry Crary, Woodward Warren. 

Clinton — Lemuel Stetson. 

Cdumhia — Jacob Shafcr, Horace Stevens, Julius Wilcozson. 

CorUand — Aaron Brown, Barak Niles. 

Delaware — Dubois Burhans, William B. Ogden. 

Dutchess — Theodore Y. W. Anthony, David Barnes, Jr., Stoddard Judd, 
Stephen Thorn. 

Erie — William A. Mosely, Ralph Plumb. 

Essex — Thomas A. TomUnson. 

Franklin — Asa Hascall. 

Qenesee — Truman Lewis, Samuel Richmond, Amos Tyrrell, Jr. 

Oreene — David Ingersoll, Anthony Yan Bergen. 

Herkimer — Charles Gray, Peter P. Murphy, Henry Tillinghast. 

Jeferson — Calvin Clark, Eli Farwell, Charles Strong. 

Kings — Philip Brasher. 

Lewis — Charles Dayan. 

Livingston — Hollom Hutchinson, George W. Patterson. 

Madison — Joseph Clark, William J. Hough, Jason W. Powers. 

Monroe — George Brown, Derick Sibley, Enoch Strong. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — Henry Adams, Ashbel Loomis, GoUfais 
Odell. 

New -York — Thomas N. Carr, Charles P. Clinch, Charles Henry Hall, 
Job Haskell, Thomas Herttell, Herman I. Quackenboss, Christopher C. 
Rice, Benjamin Ringgold, James J. Roosevelt, Jr., Prosper M. Wetmorti 
Andrew C. Wheeler. 

Niagara — Hiram McNoi]. 

& Wheaton^ teat wh oontMted by David G, Segar, wlio toeeeedad, Jairaaiy t 18Mk 



MUfPBM OF ASSEMBLY. 217 

OfiMcIa— Merit Brooks, Dan. P. Oadwell, Biley Shepard, Dsrid Wagtr, 
Amos Woodwwth. 

Onondaga — David C. Lytle, Sandford C. Parker, George Pettit, Jolm 
Wilkinson. 

Oniario^ Ariel Hendee, William Hildreth, Mark H. Sibley. 

Orange — Merit H. Cash, Robert Dcuniston, Robert bowler.' 

Orleans — Asa Clark. 

Oswego — Jesse Crowell. 

Otsego — Joseph Carpenter, Henry Harvey, Cornelius Jones, Joseph 
Peck. 

Putfiam — Daniel Kent. 

Queens — Thomas B.Jackson. 

RensseUier — Chester Griswold, Jacob W. Lewis, Samuel Simons, Martin 
Springer. 

Ri3imond — Lawrence Hillyer. 

Rockland — Edward Snffem. 

Saratoga — Kli Beecher, Asahel Philo, William B. Van Bentheuisen. 

St. LtMerenee — Preston King, William S. Paddock. 

Schenectady — Dayid Ostrom. 

Schoharie — J<^n F. Hiller, Jonas Krum. 

Seneca — Caleb Bamum, John D. Coe. 

Steuben — Jeremiah Baker, Joshua Healy. 

SujfcHk — George L. Conklin, George S. Phillips. 

SuUtvcm — James Eldred. 

Tioga — Green Bennet, George Fisher. 

Tompkins — Charles Humphrey, Parvis A. Williams, Caleb Woodbury. 

Ulster — Henry 1. Davis, William Woodworth. 

Warren — Truman B. Hicks. 

Washington — Jonathan K Horton, George McEie, Allen R. Moore. 

Wayne — Elisha Benjamin, William D. Wylie. 

Westchester — Edwin Crosby, Horatio Lockwood, Prince W. Paddock. 

Yates — Meredith Mallory. 

Fifty-Ninth Session — 1836. 

Began January 5 ; ended May 26, 1836. 

i55peaA;er— CHARLES HUMPHREY, of Tompkins. 
Clerk — Philip Reynolds, Jr. 
Sergeant-cU'Arms — Daniel Dygert. 
Door-Keeper — William PowelL 
Assistant Door-Keeper --l>9kii\e\ ^yrezimKix. 

Albany — Daniel Dorman, John C. Schuyler, William Seymour. 
AUegany — Calyin T. Chamberlain. 
Broome — Judson Allen. 
Cattaraugus — Dayid Day. 

Oiyii^-- Dennis Arnold, Charles E. Shepard, Richard L. Smith, William 
Wilber. 

C^uivtauque — Thomas B. Campbell, Richard P. Marvin. 
C*«iai»p«— -William Knowlton, Nicholas B. Mead, Squire Smith. 
CUmion — Lemuel Stetson. '; 

CUiMfi&ta— Charles B. Butcher, Peter Groat, Jr., Adam I. Sharer. \* 



« Died before the beffnning of aesBion. > Besigned, Mush Ht l.SfMk 

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218 MSKBEBS OF ASSSSMAht. 

OorHand^' Cephas Oomstock, Cfaanncey Keep.* 

Ddawcvre — John QriflSn, James W. Knapp. 

Dutchess — Abijah G. Benedict, Cornelius H. Corn^, William Sno, 
Stoddard Judd. 

Erie — Oeorge P. Barker, Wells Brooks. 

Essex — Thomas A. Tomlinson. 

FranMin — Luther Bradish. 

Genesee — Samuel Richmond, Charles 0. Shepard, Amos Tyrrell, Jr. 

Greene — Ambrose Baker, Luke Kiersted. 

Herkimer — Stephen Ayres, Frederick BelHnsrcr, Thomas Hawks. 

Jefferson — Lowrey Barney, Richard Hulbert, Otis P. Starkey. 

Kings — John Dikeman. 

Lewis — Charles Bayan. 

Livingston — Charles H. Carroll, George W. Patterson. 

Madison — Ephraim Gray, William J. Hough, John B. Tates. 

Monroe — Horace Gay, Micajah W. Kirby, Joseph Sibley. 

Montgomery and Hamilton — Henry V. Berry, Joseph Blair, Jacob 
Johnson. 

NeW'Yorh — Charles P. Clinch, Ezra S. Conner, Peter A. Cowdrey, 
Francis B. Cutting, Thomas Herttell, John I. Morgan, Benjamin Ringgold, 
George Seaman, George Sharp, Jesse West, Prosper M. Wetmore. 

Niagara — Hiram Gardner. 

Oneuia— Henry Graves, John W. Hale, William Knight, Jared 0. Petti- 
bone, John Stryker. 

Onondaga — Daniel Benison, David Munro, Sanford C. Paiker, John 
Wilkinson. 

Ontario — Amos Jones, Henry Pardee, Mark H. Sibley. 

Orange — Charles Borland, Jr., Robert Sly, Thomas Van Etten. 

Orleans — John Chamberlain. 

Oswego — Onrille Robinson. 

Otsego — Albert Benton, Sumner Ely, lyory Holland, Lyman J. Walworih. 

Putnam — Moses C. Robinson. 

Queens — Jarvis Jackson. 

Sensselaer — David L. Seymour, Alexander 0. Spencer, John J. Yiele, 
Nathan West. 

Biekmond — John Garritson, Jr. 

Rockland — Daniel Johnson. 

Saratoga — David Benedict, Joel Lee, Samuel Stimson. 

J^. LaJwrence — Preston King, William S. Paddock. 

Schenectady — John B. Duane. 

SeJioJiarie — Hiram Walden, Alvin Wilkins. 

Seneca — Henry Simpson, John G. Tubbs. 

Steuben — Lemuel B. Searles, Henry Switzer. 

Suffolk — Charles A. Floyd, Nathaniel Topping. 

SwHvan — Samuel G. Dimmick. 

7^a— ElUah H. Goodwin, William H. Sutton. 

Tompkins — William R. Fitch, George B. Guinnip, Charles Hnmphnqr. 

Ulster — Jacob Chambers, Herman M. Romeyn. 

Warren — William Griffing. 

Washington — Aaron Barker, Alexander Robertson, Stephen L. Ylelet 

Wayne — Robert Alsop, Reuben H. Foster. 

Westchester^WiiWam Fisher, Horatio Lockwood, Prince W. Paddock 

Taies — Mordeca! Ogden. 

& BMtMntMtodbf Lewis Bifsi; see Aatembly Doemnait No. !& 



MEMBEBS OF AmSXBhY. 219 



Sixtieth Session — 1837. 

Began Jannaiy 9; ended May 16, 1837. 

Speaker— EDWARD LIVINGSTON, of Albany. 
Clerk — Philip Reynolds, Jr. 
Sergeawt-at-Arms — Alden S. Stevens. 
Door-Keeper — William H. Powell. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — James Halliday, Jr. 

Albany — Richard Kimmey, Edward Livingston, Abraham Yorplanck. 

AUegany — Calvin T. Chamberlain, Azel Fitch. 

Broome — Judson Allen. 

CaMaraugvLS — Tilly Gilbert, Phinehas Spencer. 

Cayuga — Curtis C. Oady, Charles E. Shepard, William Wilbnr. 

Chautauque — Alvin Plumb, Calvin Rnmsey, William Wilcox. 

Chemung — Jacob Westlake. 

Chenango — John F. Hill, Squire Smith, Isaac Stokes. 

Clinton — Cornelius Halsey. 

Columbia — William W. Hoysradt, Rnfus Reed, John 8. Yosbnrgh. 

Cortiand — Josiah Hine, John Thomas. 

Ddaware — Jesse Booth. Thomas J. Hubbell. 

Dutchess — Taber Belding, John R. Myer, David Sheldon. 

Br%€ — Benjamin 0. Bivins, Squire S. Case, Elisha Smith. 

Essex— Gideon Hammond. 

FrankUn — Luther Bradish. 

Genesee — Reuben Benham, John A. McElwain, Leverett Seward, 
Charles 0. Shepard. 

Oreene — Stephen Tryon, John Watson. 

Herkimer — Henry L. Easton Aaron Hackley. 

Jefferson — Jotham Bigelow, Richard Hulbert, John W. Tamblin. 

Kings — Joseph Conselyea, Richard V. W. Thome. 

Lewis — George D. Ruggles. 

Livingston — George W.Patterson, William Scott. 

Madison — Wait Clark, Isaac Coe, Jr., Silas Sayles. 

Monroe — Levi Russell, Derick Sibley, Silas Walker. 

Montgomery and HamiUon — Joseph Blair, Jacob Hees, Richard Peck. 

Kew-York — Henry Andrew, Charles P. Clinch, Francis B. Cutting, 
Morris Franklin, Thomas Herttell, John I. Labagh, Clinton Roosevelt, 
Thomas G. Talmage, Robert Townsend, Jr., Thomas W. Tucker, James 
I. M. Valentine, Anson Willis, George Zabriskie. 

Niaga/ra — Reuben H. Bough ton, Hiram McNeil. 

Onetda — Levi Buckingham, John I. Cook, Lester N. Fowler, Andrew 
S. Pond. 

Onondaga — Daniel Denison, George Pettit, William Porter, Jr., Nathan 
8oule. 

Ontario — Amos Jones, Henry Pardee, Henry W. Taylor. 

Orange — Merit H. Cash, William Jackson, William Morrison. 

Orleans — Silas M. Burroughs. 

Oswego — Caleb Carr, Orville Robinson, 

Otsego — Edmund B. Bigelow, Ivory Holland, Harvey Strong. 

Putnam — John Crawford. 

Queens — Jarvis Jackson. 

Rensselaer -^Kandall A. Brown, Alexander Bryan, Abraham Van TnyL 

Michm^nd — Lawrence Hiilyer. 



220 MEMBERS OF A88EMBLT. 

RoeJdand — Abraham J. Demarest. 

Saraioga — Seabury Allen, Halsey Rogers. 

8t Lawrtnee — Preston King, William S. Paddock. 

Schenectady — Thomas Knight. 

SchohcMrie — Pliilip Mann, Reuben Merchant. 

Seneca — John L. Bigelow. 

Steuben — Henry O. Cotton, John I. Popphio, Benjamin SmeacL 

Suffolk — Josiah C. Dayton, John M. Williamson. 

Sullivan — George S. Joscelyn. 

Tioga — Ezra Canfield. 

Tompkins — Lewis Halsey, Bei\jamin Jennings. 

Ulster — £phraim E. Depuy, Samuel Elmore. 

Warren — Walter Qcer, Jr. 

Washington — Joseph W. Richards, Charles Rogers. 

Wayne — David Arne, Jr., Pomeroy Tucker. 

Westchester — William Fisher, Barnardus Montross. 

Yates — Mordecai Ogden. 



Sixty-First Session — 1838. 

Began January 2; ended April 18, 1838. 

Speaker -^USTYLER BRADISH, of Franklin. 
Clerk — JiRYJS N. Lake. 
Sergeant-cU-Arms — Harley R. Lnddington. 
Door- Keeper — William C. Bloss. 
Assistant Door- Keeper — Frederick Lamb. 

Albany — Daniel D. Barnard, Edmund Raynsford, Paul Settle. 

AUegany — Seth H. Pratt, Samuel Russell. 

Broome — James Stoddard. 

Cattaraugus — Nelson Green, Timothy H. Porter, 

Ccuyuga — Henry R. Filley, Isaac S. Miller, Nathan G. Morgan. 

Chautauque — Thomas I. Allen, George A. French, Abner Lewis. 

Chemung — Hiram White. 

Chenango — Henry Balcom, Demas Hubbard, Jr., Justus Parce. 

Clinton — Cornelius Halsey. 

Columbia — Abraham Bain, William A. Dean, William H. Tobey. 
. Cortland — David Matthews, John Osgood. 

DdawoAre — Cornelius Bassett, Darius Mapes. 

Dutchess — Cornelius Dubois, Freeborn Garretson, Jacob Sisson. 

Erie — Lewis F. Allen, Asa Warren, Cyrenus Wilbur. 

Essex — Gideon Hammond. 

Franklin — Luther Bradish. 

Genesee — Reuben Benham, Andrew H. Green, John Head, LcTeret 
Seward. 

Oreene — Thomas B. Cooke, Peter Hubbell. 

Herkimer — Abijah Mann, Jr., Volney Owen. 

Jefferson — Ch&rles B. Hoard, Richard Hulbert, Daniel Wardwell. 

Kings — Cornelius Bergen, Benjamin D. Silliman. 

Lewis — William Dominick. 

Livingston — George W. Patterson, William Scott. 

Madison^Wimtim F. Bostwick, William Lord, Onesimu Mead. 

Monroe ^^Jolm P. Patterson, Ezra Sheldon, Jr., Derick Sibkqr. 



MEICBEBS OF ASSEMBLY* 221 

Monigomery and Hamitton, — Jeremiah Nellis, Abrtham Y. Patnam, 
Maroelku Weston. 

New -York — Alfred Carhart, Adoniram Chandler, Heman W. Ohilds, 
Evan Griffith, Willis Hall, William Harsell, John L Labagh, Darid B. 
Ogden, Samuel B. B^igglea, John B. Scoles, Garret BL Stryker, Anson 
Willis, George Zabriskie. 

Niagara — Davis Hurd, Pteter P. Porter, Jr. 

On^da — Russell Fuller, Henry Hearsey, Fortune C. White, James 8. 
T. Stranahan. 

Onondaga — Victory Birdseye, Phares Gould, James B. Lawrence, 
Azariah Smith. 

Ontario — Jonathan BuelL, David Hudson, Henry W. Taylor. 

Orange — Goldsmith Denuiston, Stephen W. FuUerton, Hudson McFar- 
lan. 

Orleans — Horatio Reed. 

Oswego — Arvin Rioe, John M. Rlehardson. 

Otsego — Samuel Betts, Jr., John Drake, Jacob K. Lull. 

Pvtna4ii — Saxton Smith. 

Queens — John A. King. 

Renssdaer — Hezekiah Hull, Jacob A. Ten Eyck, James Wallace. 

Richmond — Israel Oakley. 

Ro€kLand — David Clark. 

SL Lawrence — Preston King, Msrron G. Peck. 

Saratoga — Walter Van Vegbten, Calvin Wheeler. 

Schenwtady — Silas H. Marsh. 

Schoha/rie — Jedediah Miller, Mitchell Sanford. 

Seneca — Nathan Wakeman. 

Steuben — Samuel Griggs, David Hall, Manning Kelly. 

^v/oft— Charles A. Floyd, Siduey L. Griffin. 

Sullivan — John H. Bowers. 

ZHoga — John Coryell. 

Tompkins — Elbert Curtis, Robert Swartwout. 

Ulster — Benjamin R. Bevier, James N. Mitchell. 

Warren — Thomas A. Leggett. 

WadiingtiM — Emstus D. Culver, Leonard Gibbs. 

Wayne — Esbon Blackmar, John M. Holley. 

Westchester — Francis Barretto, Nicholas Cruger. 

Yates — Miles Benham. 



Sixty-Second Sessiok — 1839. 

B^an January 1 ; ended May 6, 1839. 

Speaker -^QEOHQE W. PATTERSON, of Livingston. 

Clerk — Jarvis N. Lake. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — William De Forest. 

Door-Keeper — Samuel Francis, Jr. 

Assistant Door Keeper — Washington P. Lewis. 

Albany — John Davis, James S. Lowe, Rufus Watson. 

AHegany^B^ih H. Pratt, William Welch. 

Broome — John Stoaghton. 

CattaroAigus — George A. S. Crooker, Hollis Scott. 

Cayuga — Hen^R. Filley, John Mcintosh, Nathan G. Morgan. 

ChMutauque — waterman Ellsworth, Timotiiy Judson, Abner Le^rii* 

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222 HEMBSBS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Chemung — Jonathan P. Crouch. 

Chenango — Samuel Drew, Demas Hubbard, Jr., Josiah G. Olney. 

Clinton — Abijah North. 

Columbia — Harry Comwell, Henry Hogeboom, Peter R. Liyingston. 

Cortland — George S. Green, Gteorge Isaacs. 

Delaware — Ichabod Bartlett, Jonas More. 

Dutchess — Henry Conklin, Jacob Sisson, Daniel Toffey. 

Erie — Jacob A. Barker, Truman Gary, Henry Johnsoa 

Essex — Gideon Hammond. 

Franklin — Asa Hascall. 

Fulton and Hamilton — James Yawney. 

Genesee — Andrew H. Greene, John Head, Horace Healy, Alva Jeffersoa 

Greene — Piatt Adams, Thomas B. Cooke. 

Herkimer — Benjamin Carver, Atwater Cook, Jr. 

Jefferson ^Q^\y\i\ Clark, Claries E. Clarke, Philip P. Oaiga 

Kings — Cornelius Bergen, Jeremiah Lott. 

Leuns — Sanford Coe. 

Livingston — Elias Clark, George W. Patterson. 

Madison — Friend Barnard, Benjamin Enos, Uriah Leiand. 

Monroe — William S. Bishop, Henry P. Norton, John P. Stull. 

Montgomery — Isaac S. Frost, Isaac Jackson. 

New- York — George W. Bruen, Alfred Carhart, Loring D. Chapin, Heman 
W. Childs, Noah Cook, Thomas J. Doyle, John I. Labagh, Thomas McEl- 
rath, Samuel T. McKinney, Frederick Pentz, Stephen Potter, John B. 
Scoles, George Zabriskie. 

Niagara — Davis Hurd, Peter B. Porter, Jr. 

Oneida — Jesse Armstrong, Ward Hunt, Amasa S. Newberry, Israel 
Stoddard. 

Onondaga — Phares Gould, James B. Lawrence, Azariah Smith, James 
L. Voorhces. 

Ontario — Augustus Sawyer, Z. Barton Stout, Henry W. Taylor. 

Orange — Edward Blake, Robert Denniston, Joseph Slaughter. 

Orleans — Horatio Reed. 

Oswego — Samuel Hawley, Edward B. Judson. 

O^jtf^o— Jonathan W. Brewer, Levi S. Chatfield, Daniel Gilchrist. 

Putnam — Herman R. Stephens. 

Queens — Elias Hicks. 

i2e?w««?aer— Richard P. Herrick, Day 0. Kellogg, Gideon Beyncdds. 

Richmond — Israel Oakley. 

Rockland — Benjamin Blackledge. 

St. Lawrence — Myron G. Peck, Asa Sprague. 

Saratoga — John Stewart, Calvin Wheeler. 

Schenectady — Silas H. Marsh. 

Schoharie — Harvey Bliss, Cteorge F. Fox. 

Seneca — Gardner Welles. 

Steuben — Andrew G. Chatfield, Abram M. Lybolt, Jc^maon N. Reynolds. 

Suffoik — J. Wickham Case, Joshua B. Smith. 

/Sii^ivan-- William F. Brodhead. 

Tioga — Wright Dunham. 

Tomans — David Bower, Jesse McKinney. 

£rZ8<^— Jacob H. De Witt, Henry C. Hombeck. 

Warren-^ William Griffing. 

Wcuihington — Salmon Aztell, Jesse S. Leigh. 

Waynt — Thomas Armstrong, Ambrose Salisbury. 



MEMBERS OF ASgBMBLT. 223 

WesUhesier — Samuel B. Ferris, Joseph Strang. 
Yates — Miles Benham. 

Sixty-Third Session — 1 840. 

Began January 7; ended May 14, 1840. 

Speaker '^QEOB.QE W. PATTERSON, of Livingston. 
Clerk — Philander B. PRrNDLE. 
Sergeani-at-Arms — Minos McCk)wen. 
Door-Keeper — Samuel Francis, Jr. 
Awistawt Dow-Keeper — Abraham H. Qrovesteen. 

ATbany — Frederick Bassler, Jr., Peter Flagler, Henry G. Wheaton 

Allegany — Lorenzo Dana, William Welch. 

Broome — Cornelius Mersereau. 

Cattaraugus — George A. S. Crooker, Timothy H. Porter. 

Cayuga — Artemas Gady, John W. McFadden, Andrews Preston. 

Chav4auque — Odin Benedict, Gteorge A. French, William Eice. 

Chemung — Guy Quilett. 

Chenango — William Church, Demas Hubbard, Jr., Samuel Plumb 

Clinton — Abijah North. 

Cciumbia — Robert McEinstry, Jonas H. Miller, Justin Niles. 

Cortland ^^YfiWivim Barnes, Jabez B. Phelps. 

Delaware'-^ Orson M. AUaben, Nathan Bristol. 

Dutchess — Amos Bryan, Henry Conklin, Daniel Tolfffey. 

Erie — Seth C. Hawley, Stephen Osbom, Aaron Salisbury. 

Essex — George A. Simmons. 

Franklin — John S. Eldridge. 

FuHon and Hamilton — Langdon I. Marvin. 

Oenesee — JohnW. Bronson, Horace Healy, Alva Jefferson, George W. 
Lay. 

Oreene — Gilbert Bedell, Sylvester Nichols. 

Herkimer — Daniel Bellinger, George Burch. 

Jefferson — Calvin Clark, Charles £. Clarke, Stephen Johnson. 

Kings — Jeremiah Johnson, Adrian Hegeman. 

Lewis — Chester Buck. 

Livingston — Elias Clark, George W. Patterson. 

ifo^tfon-— Daniel Barker, Daniel Dickey, Bet^jamin Enos. 

Monroe — Gteorge Brown, Derick Sibley, Enoch Strong. 

Montgomery — John S. Veeder, Peter Wood. 

New 'York — Cornelius H. Bryson, Ulysses D. French, Paul Grout, 
Thomas Herttell, Norman Hickok, Francis W. Lasak, William B. Maclay, 
John I. Morgan, Edmund J. Porter, James I. Roosevelt, Jr., Thomas 
Spoffard, Solomon Townsend, George Weir. 

Niagara — Peter B. Porter, Jr., Francis 0. Pratt. 

OnMa — Nelson Dawley, Anson Kuibloe, Charles A. Mann, John 
F. Trowbridge. 

Onondaga — Victory Birdseye, Phares Gould, James B. Lawrence, 
Azariah Smith. 

Ontario — Reynolds Peck, Abraham A. Post, Henry W. Taylor. 

Orange — Beiyamin Brown, Robert Denniston, William S. Little. 

Orletms — John J. Walbridge. 

Oswego — Peter Devendorf, William Duer. 

O^^— Levi S. Chatfield, Cbarlefl Walk^, Arnold B. Watson. 



324 mSMBBRS OF ASSBMBLT. 

Pi{<}tam— -Saxton Smith. 
Queens — John A. King. 

Rensselaer — Gerrardus Deyoe, Samuel W. Hoag, William H. Van 
SchoonhoYCD. 

Richmond — Bomt P. Winant. 

Rockland — William F. Fraser. 

St. Lawrence — Zeuas Clark, Asa Spragu«. 

Saratoga — Daniel Stewart, John Slewart. 

Schenectady — Theodore W. Sanders. 

8ch<oharie — Seymour Boughton, Charles Goodyear. 

Seneca — Orange W. Wilkinson. 

Steuben — Richard Brower, Andrew G. Chatfleld. Abram M. Lybolt. 

Suffolk — David Halsey, John M. Williamson 

SuUivan — Daniel B. St. John. 

Tioga — Thomas Farrington. 

Tompkins — William H. L. Bogart, Robert Swartwouc. 

Ulster — David L. Bernard, John V. L. Overbaugh. 

Warren, — Joseph Russell. 

Washington — John H. Boyd, Anderson Simpson. 

Wayne — Horace Morley, Durfee Osband. 

Westchester — Samuel B. Ferris, Joseph Strang. 

Yates — Samuel S. Ellsworth. 

SixTY-FouETH Session — 1841. 

Began January 5 ; ended May 25, 1841. 

Speaker— VETER B. PORTER, Jr., of Niagara. 
Clerk — Philander B. Prindle. 
Sergeant-ai-Arms — Daniel H. Bromley. 
Boor-Keeper — Joseph S. Lock wood. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — Abiel W. Howard. 

Albany — Aaron Houghtailfng, Francis Lansing, Henry G. Wheaton. 

AUegcuvy — Lorenzo Dana, Horace Hunt. 

Broome — Gideon M. Hotchkiss. 

Cattaraugus — Alonzo Hawley, Chester Howe. 

Cayuga — Darius Adams, John W. McFadden, Osman Rhoades. 

Chautauque — Bei^jamin Douglass, George A. French, Robertson 
Whiteside. 

Chemung — Jefferson B. Clarke. 

Chenango — Calvin Cole, Eber Dimmick, Benson H. Wheeler. 

CUnton — George M. Beckwith. 

Columbia — Waterman Lippit, William G. Mandeville, John Milham. 

CortJa/nd — Nathan Heaton, Level G. Mickels. 

Belaware — Stephen H. Keeler, Charles Enapp. 

Dutchess — Jonathan Akin, Edmund Elmendorf, John Thompso 

Erie — Carlos Emmons, Seth C. Hawley, Stephen Osborn. 

Essex ^-Qeorge A. Simmons. 

Franklin — John S. Eldridge. 

FuUon and iJamtZfofi— Jenison G. Ward. 

Oenesee — John W. Brownson, Samuel Richmona, David Scott, Imuc 
N. Stoddard. 

(7rwfi«— Turhand K. Cooke, Daniel G. Qnackenbou. 

Etrkmmr — Michael Hof&nan, Arphaxad Loomis. 



MEMBBBS OF ASfiBMBLl^ 225 

j0fer«on— WiUiam McAllister, William C. Plerrepont, JoiephWebb. 

Kings — William Conselyea, Jeremiah Johnson. 
Letrit — Eliphalet Sears. 

Livingston — Aogostus Gibbs, Reuben P. Wisner. 

McuHson—Beueca. B. Burchard, Oliver Pool, Daniel Van Vleck. 

Monroe — Alexander Kelsey, Lucius Lilley, Enoch Strong. 

Montgomery — Reuben Howe, Daniel F. Nellis. 

New 'York — Cornelius H. Bryson, Abraham B. Davis, Paul Grouty 
Norman Hickok, David R. Floyd Jones, William B. Maclay, William 
McMurray, Absalom A. Miller, John L. O'SulliTan, Edmund J. Porter, 
Conrad Swackhamer, Solomon Townsend, George Weir, 

Niaga/ra — Peter B. Porter, Jr., Francis 0. Pratt. 

Oneida — Calvin Dawley, Joseph Halleck, Luke Hitchcock, Nathaniel 
Odell. 

Onondaga — Moses D. Burnet, William Fuller, David Munro, William 
Taylor. 

Ontario — Isaac Mills, Daniel A. Robinson, Alvah Worden. 

Orange — Gideon W. Cock, Lewis Cuddeback, Robert Sly. 

Orleans — Richard W. Gates. 

Oswego — William Duer, Edward B. Judson. 

Otsego ^Olcott C. Cliamberlin, Levi S. Chatfield, Joel Gillett 

PiUnam — James H. Cornwall. 

Queens — John W. Lawrence. 

Rensselaer ^ClskVLdiua Moffitt, John Tilly, William H. Van Schoon- 
hoven. 

Richmond — Israel Oakley. 

Rockland — Edward De Noyelles. 

St. Lawrence — Zenas Clark, Solomon Pratt. 

8ara4oga — Jesse H. Mead, Abyah Peck, Jr. 

Schenectady — Abraham Pearse. 

Schoharie — Nicholas Bookman, Jacob C. Skillmao. 

Seneca — Daniel Holman. 

Steuben— Andrew G. Chatfield, William S. Hubbell, Samuel A. 
Johnson. 

Svjfolk — Josiah C. Dayton, Alnnson Seaman. 

Suuivan — William F. B redhead. 

Tioga — Washington Smith. 

Tompkins — Levi Hubbell, Alpha H. Shaw. 

Ulster — Conrad Brodhead, George G. Graham. 

Warren — George Sanford. 

Washington — Erastus D. Culver, Reuben Skinner. 

Wayne — Esbon Blackmar, John M. Holley. 

Westchester — Joseph T. Carpenter, Horatio Lockwood. 

Yates — Heman Cliapman, 

Sixty-Fifth Session — 1842. 

Began January 4; ended April 12, 1842. 

Speaker-^LEYl S. CHATFIELD, of Otsego. 

Clerk — John O. Cole. 

Sergeant-ai-Arms — Abner N. Beardsley. 

Door-Keeper — John W. Turner. 

AmMtoMt Door-Keepers — George Van Deusen, Pliny M. Bromley. 



226 HEHBEBS OF ASSEMBIiT. 

Albany — John A. Diz, OonieHafl G. Palmer, Jonas Shear. 

AUegany — Lorenzo Dana, Horace Hunt. 

Broome — Robert Harpur. 

CaMaraugus — Samuel Barrows, Lewis T. Thorp. 

Cayuga — John L. Cuyler, Vincent Eenyon, Alvarez Tupper. 

Chautauque — Rossiter P. Johnson, Austin Pierce, Emory F. Warren. 

Chemung — Samuel G. Hathaway, Jr. 

Chenango — Clark Bumham, Richard W. Juliand, Adam Storing. 

Clinton — Lemuel Stetson. 

Columbia — James Knickerbacker, Abraham I. Van Alstyne, Jared 
Winslow. 

Cortland — Jesse Ives, Oren Stimson. 

Delaware — Samuel iEells, Orrin Griffin. 

Dvichess — Peter K. Dubois, John M. Eetcham, Richard C. Van Wyck. 

Erie — William A. Bird, Bela H. Colegrove, Squire S. Case. 

Essex — George A. Simmons. 

Franklin — Thomas R. Powell. 

Fvlton and Hamilton — John Patterson. 

Qenesee — Robinson Smiley, Albert Smith. 

Greene — John Laraway, Andrew T. Van Slyke. 

/r(prA;tm«r^> Michael Hoffman, Arphaxad Loomis. 

Jefferson— ^\\\i\x. C. Church, Elihu M. McNeil, John W. Tamblin. 

Kings — John A. Lott, William M. Udall. 

Lewis — Carlos P. Scovil. 

Livingston — Gardner Arnold, Chester Bradley. 

Madison — Simon C. Hitchcock, Calvin Morse, Job Wells. 

Monroe — Henry K. Higgins, Frederick Starr, (George S. Stone. 

Montgomery — James Diefendorf, Lawrence Marcellus. 

New -York — Elbridge G. Baldwin, Auguste Devezac, Paul Grout, David 
R. Floyd Jones, William Jones, WiUiam B. Maclay, William McMnrray, 
John L. O'SuIlivan, Daniel C. Pentz, Conrad SwacUiamer, Solomon Town- 
send, Joseph Tucker, George Weir. 

Niaga/ra — Thomas T. Flagler, Francis 0. Pratt. 

On^da — Ichabod C. Baker, Ebenezer Bobbins, Horatio Seymour, De 
Witt C. Stephens. 

Onondaga — William Fuller, David Munro, John Spencer, William 
Taylor. 

Ontario — Peter M. Dox, Staats Greene, Joseph C. Shelton. 

Orange — Stacy Beakes, Robert Lawson, Roswell Mead. 

Orleans — Sanford E. Church. • 

Oswego — Peter Devendorf, Robert C. Kenyon. 

Otsego — Leonard Caryl, Levi S. Chatfield, Festus Hyde. 

Putnam — Ebenezer Foster. 

Queens — John W. Lawrence. 

Rensselaer — George R. Davis, Martin us Lansing, Silas W. Waite. 

Richmond — Henry Cole. 

Rockland — Edward De Noyelles. 

8t Lawrence — Calvin T. ifulburd, George Redington. 

Saratoga — John Cramer, Halsey Rogers. 

Seheneetctdy -^JouBthaxi C. Bumham. 

Schoharie -^WilWam Fink, George Wright. 

Seneca — William C. Kelly. 

Steuben — Aaron W. Beach, Francis £. Erwin, Ziba A. Leland. 

iS^/ctt— Richard A. Udall, Boi\{amiu F. Welln. 



HEMBEB8 OF ASSEMBLY. 227 

JSuUufan — Matthew Browa 

Tioffa — John McQuigs^. 

Tompkins — Charles Humphrey, Bernardus Swartwout. 

Ulster — Abraham Jansen, Jeremiah Russell. 

Warren — Benjamin P. Burhans. 

Washington — James McKie, Jr., Ban S. Wright. 

Wayne — Theron R. Strong, James M. Wilson. 

Westchester — Joseph T. Carpenter, Horatio Lockwood. 

Wyoming — Eleazer Baldwin, John W. Brownson. 

Yates — Henry Spence. 



Sixty-Sixth Session — 1 843. 

Began January 3 ; ended April 18, 1843. 

Speaker— QEORQE R. DAVIS, of Rensselaer. 

Clerk — Henry N. Wales. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — Pliny M. Bromley. 

Dow-Keeper — John W. Turner. 

Assistant Door-Keepers — Isaac Satterlee, Henry Rankin. 

Albany — Willis Hall, Aaron Van Schaack, John I. Slingerland. 

AUegany — Robert Flint, Samuel Russell. 

Broome — Gilbert Dickinson. 

Cattaraugus — Alonzo Hawley, Elijah A. Rice. 

Cayuga — Vincent Eenyon, Alfred Lyon, Darius Monroe. 

Chautauque — Oden Benedict, Adolphus F. Morrison, Emory F 
Warren. 

Chemung — Samuel G. Hathaway, Jr. 

Chenango — Edward Cornell, Samuel Medbury, Danforth Wales. 

Clinton — Julius C. Hubbell. 

Columbia — Anson Brown, Lucas Hoes, Peter Poucher. 

CorUand — Harry McGraw, George N. Niles. 

Ddaware^yiWUiTi. Bostwick, Nelson E. Wheeler. 

Dutchess — Gilbert Bentley, John Elseffer, John M. Ketcham. 

Erie — George R. Babcock, Wells Brooks, Milton McNeaL 

Essex — Samuel Shumway. 

Franklin — Joseph H. Jackson. 

Fulton and Hamilton — John L. Hutchinson. 

Qenesee — Robinson Smiley, Ira Wait. 

Oreene — Aaron Bushnell, Philip Teats. 

JJiwArimer— Walter Booth, John T. Hall. 

Jefferson — Elihu C. Church, Joseph Grayes, Job Lamson. 

J^ngs — William Conselyea, Jr., William M. UdalL 

Lewis — Amos Buck. 

Livingston — Daniel H. Fitzhugh, Daniel D. Spencer. 

Madison — Veroni W. Mason, Henry Palmer, Lorenzo Sherwood. 

Monroe — Jerome Fuller, Robert Haight, Enoch Strong. 

Montgomery — John Bowdish, John I. Zoller. 

New -York — Elbndge G. Baldwin, Charles P. Daly, George G. Glasier, 
Timothy R. Hibbard, David R. Floyd Jones, William McMurray, Absalom 
E. Miller, George Paulding, Daniel C. Pentz, Edward Sauford, Robert 
Smith, James T. Thomson, Edward H. White. 

N%aga/ra — Thomas T. Flagler, John Sweeney. 



228 MEMBEES OF ASSBMBLT. 

Oneida-'jym P. Cadwell, Amos S. Fassett, David Morraj, John H. 
Tower. 

0»o7u2a^a — Benjamin French, Thomas McCarthy, Thomas Sherwood, 
Charles B. Vary. 

Ontario — Sylvester Austin, James C. Brown, Jedediah Dewey, Jr. 

Orange — Leonard Lee, John W. Martin, John Van Duzer. 

Orleans — Elisha Wright. 

Oswego — William F. Allen, Alban Strong. 

Otsego — Silas Burleson, John B. Griggs, Harvey Hunt. 

Putnam — Sylvanus Warren. 

Queens — Samuel Youngs. 

Rensselaer — Gleorge B. Davis, Samuel Douglass, Henry Yanden- 
bergh. 

Richmond — Henry Cole. 

Rockland — Cornelius M. Demarest. 

St, Lawrence — Calvin T. Hulburd, George Bedington. 

Saratoga — Lyndes Emerson, Azariah £. Stimson. 

Schenectady — Edward H. Walton. 

Schoharie — John Osterhout, Abraham Bichtmeyer. 

Seneca — Matthew West. 

Steuben — Morris Brown, Francis E. Erwin, Ziba A. Leland. 

Suffolk — Samuel B. Nicoll, Joshua B. Smith. 

SuUivan — Jonathan Stratton. 

Tioga — Simeon B. Griffin. 

Tompkins — Sylvanus Lamed, G^rge T. Spink. 

Ulster — William Soper, Edmund Suydam. 

Warren — Pelatiah Bichards. 

Washington — Anson Bigelow, James W. Porter. 

TTaywtf — Frederick U. Sheffield, Philip Sours. 

Westchester — Andrew Findlay, Samuel L. Holmes. 

Wyoming — Eleazer Baldwin, Truman Benedict. 

Yaies — Bichard H. Williams. 



Sixty-Seventh Session — 1844. 

Began January 2 ; ended May 7, 1844. 

J^9eaker — 1&L18UA LITCHFIELD, of Onondaga. 

Clerk — James B. Bosr. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — Jonathan P. Couch. 

Door-Keeper — John P. Davis. 

Assistant Door-Keepers — David E. Williams, John Moora. 

Albany — Levi Shaw, Samuel Stephens, Simon Veedo*. 

Allegany — Nathaniel Coe, Horatio B. Biddle. 

Brooms — John B. Bogers. 

Cattaraugus — James Burt, Marcus H. Johnson. 

Cayuga — Ashbel Avery, Benjamin F. Hall, Bobert Hume. 

Chatdauque — Forbes Johnson, Marcius Simons, Elijah Watera. 

Chemung — Sylvester Hazen. 

Chenango — Bensselaer W. Clark, Erastus Dickinson, Daniel NofM. 

Clinton— Julius C. Hubbell. 

Coiumbia—WnWaan A. Carpenter, Uriah Edwards, Petwr P. 



MSMBEBS OF ASSEKBLT. 229' 

CoriSkmd — Piatt F. €k^w, John Kingman, Jr. 

Delaware — Edward J. Burhans, Jesse Palmer. 

J}uiches3-^A\extLnder H. Coffin, John E. Mead, Amhrose L. Pinnej^. 

Mrie — Daniel Lee, Elisha Smith, Amos Wright. 

Essex — Gideon Hammond. 

Franklin — Francis D. Flanders. 

FvUon and Hamilton — James Harris. 

Genesee — Charles P. Brown, Cheater Hannnm. 

Greene — Robert C. Field, Lemuel C. Stimson. 

Herkimer — Michael Hoffman, Peter H. Warren. 

Jefferson — Samuel Bond, William Carlisle, Eli West. 

Kings — William Burbank, Jacob Rapelje. 

Lewis — Album Foster. 

Livingston — Gardner Arnold, Daniel D. Spencer. 

Madison — Ralph I. Gates, Thomas Keith, Alfred Medbery. 

Monroe — Ashley Sampson, Moses Sperry, Edward Wadhams. 

Montgomery — Clark B. Cochrane, Morgan L. Harris. 

New -York — Joseph S. Bosworth, Michael Burke, Thomas N. Can*, 
Auguste Davezac, Joshua Fleet, George G. Glasier, William H. Jansen, 
Thomas Jeremiah, George S. Mann, John £. Ross, Edward Sanford, James 
H. Suydam, Richard S. Williams. 

Niaga/ra — John Sweeney, Luther Wilson. 

Onnda — Justus Childs, James Douglas, Richard Empey, Horatio 
Seymour. 

Onondaga — Warner Abbott, Thomas G. Alyord, Beth Hutchinsoii, 
Elisha Litchfield. 

Ontario — Lorenzo Clark, Israel Huntington, Henry Pardee. 

Oi'ange — Leonard Lee, Dayid H. Smith, George W. Tuthill. 

Orleans — Sands Cole. 

Oswego — William F. Allen, Alban Strong. 

Otsego — George S. Gorham, William W. Snow, Kahum Thompson. 

Putnam — Saxton Smith. 

Queens — Samuel Youngs. 

Rensselaer — John L. Cole, George B. Warren, Jonathan E. Whipple. 

Richmond — William Nickles. 

Rockland — John Haring, Jr. 

St, Lawrence — Calvin T. Hulburd, George Redington. 

Saratoga — James Ghroom, Ezra Wilson. 

Schenectady — Archibald L. Linn. 

Schoharie — Seth Eldredge, John Spickerman. 

Seneca — Helim Sutton, 

Steuben — John Jamison, Asa McConnell, Jeffery Smith. 

Suffolk ^QilBS Horton, Richard W. Smith. 

Sullivan — Amos Y. Grant. 

7%}^a — Nathaniel W. Davis. 

Tompkins — Peter Lounsbury, Charles M. Tumei 

Ulster — Abraham D. Bevier, Samuel Reynolds. 

Warren-^ John F. Sherrill. 

Washington — John Barker, John W. Proudfit. 

Wayne — Austin Roe, Isaac R. Sanford. 

We§khe8ter — Andrew Findlay , Charles Wright. 

Wyoming — Truman Benedict, Leveret Spring. 

Yaies — Thomas Seamans. 

20 



230 HBKBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 

SixTY-£^aHTH Session — 1845, 

Began January 1 ; ended May 14, 1845. 

Speaker -^UOUATIO SEYMOUR, of Oneida. 

Clerk — Jamcs B. Rose. 

Sergeant-ai-Arms — David B. Grout. 

Door-Keeper — Elbridge B. Fenn. 

Assistant Doer-Keepers — Israel B. Neahr, Isaac C. Sheldon. 

AJham,y — Clarkson F. Crosby, Ira Harris, Leonard Litchfield. 

AUegany — Nathaniel Coe, John G. Collins. 

Broome — Cyrus Johnson. 

Cattaraugus — Beth Field, Roderick White. 

Cayuga — David Gould, Leonard Scaring, William Titnn 

Chautauque — Samuel A. Brown, Henry C. Frisbee, Jeremiah Mann. 

Chemung — Patrick McKey. 

Chenango — Joel Burdick, Solomon S. Hall, Charles B. Miller. 

Clinton — Noyes P. Gregory. 
' Columbia — Peter I. Bachman, Elijah Bagg, William M. Bunker. 

CorHand — George J. J. Barber, John Pierce 2d. 

Delaware — John McDonald, Linus Porter. 

Dutchess — Epenetus Crosby, Freeborn Gkirretson, Walter ShermaiL 

Erie — John T. Bush, Truman Dewey, Daniel Lee. 

Essex — ^ John C. Hammond. 

Franklin — Hiram Horton. 

Fulton and Hamilton — Garrett A. Newkirk. 

Oenesee — Chester Hannum, Aaron Long. 

Oreene — Deliverance B. Hervey, Gerret W. Sager. 

Herkimer — Alexander H. Buell, William C. Crain. 

Jefferson — ^Lysander H. Brown, Azel W. Danfbrth, Edward 8. 
Salisbury. 

ITin^s— Richard L. Wyckoff, Daniel D. Wynant. 

Lewis — Dean S. Howard. 

Livingston — Harlow W. Wells, John Young. 

Madison — Stephen G. Sears, William Smith, John I. Walrath. 

Monroe — William C. Bloss, John McVean, Isaac T. Raymond. 

Montgomery — John L. Bevens, Peter H. Fonda. 

New - York— '^W C. Blake, John Culver, John J. R. De Puy, Jacob 
L. Fenn, Harvey Hunt, James Jarvis, Frederick E. Mather, Roderick 
N. Morrison, Severn D. Moulton, Thomas H. Oakley, William S. Boss, 
Abraham G. Thompson, Jr., David E. Wheeler. 

Niagara — Levi F. Bowue, John Sweeney. 

Oneida — Andrew Billings, Merit Brooks, Calvert Comstock, Horatio 
Seymour. 

Onondaga — Julius C. Einne, Dennis McCarthy, David Preston, Luke 
I. Tefft 

Ontario — Timothy Buel, Jr., Israel Huntington, Alvah Worden. 

Ora;»^0— John Brooks, Thornton M. Niven, Richard M. TnthiU, Jr. 

OfUans — Gardner Goold. 

Oswego — Thomas Skelton, Luny Thayer. 

OIm^o — Franklm B. Carpenter, Christopher D. Fellows, "Basnf 0. 
Harden. 

Futnaim — Beqjamfai Bailey. 

flM« mi — Elbert F. Jones. 



MEMBERS OF ASEEMBLT. 231 

Rensseiaer — Harry Beits, Byer HeermaDoe, William H. Van Scfaoon- 
hoven. 

Richmond — Peter Mersereau. 

Rockland — Joseph P. Brower. 

Si. Lawrence — Asa L. Hazellon, John L. BusselL 

Saratoga — Edward Edwards, William Wilcox. 

Schenectady — William Gififord. 

Schoharie — Seymour Boughton, Henry Tibbets. 

Seneca — Robert L. Stevenson. 

Steuben — WiUiBLm C. Rogers, Ansel C. Smith, Jacob Va^^ Valken- 
burgh. 

Suffolk — John H. Dayton, Darling B. Whitney. 

Suuttfan — Harvey R. Morris. 

Tioga — Gideon 0. Chase. 

Tompkins — Sherman Miller, Lyman Strowbridge. 

Ulster — Reuben H. Hine, Irwin Pai'dee. 

Warren — James Cameron. 

Washington — James Rice, John Stevenson. 

Wayne — John J. Dickson, Alanson M. Knapp. 

Westchester — Anthony Constant, Thomas R. Lee. 

Wyoming — Leverett Spring, Andrew W. Young. 

Yates — Ezekiel Casner. 

Sixty-Ninth Session — 1846. 

Began January 6 ; ended May 13, 1846. 

Speaker— WILLI AU C. CRAIN, of Herkimer. 
Clerk — William W. Dean. 
Sergeant-at'Arms — Samuel S. Wood. 
Door-Keeper — Horatio G. Pope. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — Israel R. Neahr. 

Albany— In. Harris, Thomas L. Shafer, Robert D. Watson. 

AUegany — Nathaniel Coe, John G. Collins. 

Broome — Salphronius H. French. 

Cattaraugus — Elijah A. Rice, Gideon Searl. 

Cayuga — Samuel Bell, William J. Comwell, John T. Rathbun. 

Chautauque — Madison Bumell, Valorus Lake, Elisha Ward. 

Chemung — Abraham Primmer. 

Chenango — Solomon Ensign, Jr., William G. Sands, EUram E. Storrs. 

Clinton — Noyes P. Gregory. 

Colimbia — William E. Heermance, Jeremiah Hover, Levi Pitts. 

Cortland — Amos Graves, John Miller. 

D^aware — Orrin Foote, Reuben Lewis. 

Dutchess — Elnathan Haxtun, George T. Pierce,' Daniel Sherwood. 

Erie — John T. Bush, Nathan K. Hall, James Wood. 

Essex — Caleb D. Barton. 

I^anklin — Sidney Lawrence. 

FiUton and Bamuton — Clark S. Grinnell. 

Oenesee — Heman Blodget, Aaron Long. 

Chreeiu — Neely Lawrence, Peter W. Van Bergen. 

Herkimer — William C. Crain, Henry Eysaman. 

> Contested by Epenetiu Croabj. 



232 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

Mferaon — Henderson Howk, Elihn M. McNeil, Levi Miller. 

ESngs — Gamaliel King, John A. Yoorhees. 

Letpu — Nelson J. Beach. 

Liffingston — William S. Fullerton, John Tonng. 

Madison — Horace Hawks, Thomas T. Loomis, Stephen M. Potter. 

Monroe — Mathias L. Angle, William C. Bloss, James B. Thompson. 

Montgomery — Benjamin Begird, Theodoric R. Liddle. 

New 'York — Joseph C. Albertson, Gerardns Boyce, John E. Delevin, 
Joshua Fleet, Robert H. Ludlow, Wilson Small, Thomas Spofiford, Jonathan 
D. Stevenson, Alexander Stewart, Samuel J. Tildcn, James H. Titus, John 
Townsend, Alexander Wells. 

Niagara — Lot Clark, Morgan Johnson. 

Oneida — Chauncey C. Cook, Benjamin F. Cooper, Daniel G. Dorrance, 
Russel Fuller. 

Onondaga — Julius C. Einne, Elihu L. Phillips, Lake I. Tefit, Alonzo 
Wood. 

Ontario — Elias Cost, Joseph C. Shelton, Alvah Worden. 

Orange — William L. Benedict, Wilkius Seacord, Robert R. Thompson. 

Orleans — Dexter Kingman. 

Oswego— — Reuben Drake, Thomas Skelton. 

Otsego — Ebenezer Blakely, Delos W. Dean, Benjamin Morehouse. 

Pi/^Ttam -^ Benjamin Bailey. 

Queens — John Willis. 

Rensselaer — Henry Z. Hayner, Samuel C. McClellan, Justus Nolton. 

Richmond — George H. Cole. 

Rockland — Sampson Marks. 

St. Lawrence — Asa L. Hazelton, Bishop Perkins. 

Saratoga — Chauncey Boughton, James M. Marvin. 

Schenectady — David M. Moore. 

Schoharie — Thomas Lawyer, Thomas Smith. 

Seneca — Alanson Wood worth. 

Steuben — Andrew G. Chatfield, Otis F. Marshall, William C. Rogers. 

Suffolk — Samuel B. Gardiner, Richard A. Udall. 

SuMivan — Richard Oliver. 

IHoga — Gideon 0. Chase. 

Tompkins — James W. Montgomery, Henry S. Walbridge. 

Ulster — Charles Dmke, Joseph W. Low. 

Warren — Winfield S. Sherwood. 

Washington — James M. Foster, Lodewecus S. Viele. 

Wayne — Elias Durfee, James T. Wisner. 

Westchester — John R. Hay ward, Ezra Marshall. 

Wyoming — Arden Woodruff, Andrew W. Young. 

Fa/M— George W. Wolcott. 

Seventieth Session — 1847. 

First meeting began January 5 ; ended May 13, 1847. 
Second meeting began September 8 ; ended December 16, 184). 

Speaker --WILLIAM. C. HASBROUCE, of Orange. 
Clerk — Philander B. Prindle. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Daniel B. Davis. 
Door-Keeper — Asa W. Carpenter. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — De Witt C. Crocker. 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 233 

Albany — John Fuller, John I. Gallap, ValenUoe Treadwell, Bobtrt D. 
Watoon. 

AUegany — Groyer Leavens, Samuel Russell. 

Broome — Oliver C. Crocker. 

Cattaraugus — Rufus Crowley, Joseph E. Weeden. 

Ckiyuga — Samuel Bell, William I. Corn well, John T. Rathbun. 

Chaittayqu€ — Madison Burnell, Charles J. Orton. 

Chemung — William Maxwell. 

Chenango — Ransom Balcom, David McWhorter. 

CUnion — Rufus Heaton. 

Columbia — John S. Gould, William M. Miller. 

Cortland — Timothy Green. 

Delauf are— John C. Allaben, Donald Shaw. 

Dutchess — Epenetus Crosby, Walter Sherman, Aves L Vanderbilt. 

Erie — Obadiah J. Green, John D. Howe, Horatio Shumway, William 
H. Pratt. 

Essex — William H. Butrick. 

Franklin — Joseph R. Flanders. 

Fulton and Hamilton — Darius Moore. 

Oenesee — Heman Blodgett, Alonzo S. Upham. 

Oreene — William V. B. Adams, Almeron Marks. 

Herkimer — Abyah Beckwith, Jefferson Tillinghast. 

Jejferson — John Boy den, Samuel J. Davis, John D. Davison. 

Kings — John A. Emmons, Ebenezer W. Peck, Abraham D. Soper. 

Lewis — Thomas Baker. 

Livingston — William S. Fullerton, Andrew Sill. 

Madison — George T. Taylor, Peter Van Valkenburgh. 

Monroe — William C. Bloss, John McGonegal, JohnB. Smith. 

MontgoTnery — Gamaliel Bowdish, Andrew S. Gray. 

New-T<yrk — Alexander M. Ailing, Charles Baxter,* John H. Bowie, 
Lyman Candee, Edward R. Carp)enter, David J. Chatfield, John B. 
Develin, Dennis Garrison, Henry Keyser, James C. Rutherford, Daniel 
E. Sickles, Wilson Small, Norman B. Smith, Alexander Stewart, 
Michael Walsh, Uzziah Wenman. 

iV«a$fatia—>- Benjamin Carpenter, Christopher H. Skeele. 

Onetda^-^NvithKn Burchard, Abel E. Chandler, Isaac Curry, John 
Dean. 

Onondaga — William Henderson, John Lakin, Manoah Pratt, Joseph 
Prindle. 

Ontario — Emery B. Pottle, Ezra Pierce. 

Oraoige — Joseph Davis, William C. Hasbrouck, Hudson McFarlin* 

Orleans — Abner Hubbard. 

Oswego — Orrin R. Earl, M. Lindley Lee. 

Otsego — Cyrus Brown, Francis U. Fenno, William Temple. 

Putna^n — Benjamin B. Benedict 

Queens— lessen S. Smith. 

Rensselaer — Joseph Gregory, Amos E. Hadley, David S. MeNamariL 

Riehmond — (George H. Cole. 

Roddand — John A. Hanng. 
. 8t. Lawrence — Phinehas Attwater, Henry Barber, Bishop Perkina 

Saratoga — Joseph Daniels, Thomas C. Morgan. 

SchJenedady — David Caw. 



> Betigiied in Jamimry, on being commiMioned In army in Mezioo. 

*20 



034 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Schoharie — Elisha Hammond, Thomas Smith. 

Seneca — Ansel Bascom. 

Steuben — Hiram Chapman, William Diyen, William Hunter. 

Suffolk — Henry Landon, John L. Smith. 

iSiiWtmn — William B. Wright.' 

Tioga — Charles R, Barstow. 

Tompkins — Samuel Lawrence, Henry W. Sage. 

Ulster — Jacob H. De Witt, John D. L. Montanye.' 

Warren — John Hodgson 2d. 

Washington — Adolplms F. Hitchcock, Samuel McDowal. 

Wayne — Samuel Moore, Isi'ael R. Southard. 

Westchester — James E. Beers,* Ezra Marshall. 

Wyoming — Arden Woodruff. 

Yates — Nehemiah Baplee. 



Seventy-First Session — 1 848. 

Began January 4; ended April 12, 1848. 

leaker -^ AMOS K. HADLEY, of Rensselaer. 
C^erk — PeiLANDEa B. Prindle. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Samuel H. Marks. 
Door-Keeper — John Davies. 

Assistant Door-Keepers — Samuel Merclain, E. D. S. Tonng. 



Albany: Biat. 

Edward S. Willett, 1 

Frederick Mathias, 2 

Robert H. Prnyn, 3 

Henry A. Brigham, 4 

AUegany: 

John Wheeler, 1 

WUliamCobb, 2 

Broome: 

Jeremiah Hull. 

Cattaraugus: 

James G. Johnson 1 

Marcus H. Johnson, 2 

C(vyuga: 

Ebenezer Curtis, 1 

John I. Brinckerhoff, 2 

Hector C. Tuthill 8 

Chautauque : 

John H. Pray, 1 

David H. Treadway, 2 

Chemung: 

George W. Buck. 

€henaiigo: 

Levi H. Case, 1 

Ezra P. Church, 2 

dmttm: 

BoAis Heaton, 



Cdumbia : Bist 

Jonas H. Miller, 1 

Charles B. Osbom, 2 

Cortland : 

James Comstock. 

Delaware: 

Piatt Townsend, 1 

John Calhoun, 2 

Dutchess: 

Edgar Vincent, 1 

David Collins, Jr., 2 

James Hammond, 8 

Erie: 

Elbridge G. Spanlding, • . • , 1 

Harry Slade, 2 

IraE. Irish 8 

Charles C. Severance, 4 

Essex * 

William H. Botrick. 

Franklin: 

Elo6 L. Winslow. 

Fulton and Hamitton: 
Isaac Benedick 

Oenesee: 

Tracy Pardee, ' 1 

Alonzo S. Upham, 2 



> Bcilgiied fB Jnlj, havlnff been ele 

• Oontetted by -iHao L. ^Mbrouelc* 

• OoBtfMtod 1^ John B. Hayward. 



WafBEBg OF ABSBMBUr. 



!236 



Cfreene: Diit. 

Alexander H. Palmer, l 

Frederick A. Fenn, 2 

Herkimer : 

James Feeter, 1 

Lawrence L. Meny, 2 

JeJFerson : 

Benjamin Maxson, 1 

Harvey D. Parker, 2 

Fleury Keitb, 3 

Kings: 

Ebenezer W. Peck, 1 

Edwards W. Fiske, 2 

John A. Cross, 3 

I^euns: 

David D. Reamer. 

lAffingston : 

Gurdon Nowlen, 1 

Nathaniel Coe, 2 

Madison : 

John T. G. Bailey, 1 

George Grant, 2 

Monroe: 

Ezra Sheldon, 1 

Abraham M. Schennerhorn, 2 

Isaac Chase, Jr., 3 

Monigomery : 

Asa Bowman, 1 

William A. Haslet, 2 

New 'York: 

J. Phillips Ph<3enix, 1 

James Bowen, 2 

John H. Bowie, 3 

John F. Rodman, 4 

. Peter H. Titus, 6 

. Samuel G. Raymond, 6 

WiDiam B. Meech, 7 

. Thomas Charlock, 8 

Dennis Garrison, 9 

Martih H. Truesdell, 10 

Alexander Stewart, 11 

Michael Walsh, 12 

Erastus C. Benedict, 13 

Robert G. Campbell, 14 

Merwin R. Brewer, 16 

James Brooks, 16 

Niagara: 

fitias Ransom, 1 

Solomon Moss, 2 

Oneida: 

Luke Smith, 1 

Warren Converse 2 

Bloomfield J. Beach, 3 

. . Httoiy Wa^sdr, 4 



Onondaga: DM. 

James Little, i 

Horace Hazen, 2 

Thomas Spencer, 8 

Curtis J. Hurd, 4 

Ontario: 

Charles 8. Brother, 1 

Hiram Ashley, 2 

Orange : 

Stephen Rapclje, 1 

George Houston, 2 

Augustus P. Thompson, ... 8 

Orleans: 

Arba Chubb. 

Oswego : 

M. Lindley Lee, 1 

Andrew Z. McCarty, 2 

Otsego : 

Benjamin Davis, 1 

OlcotC. Cbamberlin, 2 

Elisha S. Sanders, 8 

Putn4Mn : 

Chauncey R. Weeks. 

Queens: 

Wessel S. Smith. 

Rensselaer: 

Amos K. Hadley, 1 

George T. Denison, 2 

George W. Glass, 8 

Richmond : 

Ephraim J. Totten. 

Rockland: 

Lawrence J. Snedea 

St. Lawrence: 

Charles G. Myers, 1 

John S. Chipman, 2 

Benjamin Holmes, 8 

Saratoga: 

Cady Hollister l 

George Payn, 2 

Schenectady : 

Abraham W. Toll. 

Schoharie : 

Adam Mattioe, 1 

James Parsons, 2 

Seneca: 

John Kennedy. 

Steuben: 

AbelKendall 1 

John G. Mersereau, 2 

Alexander H. Stevens, 8 

Suffolk: 

Edwin Rose, 1 

. Wiljiapa S. &nith,. .,,,,. ,. 2 



236 



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OF ASSEMBLY. 



SM/van: IHst 

James F. Bash. 
JHoga: 

Erastus Goodrich. 
Tompkins : 

John Jessup, 1 

Alpheus West, .... 2 

Ulster : 

George A. Gay, 1 

Job B. Elmore, 2 

Warren: 

Albert Cheney. 



Wdshinffton: DbH^ 
Benjamin Crocker, ..••.... 1 
ElishaA. Martin, 2 

Wayne : 

Eliada Pettit, 1 

John Lapham, 2 

Westchester : 

Richard M. Underbill, 1 

Jared V. Peck, 2 

Wyoming : 

Paul Richards. 

Yates: 

Hatley N. Dox. 



Seventy-Second Session — 1849. 

Began January 2; ended April 11, L849. 

Speaker^ A.MOS K. HADLEY, of Rensselaer. 

Clerk — Philandkr B. Prindle. 

8ergeant-ai- Arms— ^Samuel S. Blanchard. 

Door-Keeper — Robert Grant 

Assistant Door-Keepers — Thomas E. Osbom, Samuel Merclain. 



Albany: Biat 

Hiram Barber, 1 

David Van Auken, 2 

Robert H. Pruyn, 8 

Joel A. Winjr, 4 

AUegany: 

Orville Boardman, 1 

Erastus H. Willard, 2 

BrooTnc: 
John 0. Whittaker. 

Cattaraugvs: 

Beth B. Crittenden, 1 

Horace C. Young, 2 

Cayuga: 

James D. Button, 1 

John L Brinckerhoff, 2 

Hector C. Tuthill, 8 

Chautauque: 

SiUs Terry, 1 

Ezekiel B. Gumsey, 2 

Ckemimg: 

Alvan Nash. 

C^kenango: 

James Clark, 1 

Alonco Johnson, 2 

CUnion: 

Albert G. Carver. 

Columbia: 

James M. Strever, 1 

Duiiel 8. OortlB, 2 



Cortland: Dlst. 

Ira Skeel. 

Delaware: 

James E. Thompson, 1 

Luther Butts, 2 

Dutchess: 

Edgar Vincent, 1 

Wesley Butts, 2 

James Hammond, 8 

Erie: 

Benoni Thompson, 1 

Augustus Raynor, 2 

Marcus McNeal, 8 

Luther Buxton, 4 

Essex: 

George W. Goff. 

Franklin: 

George B. B. Gove. 

Fulton and HamiUon: 
John Culbert. 

Genesee: 

Tracy Pardee, ^,,. 1 

Martin C. Ward, 2 

Oreene: 

Alexander H. Bailey, t 

Albert Tuttle,...,. 2 

Herkimer: 

Frederick P. BeDiiifar,..., 1 
Asa Wilcox, *« . S 



MBMBBBS 09 A88EIIBLT. 



237 



George Gates, 1 

John, L. Marsh, 2 

Bernard Bagley, 8 

Kings: 

Joseph Bonghton, 1 

Edwards W. Fiske, 2 

John A. Cross, 8 

Levois: 

Diodate Pease. 

LiviiigsUm: 

Archibald H. McLean, .... 1 

Philip H. Woodruff; 2 

Madison: 

David Maine, 1 

Robert G. Stewart, 2 

Monroe: 

Levi Eelsey, 1 

L. Ward Smith, 2 

Elisha Harmon, 8 

Montgomery: 

Frothingham Fish, 1 

Lewis Averill, 2 

New -York: 

Bphraim H. Hudson, 1 

James Bowen, 2 

Henry J. Allen, 8 

George J. Cornell, 4 

Samuel T. McEinncy, 6 

James W. Beekman, 6 

Abraham Van Orden, 7 

William Dodge,. 8 

Charles Perley, 9 

Garret H. Striker, 10 

Robert B. Folger, 11 

Daniel B. Taylor, 12 

Joseph B. Vamum, Jr., ... . 13 

Robert G. Campbell, U 

Merwin R. Brewer, 15 

Albert Gilbert, 16 

Niagara: 

Hollis White, 1 

Morgan Johnson, 2 

Oneida: 

Oliver Prescott, 1 

Nehemiah N. Pierce, 2 

James M. Elwood, 8 

Ohauncey Stevens, 4 

Joseph J. Glass, 1 

Myron Wheaton, 2 

Joseph Slodun, 8 

Bamuel Hart...... 4 



OfKUurio: 

Dolphin Stephenson, ••••• « 1 
Josiah Porter, ••• 2 

Orange .*• 

David C. Bull, 1 

David H. Mofiatt, Jr., . . . . 2 
Maurice Hoy t, 8 

Orleans: 

Reuben Roblee. 

OsMcego : 

Henry Fitzhugh, 1 

Edward W. Fox, 2 

Otsego: 

L. Mortimer Gilbert, 1 

David B. St. John, 2 

Charles 0. Noble, 8 

Putnam : 

James J. Smalley. 

Wessel S. Smith. 

Rensselaer: 

Amos K. Hadley, 1 

Benajah Allen 2 

William H. Budd 8 

Richauond: 

Gabriel P. Disosway. 

Rockland: 

Matthew D. Bogart. 

St, Lawrence : 

Harlow Goddard, 1 

Justus B. Pickit, 2 

Noble S. Elderkin, 8 

Saratoga: 

Roscius R. Kennedy, 1 

William W. Rockwell, 2 

Schenectady: 

Israel R. Green. 

Schoharie : 

David B. Danforth, 1 

Austin Sexton, 2 

Seneca: 

Jacob G. MarkolL 

Stevhen: 

Abraham J. QuackenbosSi . 1 

John G. Mersereau, 2 

JohnE. Hale, 8 

Suffoik: 

Edwin Rose, 1 

Nathaniel Miller 2 

SuMivan: 

James F. Bush. 

Tioga: 

Ezra S. Sweet 



238 



XEMBSOtS OF AS8E1IBLT. 



flompkini: Dlit 

DariuiHall, 1 

Charles J. Roanserille, • • • . 2 

UUter: 

Peter Criflpell, Jr., 1 

James Q. Graham, 2 

Warren: 

Reuben Wells. 

Washington : 

Le Roy Mowry, 1 

Alexander Robertson, 2 



Wayn$: 

Isaac Loa?enworth, • • . 1 
Peter Boyce, • 2 

Wettehetter : 

William H. Robertson, 1 

Harvey Kidd, 2 

Wyoming : 

Paul Richards. 

Yates : 

John Wisewell. 



Sevknty-Tiiird Session — 1 860. 

Began January 1 ; ended April 10, 1850. 

(NOBLE 8. ELDERKIN, of St. Lawrence. 
Speakers— IhOBERT H. PRUYN, of Albany. 

(FERRAL C. DININNY, of Steuben. 
Clerk — James R. Rose. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Samuel Reynolds. 
Door-Keeper-^ John K. Anderson. 
Assistant DooT'Keepers — Matthew Higgins, Thomas Hollenbcck. 



Albany: Dl«t- 

Cornelius Vanderzee, 1 

JoelB. Nott, 2 

Robert H. Pruyn, 8 

Wiliam S. Shepherd, 4 

Allegany: 

Anthony T. Wood, 1 

Joseph Corey, 2 

Broome : 

Edward Y. Park. 

Caita/raugus : 

Frederick S, Martin, 1 

Horace C. Young, 2 

Ca/yuga: 

Uiram Koon, 1 

John Ricliardson, 2 

Ashbel Avery 8 

ChoMta/uque: 

John P. Hall, 1 

Samuel Barrett, 2 

Chemung: 
Phllo Jones. 

Chenango: 

Isaac L. F. Cushman, 1 

RuAis Chandler, 2 

ClimUm: 

Oorton T. Thomas. 

Cdwmhia : 

Philip G. Lasher, 1 

JitoH. Overhisek', 2 



Cortland : DItt 

Lewis Kingsley. 

Velatffare: 

George H. Wisnor, 1 

Richard Morse, •... 2 

Dutchess: 

Cliarles Robinson, 1 

Miner C. Story, 2 

Stephen Haight,...«« 3 

Erie: 

Orlando Allen, «. 1 

Elijah Ford, 2 

Ira E. Irish, 8 

Joseph Candee, 4 

£ssex: 

George W. Goff. 

Franklin : 

William A. Wheeler. 

Fviton and HamiHon: 
Cyrus H. Brownell. 

Oenesee : 

John C. Gardner, , . , 1 

Martin 0. Ward, 2 

Oreene : 

Alonzo Green, \ 

Theodore L. Provost, 2 

Herkimer : 

AsaVickerr. 1 

Humphrey G. Boot, • . 2 



John WliMlow 

Joel HaworLh, 

Alfred Fox 

Joseph A. Yard, 

Bdwards 8. W.Fisk,... 
John H. Baker, 

Johu Kewkirk. 

Alexftoder H. McLean, , 

Pliilip Woudriiir, 

Miditon: 

John Clark, 

tliomas 0. Bishop, 

Monroe 

M. DayHichs, 

J,. Ward Smith, 

£lisha Haiinon 

MxttavMery: 

Sftmiwl O. Qreen, 

Chailea Hubba, 

John H. Wliite, 

JaiDM Bowen, 

Henry J, Allen 

Abraham Wakciuiui,. . ., 

miomas Trusluu 

Joiiatban W. Atlen 

Henrj J. Raymmid 

Benjamin W. Bnullurd,. 
Jeremiah V. D. Fowlsr, 

James Monrue 

OiHiertC. Deane 

Abraham B. Davis 

Joseph B. Vamoni, 

George 6. Water*, 

JobQ J. Townsend, 

Albert Gilbert 

Ifiagara; 

George W, Jermain, 

Jaues Tan Horn, Jr., . . 

ftilliam j: Bacon 

Balph Mclntusb 

Sobcrt Frazier 

Lntber Lelaud, 

OlMltdaga: 

Jamea Ltttle 

B^amia J. Conies, . . . 



Elias W. Lwmnwortta S 

Harvey G. Andiewa, 4 

Oniario! 

John L. Dox 1 

Joaiah Porter S 

William Graham 1 

Alberta. Owen, 2 

Daniel Fiillerton,' > 

Daniel T. Durland,' S 

Or/raw; 

Siloa M. BiirroQgha. 

Oswego : 

William Lewis 1 

LukeD. Smith 2 

Otiego; 

Amt»i C. Parahall, 1 

Joseph Peck, 2 

Edward Pratt 3 

FiOtiam. 

William Bowne. 

John S. Bnedeker. 

Btntieltur; ' 

George Lesley, 1 

Edward P. Pickett 2 

Lansing Bheldon 8 

Ricktnond : 

Benjamin P. PralL 

Brenster J. Allison. 

Harlow Oodard, 1 

John Horton 2 

Noble S. ElderkiD, S 

James Noxon 1 

Frederick J. Wing, 2 

Schmtctady : 
Jamea Allen. 

Schoharit : 

Daniel D. Dodge, 1 

John Avery 2 

Alfred BoltOD. 
Steiiben: 

Edwin P. Church, 1 

Ferret C. DiniDDy, 2 

Jamea Alley, i 



It «H noUMMlbr DutaDd, who aoMeadad. Fsbtnly M, 



240 



MKMBRM OF ASSEKBLT. 



Ajfofib: DM. 

David Pienon, 1 

Walter Scudder, 2 

SuUivan : 

James F. Bush. 
IHoga: 

Isaac Lott. 

Tompkins : 

Henry Brewer, 1 

EliasW. Cady, 2 

Ulster: 

Milton Sheldon, 1 

John P. Davis, 2 



W(Mren: 

Cyrus Bamhim 1 

Washinffton : 

David Sill, 1 

Calvin Pease, 2 

Wayne : 

James M. Wilson 1 

ElihuDurfbe, 2 

Westchester : 

William H. Robertson, 1 

Jesse Lyon, 2 

Wyoming : 

James Sprague. 

Yates: 

Melatiah H. Lawrence. 



Seventy-Fourth Session — 1851. 

First meeting began January 7 ; ended April 17, 1851. 
Second meeting began June 10; ended July 11, 1851. 

a« 1.^. 3 HENRY J. RAYMOND, of New-York ( 1st meeting ) 
apeaxers — ^ j^g ^ VARNUM, Jr., of New- York ( 2d meeting ). 
(Jlerk — Richard U. Sherman. 
* Ser geant-at' Arms -^WiWett B. Goddard. 
Door-Keeper — Samuel R. Tuell. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — John Parks, Thomas E. Osbom. 



Albany: Dist. 

Robert Babcock, 1 

Adam L Shultes 2 

Hamilton Harris, 8 

EliPerry 4 

Allegany : 

Emery E. Norton 1 

Anson Congdon, 2 

BrooTne: 

Roger W. Hinds. 

Ckttiaraugus : 

Alonzo A. Gregory 1 

William J. Nelson, 2 

Cayuga : 

LeviColvin, 1 

George Underwood , 2 

Delos Bradley, 8 

Chaviauqve: 

Austin Smith, 1 

Daniel W. Douglass, 2 

CkmMOigx 

Samuel Minier. 

OkoMmgo: 

Levi Harris ••.••• 1 

LuiuuilDgersoU, 8| 



Clinton : Dirt. 

Henry G. Hewit. 
Columhia : 

John D. Langdon, 1 

Philetus W. Bishop, 2 

Cortland : 

Alvan Kellogg. 

Delatpare: 

Samuel Doyle, 1 

William Gleason, Jr., 2 

Dutchess : 

Charles Robinson, • 1 

Howland R. Sherman, 2 

William H. FcUer, 8 

Brie: 

Orlando Allen, 1 

William A. Bir4, 2 

Henry Atwood, •»•• 8 

Charles C. Severance, 4 

Essex: 

Abraham Weldtti. 

Franklin: 

Willliam A. Wheeler. 

Fulton and HdmiHcm: 
John Stewart. 



MEMBEBS OF A88EMBLT. 



241 



ihnesee: DW- 

Albert Rowe, 1 

LeviFisk, 2 

Oreene: 

J. Atwater Cooke, 1 

Henry Kinsley, 2 

Herkimer: 

John H. Wooster, 1 

Daniel Shall, 2 

Jefferson : 

William A. Gilbert, 1 

John Pool, Jr., 2 

Lorin Bushnell, 8 

Kings : 

George E. Baker, 1 

Howard C. Cady, 2 

Edward T. Backhouse, .... 8 

Lewis: 

Caleb Lyon, of Lyonsdale,* 
Dean S. Howard.' 

Livingston : 

Alvin Chamberlin, 1 

Orrin D. Lake, 2 

Madison: 

Jarius French, 1 

Franklin B. Hoppin, 2 

Monroe: 

Nathaniel H. Fordyce, 1 

William A. Fitzhugh, 2 

Caleb B. Corser, 3 

Montgomery: 

Solomon P. Heath, 1 

Conrad P. Snell, 2 

New ' York : 

Albert A. Thompson, 1 

Charles B. Swords, 2 

Henry J. Allen, 8 

Abndiam Wakeman, i 

Michael Dougherty, 6 

Wyllis Blackstone, 6 

Henry J. Raymond, 7 

Smiford Macomber, 8 

John Ryan, 9 

LebbensB Ward, 10 

James Dewey, 11 

William 8. Gregory, 12 

Joseph B. Varnum, Jr., ... . 13 

George Clark, 14 

John J. Townsend, 16 

William D. Greene, 16 



Niagara : W^ 

Abijah H. Moss, 1 

Jeptha W. Babcock, ...... 2 

Oneida: 

Joseph Benedict, 1 

Lorenzo Rouse, 2 

Lewis Rider, 8 

George Brayton, 4 

Onondaga: 

Demosthenes C. Le Roy, ... 1 

John F.Clark, 2 

George Stevens, 8 

Daniel Denison, 4 

Ontario : 

Thomaa J. McLouth, 1 

Henry Pardee, 2 

Orange : 

Oliver Belknap, 1 

Phinehas Rumsey, 2 

Milton Barnes, 8 

Orleans: 

Silas M. Burroughs. 

Oswego: 

Moses P. Hatch,' 1 

William P. Curtis,* 1 

Benjamin F. Lewis, 2 

Otsego: 

Henry J. Campbell, 1 

Edwin S. Coffin, 2 

Worthington Wright, 8 

Puinam : 

William Bowne. 

Queens : 

James Maurice. 

Rensselaer : 

George Lesley, 1 

William Russell, 2 

Oliver C. Thompson, 8 

Richmond: 

William H. Anthon. 

Rockland ; 

Jacob Sickles. 

St, Lawrence: 

Smith Stilwell, 1 

John Horton, < > 2 

Noble S. Elderkin, 8 

Saratoga: 

Abraham Leggett, 1 

John L. Perry, 2 

Schenectady: 

Reuben Ell wood. 



> Berigned, April 96. * Resigned, AprU 17. 

• Sd meettngi m plaoe of Ljcm, rwigned. « 2d meettng, in place of Hakih, ralgabed^ 



21 



£42 



MElfBERS OF ASSEKBLT. 



Sthchcurie: ^^ 

Lewis Rockwell, 1 

Abraham L. Lawyer, 2 

Setieca: 

Orin Southwick. 

Sttuhen : 

Charles G. Higby, 1 

James H. Miles 2 

Joel Carrington, 8 

Suffolk: 

Franklin Tuthill 1 

Egbert T. Smith, 2 

SuUivan : 

Jonathan Stratton. 

^Tioga: 

James Ely. 

Tompkins : 

Alexander Qraham, 1 

Beqjamin G. Ferris, 2 



Ulster: IHrt. 

William F. Russell, 1 

John P. Davis, 2 

Warren: 

David Noble 2d. 

Washington : 

Thomas C. Whiteside, 1 

James Farr, 2 

Wayne : 

Edward W. Bottom, 1 

Theron G. Yeomans, 2 

Westchester: 

Daniel Clark Briggs, 1 

Theodore H. Ben^ict,.... 2 
Wyoming : 

Wolcott J. Humphrey. 
Yates : 

Samuel Jayne, Jr. 



Seventy-Fifth Session — 1852. 

Began January 6; ended April 16, 1852. 

Speaker—JOIHAS C. HEARTT, of Rensselaer. 

Clerk — Richard U. Sherman. 

Sergeant-ai-Arms — Joseph W. Caldwell. 

Door-Keeper — Nathan Chamberlin . 

Assistant Door-Keepers — Archibald Smith, Asa Baldwin. 



Albany: Disu 

Hugh Swift, 1 

George M. Sayles, 2 

Teunis Van Vechten, Jr.,.. 8 
Robert Harper, A 

Allegany : 

John Wheeler, 1 

John R. Hartshorn,. •••••. 2 

Sroome: 

William L. Ford. 

Cattaraugus: 

Stephen S. Cole, 1 

Alexander Sheldon, 2 

Cayuga : 

William Hayden, 1 

George Underwood 2 

Delos Bradley, 8 

Ohauiauq%»e: 

Austin Smith, 1 

Jeremiah Ellsworth, 2 

Cktmung: 

James B. Van Etten 

O^iinimgo: 

Thompson White, 1 

Joseph P. Chamberlin,. ... 2 



Diit. 



Clinton : 

Jacob H. Holt. 

Colwmbia : 

Wesley R. Gallup,. ...•••. 1 
George Van Santvooid, ... 2 

Corttand: 

George W. Bradford. 

Delaware: 

Hezekiah Elwood, 1 

Lewis Mills, 2 

Dutchess: 

John S. Emans, 1 

John M. Keese, 2 

Augustus Martin, 8 

Erie: 

Israel T. Hatch 1 

Jasper B. Toong, 2 

Aaron Riley, 8 

Joseph Bennett, 4 

Essex: 

Abraham Wddoo. 

Franklin: 

Darins W. Lawrence. 

FviUcn and EamtUom: 
Alfred N. Haner. 



HEMBEB8 OF ASSEMBLY. 



243 



Oemesee: Bltt 

Albert Bowe, 1 

Levi Fisk, 2 

Greene: 

Norman H. Gray, 1 

Thomas Bedell, Jr., 2 

Herkimer: 

John Hoover,. ... 1 

Charles Belong, 2 

Jefferson: 

William A. Gilbert, 1 

Merrill Coburn, 2 

William Rouse, 3 

Kings: 

John Berry, 1 

Waldo Hutchens, 2 

Samuel £. Johnson, 8 

Leufis: 

John Benedict. 

Limngston: 

Al vin Chamberlin, 1 

Orrin B. Lake 2 

Madison: 

George B. Rowe,.... .... 1 

Henry L. Webb 2 

Monroe: 

John Shoecraft, 1 

Joel P. Milliner, 2 

Caleb B. Corser, 8 

Montgomery : 

John I. Bavis, 1 

William Clark, 2 

MeW'Tork: 

William Minor, 1 

Patrick G. Maloney, 2 

Joseph Rose, Jr., 3 

Theodore A. Ward, 4 

John Brown, 6 

Wyllis Blackstone, 6 

Freeborn G. Luckey, 7 

Moses B. Gale 8 

Aaron B. BolIinSj 9 

James Monroe, 10 

David O'Keefe, Jr., 11 

Michael Walsh, 12 

William Taylor,. 13 

Andrew Leary, 14 

Thomas P. St. John, 15 

Ephraim L. Snow,* 16 

Hiagara: 

Abijah H. Moss 1 

Jeptha W. Babcock, , 2 



Oneida: Dl* 

George D. Williams, 1 

Chauncey S. Butler, 2 

Henry Sandford, 8 

John J. Castle, 4 

Onondaga: 

Lyman Norton, 1 

William £. Tallman, 2 

George Stevens, 8 

John Merritt, 4 

Onta/rio: 

William B. Pettit, 1 

Elnathan U. Simmons,..,. 2 

Orange: 

Hugh B. Bull, 1 

James B. Stevens, 2 

Abraham J. Cuddeback,... 8 

Orleans : 

George M. Copeland. 

Oswego: 

Edwin C. Hart, 1 

James T. Gibson, 2 

Otsego: 

Hanson Wright, 1 

Erastus King, 2 

Harvey Keyos, 8 

Putnam: 

Nathan A. Howes. 

Queens: 

Sylvanus S. Smith. 

Rensselaer: 

Jonas C. Heartt, 1 

Albert E. Richmond, 2 

William H. Herrick 8 

Richm^md: 

Lawrence H. Cortelyou. 

Rockland: 

John Bemarest. 

St. Lawrence: 

Smith Stilwell, I 

Benjamin Smith, 2 

Parker W. Rose, 8 

Saratoga: 

Isaiah Blood 1 

Alexander H. Palmer, .... 2 

Schenectady: 

James Donnan. 

Schoharie: 

Seymour Somberger 1 

James Osterhout 2 

Seneca : 

Robert R. Steele. 



> CkmtMted by BuiseU Smith. 



244 



lifKimKM OF ASSEMBLY. 



ateuben: I>tet- 

Bobert B. Van Yalkenbargh, I 

Benajah P. Bailey, 2 

Nathaniel M. Perry, 8 

Buffcik: 

Henry P. Hedges, 1 

Zopher B. Oakley, 2 

Sullivan : 

£lisha P. Strong. 

Tioga: 

William Pierson. 

Tompkins : 

Alvah Hulburt, 1 

Stephen B. Cashing, 2 

Ulster: 

Jacob S. Freer, 1 

Jacob Westbrook, Jr., 2 



Warren: Wit 

Qeorge Richards. 

Washington: 

Elisha BiUings, 1 

David Wilson, 2 

Wayne: 

William Button, 1 

Theron G. Yeomans, 2 

Westchester: 

George W. Lyon, 1 

Abraham Hatfield, 2 

Wyoming : 

Wolcott J. Humphrey. 

Yates: 

Charles S. Hoyt. 



Seventy-Sixth Session — 1 853. 

- First meeting began January 4 ; ended April 15, 1853. 
Second meeting began May 24 ; ended July*21, 1853. 

i^aiJfc«r— WILLIAM H. LUDLOW, of Suffolk. 
(^erk — John S. Napew. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — John P. Phelps. 
Door-Keeper — George D. Wooldridge. 
Assistant Door-Keepers — Hugh Clary, S. A. Brown. 



Albany : 

William P. Malbum, . . . 
John Beid 


Dist. 
... 1 

• • • ^ 


Clinton : 

George V. Hoyle. 
Colwnbia: 

Henry A. Dubois, 


Dist 


William W. Forsyth, . . . 

Thomas Kearney, 

Allegany : 

£mulus Townsend, 

Marshal B. Chaplin, . . 
Broome: 

Joseph £. Ely. 


... 8 

4 

» • • • X 

... 2 

. .. 1 
.... 2 

.... 1 


... 1 


Alonzo Chamberlain,... 
CorUand: 

Ashbel Patterson. 
DeloAoare : 

Charles S. Sogers, 

Daniel Stewart, 


... 2 

... 1 
... 2 


CaMa/raugus : 

Daniel Hickox, 


Dutchess : 

John S. Emans, 


... 1 


Michael H. Barker, . . . , 


James H. Weeks. 




Cayuga: 


Augustus Martin. 




William Hayden, 


Brie: 

Almon M. Clapp, 

William T. Bush, 




Terance J. Kennedy, . . , 
Mathias Hutchinson, . . . 


.... 2 
.... 8 

.... 1 
.... 2 

... 1 

. • . • Jt 


... 1 
.... 2 


Chautauqite : 

Walter L. Sessions, . . . . 


Israel N. Ely, 

Nelson Welch, 


• ■ • V 

.... 4 


Jeremiah ElUWorth, . . , 
Chemung: 

Hiram W. Jackson. 
Chennngo : 

William H. Armsbry, . . . 

Luther Osgood, Jr., . . . 


Essex : 

Jonathan Burnet. 
Franldin : 

Darius W. Lawrence. 
Fulton and Hamilton: 

WUliam A. Smith. 





MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



245 



Cfenesee: BIbC 

Theodore C. Peters, 1 

Joseph Cook, 2 

Cfreene : 

Darius Wlnans, 1 

Elijah P. Bashncll, 2 

Herkimer : 

Arphaxed Loomis, 1 

John W. Beckwith, 2 

Jefferson : 

James GIfford, 1 

De Witt C. West, 2 

Charles Smith, 3 

Kings : 

Nicholas P. O'Brien, 1 

Qeorge A. Searing, 2 

James H. Hutchens, 3 

Lewis: 

Seymour Green. 

Livingston : 

Amos A. Hendee, 1 

Ahram Lozier, 2 

Madison: 

Dennis Hardin, ... 1 

Marsena Temple, 2 

Monroe : 

Lyman Payn, 1 

Orlando Hastings, 2 

James 0. Pettius^il, 8 

Montgomery : 

William McOlary, 1 

Abram N. Van Alstine, .... 2 

New -York: 

Frederick W. C. Wedekind, 1 

Henry H. Howard, 2 

Joseph Rose, Jr., 3 

Robert D. Livingston, 4 

Qeorge F. Alden, 5 

Bartholomew T. Gilmore, . . 6 

Jacob S. Miller, 7 

Moses D. Gale, 8 

Brastus W. Glover, 9 

Henry Shaw, 10 

David O'Keefe, Jr., 11 

Daniel B. Taylor, 12 

William Taylor, 18 

Solomon B. Noble, 14 

Thomas P. St. John, 15 

RussellSmith, 16 

Niagara : 

George W. Holley, 1 

Renbeu F. Wilson, 2 

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Oneida: Dhi 

Dexter Gilmore, .« 1 

Amos 0. Osborn, 2 

Julius C. Thorne, 8 

Amos C. Hall, 4 

Onondaga r 

Alonzo Case, 1 

Samuel S. Kneeland, 2 

Daniel P. Wood 8 

Isaac V. V. Hibbard, 4 

Ontario: 

Marcus Persons 1 

Hiram Ashley, ........... 2 

Orange: 

Thomas Fulton, 1 

Hudson Webb UT 

Ethan B. Carpenter,. 8 

Orleans : 

Silas M. Burroughs. 

Oswego: 

De Witt C. Littlejohn, 1 

Charles A. Perkms, 2 

Otsego: 

Charles McLean, 1 

Jenks S. Sprague, 2 

John C. Spafard, 8 

Putnam : 

Nathan A. Howes. 

Queens : 

Sylvanus S. Smith. 

Rensselaer: 

Jason C. Osgood, 1 

Charies B. Stratton, 2 

Peter G. Ten Eyck 8 

Richmond : 

Henry Dehart. 

Rockland : 

Nicholas C. Blauvelt 

St. Lawr€nce: 

Barnabas Hall, • • 1 

Benjamin Smith, . . .*. 2 

Parker W. Rose, 8 

Saratoga : 

William Cary 1 

Henry Holmes, 2 

SchenectcLdy : 

William Van Yranken. 

Schoharie : 

Luman Reed, 1 

John Westover, 2 

Seneca: 

Sterling G. Hadley. 



246 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Steuben: DlsL 

Dryden Henderson, 1 

John McBurney, 2 

Henry H. Bouton, 8 

Suffolk: 

Abraham H. (Jardiner, 1 

William H.Ludlow, 2 

SuUivan : 

James K. Gardner. 

Tioga: 

Thomas I. Chatfield. 

Tompkins : 

David Crocker, Jr., 1 

Ebenezer S. Marsh, 2 

Ulster: 

John Lounsbiiry, 1 

L. Harrison Smith, 2 



Warren: D«. 

Bichard P. Smith. 

Washington : 

Charles R. IngaJls, 1 

Samuel S. Beeman, 2 

Wayne: 

Benjamin H. Streeter, 1 

Loammi Whitcomb, 2 

WestcJiester : 

George C. Finch, 1 

Jacob Odell, 2 

Wyoming : 

Alonzo B. Bose. 

Yates : 

Be Witt C. Stanford. 



Seventy-Seventh Session — 1 854. 

Began January 3 ; ended April 17, 1854. 

^^aArer— ROBERT H. PRUYN, of Albany. 
Clerk — Richard U. Sherman. 
Sergeant-at-Arm^ — S. D. Nicholas. 
Door-Keeper — John Davies. 
Assistant Door-Keeper — B. Ellsworth. 



Albany: Bist. 

Stephen M. Hollenbeck, ... 1 

Israhiah W. Chesebro, 2 

Robert H. Pruyn, 3 

Archibald A. Dunlop, 4 

Allegany: 

Gideon H. Jenkins, 1 

Lucius S. May, 2 

Broome : 

Robert Harpur. 

Catta/raugiLS : 

William H. Wood, 1 

James Kirkland, 2 

Cayuga : 

Justus Townsend, 1 

Moseley Hutchinson, 2 

Mathias Hutchinson, 8 

Chautauque: 

Walter L. Sessions, 1 

Francis W. Palmer, 2 

Chemung: 

John M. Randall 

Chenango : 

Levi Harris, 1 

Rufos J. Baldwin, 2 1 



Clinton : Bist. 

George V. Hoyle. 

Coiumhia : 

Milton Martin, 1 

Harvey W. Gott, 2 

Cortland : 

Perrin H. McGraw. 

Delaware: 

Samuel F. Miller, 1 

Daniel Rowland, . . • 2 

Dutchess : 

Peter P. Monfoort,* 1 

George W. Sterling 2 

William H. Bostwick, 8 

Erie : 

William W. Weed, 1 

Rollin Germain, 2 

Charles A. SiU, 8 

Edward N. Hatch, 4 

JSssex: 

Jonathan Burnet. 

Franklin : 

Andrew W. Ferguson. 

Fulton and SdmiUon : 
Wesley Gleason. 



iDied. 



MEMBEBS OF ASSEKBLT. 



247 



Oenesee : ^^^ 

Theodore C. Peters, 1 

Joseph Cook, 2 

Greene: 

Joshua Fiero, Jr., 1 

Cteorgc Robertson, 2 

Herkimer : 

Gardner Hinkley , 1 

Bean Burgess, 2 

Jeffeeson : 

Calvin Littlefield, 1 

Alden Adams,* 2 

Jesse E. Willis,* 2 

William Dewey, 3 

Kings : 

John G. Bergen, 1 

Samuel D. Backus, 2 

Samuel D. Morris, 3 

Letois: 

Jonathan C. Collins. 

Livingston : 

Leraan Gibbs, 1 

Abraham Lozier, 2 

Madison : 

Samuel White 2d, 1 

Franklin M. Whitman, .... 2 

Monroe: 

Lyman Payne, 1 

James L. Angle 2 

Pliny B. Holdridge, 8 

Montgomery : 

Aaron W. Hull, 1 

Hezekiah Baker, 2 

yew -York: 

Peter H. Graham, 1 

George De Witt Clinton, . . 2 

Daniel W. Clarke* 3 

Patrick Maguire,* 8 

Theodore A. Ward, 4 

Edward P. Barrow, 6 

Wijliam B. Aitken, 6 

Charles C. Leigh, 7 

George H. Richards, 8 

Daniel Willis, 9 

Joseph W. Savage, 10 

James N. Boyd, 11 

Peter Dawson, 12 

Frederick A. Conkling,. . . . 13 

John P. Cummings, 14 

Edward A. Ware, 16 

Alexander P. Sharpe, 16 



Niagara : Dlat 

Robert Dunlap, 1 

Reuben F. Wilson, 2 

Oneida : 

Joseph Benedict, 1 

A. Piersou Case, 2 

Derick L. Boardman,. 8 

James Mitchell. 4 

Onondaga : 

James Munro, 1 

Milton A. Kinney, 2 

Daniel P. Wood, 8 

William Richardson, 4 

Ontario : 

Jesse Cost, 1 

Stephen V . R. Mallory, ... 2 

Orange : 

Charles W. Cushman, 1 

Charles M. Thompson, .... 2 

Andrew J. Mills, 8 

Orleans : * 

Jeremiah Freeman. 

Oswego : 

De Witt C. Littlejohn, . . . . 1 

Azariah Wart, 2 

Otsego : 

Lewis Whipple, 1 

Andrew A. Mather, 2 

St. Paul Seely, 8 

Putnam : 

James J. Smalley. 

Queens : 

John A. Searing. 

Rensselaer : 

Jonathan Edwards 1 

Lyman Wilder, 2 

George Brust, 8 

Richmond : 

Nicholas Crocheron 

Rockland : 

John I. Suffern. 

St. Lawrence: 

Barnabas Hall, 1 

Silas Baldwin, 2 

Levi Miller, 8 

Saratoga : 

George W. Neilson, 1 

Joseph Baucus, 2 

Schenectady : 

.Matthew Winne, Jr. 



» Adams* seat was contpsted by Willis, who succeeded, February 8. 

« ClarkeHi seat was contested by Maguire, who succeeded, February 18, l»4. 

• Alexis Ward, eleeted in November, 1855 ; died before session began. 



248 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Sckoharie ; !>*•*• 

Jacob J. Barton, 1 

James S. Wood, 2 

Seneca i 

David D. Scott 

Steuben : 

John F. Williams, 1 

Bcnajah P. Bailey, 2 

Obadiah Stevens, 3 

Svffolk : 

George Miller, 1 

William S. Preston, 2 

Sullivan : 

Amos T. Sheeley. 

Tioga ; 

Lewis P. Legg. 

Tompkins : 

Benjamin Joy, 1 

Eli Beers, 2 



Ulster : IMit 

Meeker Gk>rham, 1 

John B. Howell, 2 

Warren: 

David Noble 2d. 

Washington : 

Ebenczer McM array, ...... 1 

George W. Thorn, 2 

Wayne : 

Willis G. Wade, 1 

John P. Bennett, 2 

Westchester : 

Elijah Lee • . • 1 

Jacob Odell, 2 

Wyoming : 

Alonzo B. Rose. 
Tates : 

David G. Underwood. 



Seventy-Eighth Session — 1855. 

Began January 2 ; ended April 14, 1855. 

Speaker— BE WITT C. LITTLEJOHN, of Oswego. 

Clerk — Richard U. Sherman. 

Sergeani-at-Arms — Byron Ellsworth. 

Door-Keeper — Harmon Groesbeck. 

Assistant Door-Keepers — Samuel Hall, William Battre. 



Albany: Dist 

Pryse Campbell, 1 

Martin J. Blessing, ....... 2 

Alexander Davidson 8 

James B. Van Etten, 4 

Allegany : 

Lucien B. Johnson, 1 

Lucius S. May,. 2 

Broome : 

Charles McKmney. 

Cattaraugus : 

Alexander Storrs, 1 

James Kirkland, 2 

Ca/yuga ; 

Moore Conger, 1 

David L. Dodge 2 

William B. Woodin, 8 

Chautauque : 

Samuel S. Whallon, 1 

Francis W. Palmer, 2 

Chemung : 

Orrin Robinson. 

Chenango: 

Daniel Palmer, 1 

Lewis Fairchild, 2 



Clinton: Dtat 

Josiah T. Everest. 

Columbia : 

David Rhoda,..- 1 

Elisha W. Bushnell, 2 

Cortland : ' 

John H. Knapp. 

Delawa/re ; 

William B. Smith, 1 

Ezekiel MUler 2 

Dutchess : 

Albert Emans, 1 

Joseph E. Allen, 2 

Ambrose Wager, 8 

Erie : 

William W. Weed, 1 

Daniel Devening, Jr., 8 

Lorenzo D. Covey, 8 

Seth W. Goddard, i 

Essex: 

Nathaniel 0. Boynton. 

FranJdin : 

Edwaid Fitch. 

FuHon and Sdm%ltc%f 
Wesley GleaioiL 



. uehberI of assembly. 



249 



Oenesee: Dial 

Ambrose Stevens, ' 1 

David Mallory, 2 

Greene: 

Martin L. Rickerson, 1 

Jolin C. Palmer, 2 

Herkimer: 

Edmund G. Chapin, 1 

William Bridenbecker, .... 2 

Jefferson : 

Calvin Littlefield, 1 

Moses Eames, 2 

Joshua Main, 3 

Kings: 

Augustus H. Ivans, 1 

Greorge A. Searing, 2 

John H. Rhodes, 3 

Lewis : 

Aaron Parsons. 

Livingston : 

Lyman Odell, 1 

McNeil Seymour, 2 

Madison : 

Gilbert Tompkins, 1 

Aaron B. Brush, 2 

Monroe: 

Benjamin Smith, 1 

John W. Stebbius, 2 

Nehemiah P. Stanton, Jr.,. . 3 

Montgomery: 

Aaron W. Hull, 1 

Hezekiah Baker, 2 

Ifew-York: 

David O'Keefe, 1 

Robert B. Coleman, 2 

Patrick H. Maguire, 3 

John D. Dixon, 4 

Edwin L. Smith, 5 

William B. Aitkin, 6 

Charles C. Leigh, 7 

Theodore Stuy vesant, 8 

Robert J. Jimmerson, 9 

Nicholas Seagrist, 10 

Joseph H. Petty, • . 11 

William G. McLaughlin, ... 12 
Richard M. Blatchford,. ... 13 

Thomas J. Muuday, 14 

Aras G. Williams, 15 

John S. Cocks, 16 



Niagara: Diat 

Linus Jones Peck, 1 

Ira Tompkins, ,,, 2 

Oneida : 

George D. Williams, 1 

Levi Blakeslee, 2 

Hezekiah H. Beccher, ..... 8 
Daniel Walker, 4 

Onondaga: 

James M. Munro, 1 

William J. Machan, 2 

Dudley P. Phelps, 8 

Joshua V. H. Clark, 4 

Ontario : 

William H. Lamport, 1 

Oliver Case, , 2 

Orange : 

Joel T. Headley, 1 

Samuel Beyea, 2 

James Bennett, 8 

Orleans : 

Elisha S. Whalen.* 

Oswego : 

De Witt C. Littlejohn, 1 

Jacob M. Seldeu,' 2 

Andrew S. Warner,' 2 

Otsego : 

Henry H. Davy, 1 

Alonzo Churchill, 2 

William Comstock, 8 

Putnam : 

James J. Smalley. 

Queens : 

James Rider. 

Rensselaer: 

Jonathan Edwards, 1 

Nicholas M. Masters, 2 

Edmond Cole, 8 

Richmond: 

John F. Raymond. 

Rockland : 

John W. Ferdon. 

St. Lawrence: 

Asaph Green, 1 

Silas Baldwin, 2 

Levi Miller, 8 

Saratoga: 

Cornelius Schuyler, 1 

John Terhune, 2 

Schenectady: 

James Donnan. 



> Chosen at special election, December 26th, in place of Alexis Ward, deceased. 
* Belden'B seat was contested by Warner, who succeeded, March 8, 1855. 



250 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Sehohcurie: DM. 

Wilkinson Wilsey, 1 

Joseph H. Ramsay, 2 

Seneca: 

Daniel S. Kendig. 

Steuben: 

Seth B. Cole, 1 

Sylvester Smith, 2 

Peter C. Ward, 3 

Sujfdk: 

John E. Chester, 1 

David Piatt, 2 

Sullivan : 

William H. Buckley. 

Tioga : 

Carlisle P. Johnson. 

Tompkins: 

Frederick S. Damout, 1 

Justus P. Pennoyer, 2 



Ulster: WA 

Theodore B. Gates, 1 

Asa S. Wygant, 2 

Warren : 

Reuben Wells. 

Washington: 

James I. Loarie, ...•••... 1 
Justin A. Smith, 2 

Wayne: 

James T. Wisner, 1 

John P. Bennett, 2 

Wegtchester: 

Daniel Hunt 1 

Frederick W. Waterbury,., 2 
Wyoming : 

John C. Paine. 
Yates: 

Jacob B. Van Osdol. 



Seventy-Ninth Session — 1856. 

Began January 1 ; ended April 9, 1856. 

Speaker -^OBNllA.^ ROBINSON, of Oswega» 
Clerk — Richard U. Sherman. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Gteorge B. Woolbridge. 
Door-Keeper — Sherman McLean. 
Assistant Door-Keepers — John Davies, Henry White. 



Albany: Diat. 

Isaac Witbeck, 1 

Jackson King, 2 

Henry Jenkins, 3 

James Biady, 4 

Allegany: 

Isaac Hampton, 1 

Alexander H. Main, 2 

Broome: 

Walter L. Peck. 

Cattaraugus : 

Lorenzo D. Cobb, 1 

Daniel Bucklin, 2 

Cayuga: 

Sardis Dudley, 1 

Leonard Siinons, 2 

Tolbert Powers, 8 

Chautauqve: 

Henry A. Prondergast, .... 1 
Smith Berry, 2 

Chemung: 

Jefferson B. Clark. 



Chenango : Dirt. 
Tom pki ns H. Matteson, .... 1 
F rederick J uliand, 2 

Clinton : 

Timothy Hoyle. 

Columbia : 

Samuel Ten Broeck, 1 

Adam A. Hoysradt, 2 

Cortland : 

George I. Kingman. 

Delaware : 

John Mead, 1 

John Haxtun, 2 

Dutchess: 

John H. Ketcham, 1 

Daniel 0. Wait], 2 

Jacob B. Carpenter, 8 

Brie: 

John G. Deshler, 1 

Daniel Devening, Jr., 2 

John Clark, 8 

Bei\jamln Maltby, 4 



^ Ghotea Janaary 16. 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLT. 



251 



Dist 

John A. Lee. 

Franklin : 

Albert Hobbs. 

FvUon and Hamilton: 
Isaac Lafever. 

Genesee : 

Seth Wakeman, 1 

David Mallory, 2 

Oreene: 

Buel MabiD, 1 

Manly B. Mattice, 2 

Herkimer: 

Samuel Greene, 1 

Amos H. Prescott, 2 

Jefferson : 

Hart Massey, 1 

Franklin Parker, 2 

Isaac Wells/ 3 

Kings: 

John Hanford, 1 

Francis B. Spinola, 2 

Edward T. Wood 3 

Lewis: 

David Algnr. 

Livingston : 

Lyman Odoll 1 

AloDzo Bradner, 2 

Madison : 

Samuel White, 1 

John Snow, 2 

Monroe: 

Beqjamin Smith, ......... 1 

Eliphaz Trimmer, 2 

Joseph Dewey, 8 

Montgomery: 

John Van Derveer,'. ....... 1 

Joseph Spraker, 2 

New York: 

Daniel Mahen, ' ; . . . 1 

Benjamin Ray, 2 

James Hayes, 3 

John D. Dixon, 4 

John J. Reilly, 6 

Augustine J. H. Duganno, . 6 

Samuel Brevoort, 7 

James A. Dolan, 8 

Eravtus W. Olover, 9 

John M. Reed, 10 

Charies T. Mills 11 

Peter Dawson, 12 



New-York: IHK. 

William A. Ooest, 13 

Henry Wiltse, 14 

Arthur Woods, 16 

John H. Anthon, 16 

Niagara : 

William S. Fenn 1 

John Gould, 2 

Oneida : 

George F. Fowler, 1 

James J. Hanchett, 2 

Thomas D. Penfield, 3 

Caleb Goodrich, 4 

Onondaga : 

Irvin Williams, 1 

James Longstreet, 2 

Burr Burton, ...«• 8 

Jabez Lewis, ••.... 4 

Ontario : 

Samuel A. Foot, 1 

Oliver Case, 2 

Orange: 

Isaac Wood, 1 

William W. Reeve 2 

Andrew J. Mills, 8 

Orleans: 

Dan H. Cole. 

Oswego : 

Orville Robinson, ......... 1 

Andrew S. Warner, , . 2 

Otsego : 

Timothy T. Bailey, 1 

Brown Dimock, 2 

ElihuC. Wright, 8 

Putnam : 

Beqjamin Bailey. 

Queens : 

Seaman N. Snedeker. 

Rensselaer: 

George Van Santvoord, .... 1 

Augustus Johnson, 2 

Sanford A. Tracy, 8 

Richmond: 

William J. Shea. 

Rockland: 

Edward Whritcnour. 

Saratoga : 

(George G. Scott, 1 

Joseph Baucus, 2 

Schenectady: 

James Rodsers. 



1 Died, April d, Ib&O. 



252 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Schoha/rie: IMrt. 

John Lovett. 1 

Charles Holmes, 2 

Seneca: 

James B. Thomas. 

8t. Latprence: 

Emory W. Abbott, 1 

BenjamiD Squire 2 

Daniel P. Rose, Jr., 8 

Sieuhen : 

Goldsmith Denniston, ..... 1 

Albert 0. Morgan, 2 

Harlow Hakes, 8 

SuffdJc: 

David G. Floyd, 1 

William Sidney Smith, .... 2 

SuUivan : 

William H. Buckley. 

Tioga: 

Abram H. Miller. 



Tompkins: B*i*» 

William C. Coon, 1 

Robert H. S. Hyde, 2 

Ulster: 

George A. Dudley, 1 

Daniel Schoonmaker, 2 

Warren : 

Thomas S. Gray. 

Washington : 

John S. Crocker, 1 

Henry B. Northup, 2 

Wayne : 

Harlow Hyde, 1 

Thomas Barnes, 2 

Westchester: 

Abraham R. Strang, 1 

Eli Curtis, 2 

Wyoming: 

John C. Paina 

Yates : 

Henry H. Gage. 



Eightieth Session — 1857. 

Began January 6 ; ended April 18, 1857. 

Speaker -DE WITT C. LITTLEJOHN, of Oswego. 

Clerk — William Richardson. 

Sergeant-at-Arm^ — Norman P. Hitchcock. 

Door-Keeper — Nathan Newhafar. 

Assistant Door-Keepers — Patrick Farrell, John Lewis. 



Albany: Dist. 

Richard Kimmey, 1 

Adam Van Allen, 2 

John Evers, 8 

Franklin Townsend, 4 

Allegany: 

William M. Smith, 1 

James T. Cameron, 2 

Brooms: 

Enos Puffer. 

Cattaraugus: 

Alanson King, 1 

Rufus Crowley, 2 

Cayuga : 

James J. Owen, 1 

Theodore M. Pomeroy, .... 2 
Hiram Tiffl, 3 

Chautaugrue: 

Henry A. Prendergast, .... 1 
Isaac (George, 2 

Chemung: 

WUliam T. Hastings. 



Chenango: Dtet 

Ansel Berry 1 

William H. Hyde, 2 

Clinton : 

Horace P. Perry. 

Columbia : 

John Miller, 1 

John T. Hogeboom, 2 

Cortland: 

Joseph Atwater. 

Delawa^re: 

Bama R. Johnson, 1 

Warren Dimmick, 2 

Dvichess: 

John H. Ketcham, 1 

Franklin Dudley, 2 

Cornelius N. Campbell, .... 8 

Erie: 

Augustas J. TifBuiy, 1 

George Dewitt Clinton, • • • . 2 

Horace Boies, 8 

S. Carey Adams, 4 



MKMBKK8 OF ASSEMBJLT. 



2S3 



Ralph A. lioreland. 
FranMin: 

Qeor^e Mott. 

Fulton and Hamilion: 
Patrick Md^arlan. 

Genesee: 

Seth Wakeman, 1 

John J. McPheraoii, 2 

Chreene : 

David Whiting, 1 

Hezekiah Baldwin, 2 

Herkimer : 

John H. Wooster, 1 

Harris Lewis, 2 

Jefferson : 

Calvin Littlefield 1 

Clean thus P. Granger, 2 

Abner W. Peck, 3 

Kings : 

John Hanford, 1 

Thomas Mulligan, 2 

John H. Funk, 3 

Letffis: 

Lucian Clark. 

Livingston : 

Lyman Hawes, 1 

AlfredBell, 2 

Madison: 

Albert G. Purdy, 1 

Thomas P. Bishop, 2 

Monroe: 

Jeremiah S. Baker, 1 

John T. Lacy, 2 

Robert Staples, 3 

Montgomery: 

Mathcw 0. Davis, 1 

Hezekiah Baker, 2 

iVeig-JTorA;: 

Daniel Mehan, 1 

Thomas Ktrlan, 2 

Andrew Sheehan, 3 

John D. Dixon, 4 

John J. Reilly, 5 

Nathaniel Roe, 6 

Henry J. Ii-ving, 7 

Thomas Charlock, 8 

Erastus W. Glover, 9 

James S. Sluyter, 10 

James P. Reilly 11 

Nicholas W. Mooney, 12 

Joseph B. Vamum, Jr. 13 

Robert B. Bradford, 14 



New -York: DIst 

Arthur Woods, 15 

Samuel T. RoberU, 16 

Niagara : 

Elisha Clapp, 1 

John Gould, 2 

Oneida : 

Ricliard U. Sherman, 1 

Peleg B. Babcock, > 2 

John Holstcad, 8 

Ingham Townsend, 4 

Onondaga : 

John D. Rhoades, 1 

Sidney Smith, 2 

Elias W. Leavenworth, .... 3 

Charles H. Meade, 4 

Ontario: 

Samuel A. Foot, 1 

Zoroaster Paul, 2 

Ot'ange : 

James R. Dickson, 1 

George B. Cox, 2 

Erastus Stickney, 8 

Orleans : 

Almanzor Hutchinson. 

Oswego : 

Dewitt C. Littlejohn, 1 

Leonard Ames, 2 

Otsego : 

Samuel H. Grant, 1 

Charles W. Tallett, 2 

George M. Hollis, 8 

Putnam : 

Chauncey R. Weeks. 

Queens: 

David R. Floyd Jones. 

Rensselaer : 

Darius Allen, 1 

Volney Richmond, 2 

Ebenczer S. Strait, 3 

Richmond : 

Joshua Mersereau. 

Rockland: 

James Westervelt. 

St. Lavjrence: 

Emory W. Abbott, 1 

Benjamin Squire, 2 

Erasmus D. Brooks, 8 

Saratoga : 

George G. Scott, 1 

Samuel J. Mottj 2 

Schenectady : 

Nicholas Barhydt. 



1 Died, AprU 2, 1S57. 



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254 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Schoharie: I>te^ 

Tobias Bouck, 1 

William H. Crowe, 2 

Seneca: 

Benson Owen. 

Steuben : 

Robert B. Van Valkenburg, 1 

George T. Spencer, 2 

Solon 0. Thatcher 3 

Suffolk: 

Edwin J. Rose, 1 

Abraham 6. Thompson, .... 2 

SvUivan : 

David B. Luckey. 

Tioga: 

Dayid Rees. 

Tompkins : 

Alexander Bower, 1 

Ellas W.Cady, 2 



Uliter: W* 

Martin Schntt, 1 

Albert Carpenter, 2 

Warren: 

Samuel Somerville, Jr. 

Washington : 

Anson Ingraham, 1 

Henry W. Beckwith, 2 

Wayne: 

Thomas Johnson, 1 

Joseph Peacock, 2 

WestcJiester : 

Arnell F. Dickinson, 1 

Edmund 6. Sutherland, ... 2 

Wyoming : 

Cyril Rawson. 

Yates : 

Abraham V. HarpencHng. 



KEUBEBS OF A8SBUBLT. 



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Tewt 


Baker. WllllMn,.... 
KUeom, ll«ry,.... 
lluTcom, Baramn, .. 
lliil>lwtai,Okattea.... 

BoMwta.ElbrMglO,, 
HaMwlo, Qrani B.. . 

BSl.SSS"':: 

Boblwin BethCM... 
BaMwta,aethC... 

ass,':-:;:: 
KaS'":,::::: 

R»wker, Abrahuo., 

Baneker, verl, ... 
Boiicker, v*n, .. 

H 3:;: 

Banofcer, vert, .... 
Haneker. Kvert, .. 

Barberi Henrj-; '..'.'. 

Sii;;:: 

Borberl "noiomV, ^ 
Barber. 'nmalhy:-- 

SSS;:Sa:;::- 


'bX*^:;: 

So«-Vork,. . 

Tinpi, !.'!;! 

fhenanito,.... 
gchoh.rld, .. 
aaminna, 

^Sl;:SI:::::: 

OorUanC-.. 
KhJummi].... 

IHcllrl,.,,,,]"" 

Sehenotlarf'y, 


Bnrker, Tliom« B. . 

iH 

Borker, William, ... 

lUrkiT »mium.... 
BarkH- Wmmm:.... 
IUrker,Willlnin,,... 
Barker, Wjlltara 

Iliirlowl Bi-iiTl'r.','.! 
Ilurlow Eli-Su,-.. 

BarJoir, Kilaba. 

B;.rnanl, Diiniel D. 
Barnanl Friernl.... 
ItsFnard, IMrdon,... 

r." f,:;s-i-,--; 

]|Hrne*.Ui'nryC, .. 
narnniJuilab 

B.i™ea.NnlMrJf-' 
Barney, Am ti 

Buwiin,Ciilvb..... 

Baniuni,.l(Hl>iui.Jr. 
itaniuin, Ui-uIhv U. 
Haniuni, Slepheo C 

Biirreuo, Fmnelsi.. 

Harrow*, aamiiel,.'.' 
ilanunr, Ubari« B. 

Banlowi OamoPI h! 
Binie.,la'<aPM.. 
Bi«11eU,Iclirt<)d,.. 

Banc, w'llllarn',' Jr,i 
Unnon. (JaluliD.,.. 
B«lon .r»!<*J.,.. 
Brlon, Samuel, ... 
Borlno, BainDct 
Bawai..b,ADae1.... 
BSHOU, 6ime]lns, . 

Biitilie]er,Zepbanl-ta 

BaU» LjmaS,.. .. 
B>t<»,l'liln«haiP... 

Baueu.,J<j;»ph,?^ 


All»»7, 

iii^'y 

Saii;: 

KSffi; 

WealehHler, . 

Wt-HcbBiWr, . 

nmchiaa. .... 
Doichvn, .... 

Sill^:;;:::;: 

Oneida, 

Duloben, .... 
CoCumbla,.... 

r-r •- 

I>neldn| !'.'.;;! 

£=;:■::. 

Nev-Tork,. . 

as-*:::: 
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Richmond, . . 
Madison 

^Zv.:\::. 

rryon 

Onlario, 

Albany, 

CalumbU,.... 


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"eilcbiwlor, 

Dulcben, .... 
DgtnhMs, .... 
DuleheH .... 
DQtrlie-:... 

Dul^hoM 

DutEhesi, .... 
Dutu1i>«, .... 


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UKMBERS OF ASSEHBLT. 



Nun... 1 CoDnUn. | Y.in | Hiuw. 


CaDDllea. 


Yean. 


nrsi'h, .labDl]!'!!! 
BtiH'Ji,Niq..niJ.,.. 

BewuS;JobS!.. -. 

BeiFdiili>y!'L|ivl,!!!! 

Bwker, Ahmlinm,., 


IJiiIrtitm!!!. 
MulPllUH. . . . 

3?Sii;;;; 
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liuidiea..- 

.MiKiiiy, 

Ilerklmer, .'.! 

Sr!; 

KlUllHUI,. ... 

££.■.:::: 
5'.3s;::: 

Albany, ...... 

Albany. 

J"'""/- 

Dnlolieu, !!!. 
Oruige, 

u,Tn^;!!! 

Trynn, 


il" 

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1*M 

11" 

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laus 

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SsS.;:; 

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ll.'n<^dlci..I».e]ili,... 

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i" '■■;': ■'. |ai™n,.? 

ll>.ulf!i'lc[:wiN!aIIIlL; 
lk.nhom, Mlk«,....^ 

Bi-iili am. Miles. 

BcnUani, Keub.'!!. ., 
Bfflham, Iteub™. ., 

BcDJiuiibi. ElMia, .. 
B..nnelt, Gncn, ... 
Bennrti. Hiram...., 

ISStJr?.-:::: 

IknneU WIIKuaG. 
Beilaaii' I':tlbert, !!!! 
IkHI^EKbcrt;.... 

BenUay, Gilbert,'!!!! 

Bcnlau, Albert, 

Kaaa::::: 

Benlon, Caleb, 

KEJa.:::::: 

Bent™, Jod, 


lerkmer,.... 

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w,„|,.4Cl[n, 
»nlch«u,.... 
htlaware,.... 

tdionAlIam. 


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M^oiltaEI;!':! 

Saidtav Darld, .... 

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Seeknuin. Jolia H., 
Berf™Bi.,JohnJ«. 

Aiera.Bll 

IeHa.JBb.t, 

Seen jMieaK.... 

Biddhir liauiHel,... 
Bo11.nBp,lI..Jki«h,! 


M.,nfyA]Iani. 
Wyondnit, ... 
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jja^hnj ;::! 

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HEHBEB8 OF ASSEMBLY. 



NUD.^ 


rou-lla. 


T«r». 


N.R.C. 


Counll* 


T.,„ 




Omue, 


ISgl 


InJwII, RilUnllHTl. 




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\Biiiei. Cminlln. 


Y.-. 


Sbiiih. 


Cou«.i„. 


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TJtam. 


Coumi«. 




Nimei. 


OoubUm. 


r««. 


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262 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Names. 



Brown, John. Jr.,.. 
Brown, John, Jr.,.. 
Brown, Jonathan,... 
Brownj Jonathan,... 
Brown, Jonathan... 
Brown, Jonathan,... 
Brown, Jonathan,... 

Brown, Joseph 

Brown, Josiah O.,.. 
Brown, Joshua, .... 
Brown, Joshua, .... 

Brown, Joshua 

Brown, Lysanderll., 
Brown, Matthew, . . . 
Brown. Matthew, Jr., 
Brown, Matthew, Jr , 

Brown. Morris, 

Br>>wn.Neheiniah,>Jr 
Brown,N- hemiah,.Jr 

Brown. Oliver, 

Bn>wn. Oliver, 

Brown, Randall A., 
Br«»wu, Samuel A.,. 
Brown, Samuel A.,. 
Brown, S<|uire M.,.. 
Brown, Timothy,... 
Brown, Th< imas, .... 
Brown, Willliim B.,. 
Brownell, Oyrua H.,. 
Brownson, £1 >enezer, 
Brownson John W., 
Brownson, John W., 
Br*wnson, John W., 
Bruen, George W., . 
Brush, Aaron B., ... 

Brush, John 

Brust George, 

Bruyn, Charles, 

Bruyn, Cornelius . . . 
Bruyn. Jacobus S., . . 
Bruyn, Jacobus S.,. . 

Bruyn, James 

Bruyn, Johannes,. . 
Bruyn. Johannes,. .. 
Bruyn, Johannes,. . . 
Bruyn, Johannes. . . . 
Bruyn, Soveryn T., . 
Bruyn, Soveryn T., . 
Bruyn, Soveryn T., . 
Bryan. Alexander,.. 

Bryan, Amos 

Bryan, Calvin H.,. .. 
Bryan Charles,. ... 

Bryan, Isaac, 

Bryan, Isaac, 

Bryan, John, 

Br}'an John A 

Bryson, Cornelius H. 
Bryson, Cornelius II. 
Kuulc, Amos. Jr., . . . 

Buck. Am<>8 

Buck, Chester, 

Buck. Chester 

Buck, George W.,. . . 
Buckingham, Ik'vI, . 
Buckingham, Levi, . 
BaoUay, WmUtmH. 



Counties* 



Cayuga, 

Cayuga, 

Albany 

liensselaer, . . . 
Rensselaer, . . . 
Rensselaer, . . . 
Rensselaer, . . . 
Westchester, . 
Mont'yJb Uam. 

Orange, 

Orange, 

Orange, 

JeflTerson, .... 
Sullivan, .... 
Herkimer,.... 
Herkimer, ... 

Steuben, 

Westchester, . 
We>tclie8ti r, . 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Kei'.Bseiaer,... 
Chautauque, . 
Chautauque, . 
Onondaga, . . . 
Onondaga, . . . 
C'henango, ... 

Monroe 

KuIton&Ham., 
< lint'n\F'klin 
Genesee, .... 
Genesee, .... 



Wyoming, ... 
New- York,... 

Madison, 

Suffolk 

Rensselaer.. .. 
Sull. & Ulster, 

Ulster 

Ulster, 



Ulster, 
Ulster, 

Ulster, 

Ulster, 

Ulst-r, 

Ulster 

Ulster, 

Ulster, 

Ulster 

Rensselaer,... 
Dutchess, .... 
Livingston,... 

Ulster 

Dutchess, .... 
Dutchess, . . . 
Columbia, . . . . 
Cattaraugus, . 
New- York,... 
New-York,... 

Lewis, 

Lewis 

Lewis, 

I^iowis, 

Chemung, . . . 

Onei<la, 

Oneida, 

SoUivoo, 



Years. 



IStA 

1616, 1 

1791 

1792 

1794 

1795 

1800,1 

1789,90 

1881 

1S02 

1804 

IS04,5 

1845 

IS42 

1796,97 

1798 

1843 

1828 

1324 

1808,9 

1S16 

1887 

1S27 

IS45 

1334 

1330 

1816 

1S32 

1850 

1819 

1840 

1841 

1842 

1S89 

1855 

17S4 

1854 

1S22 

1794 

1798 

1793,99 

1788 

1781,82 

1782,83 

1796,97 

1800 

1789,90 

1792,93 

1795 

1887 

1840 

1828 

1826 

1812 

1812. 13| 

1820,21 

1S27 

1840 

1841 

l!s25 

1848 

1822 

1840 

1S4S 

183) 

1337 

1855 



Names. 



Buckley. William II 
Bucklin, Daniel,.... 
Bucklin, David W.,. 
Bucklin, David W.,. 
Bucklin, David W.,. 
Buck man, Abiel, ... 
Buckmaster, George 
Dudd, Joseph C, ... 
Budd, William H.,.. 
Bud long, Aaron, .... 

Budlong Aaron 

Budlong. Caleb, . . . 

Buel. Jesse, 

Buel, Timothy Jr., . 
Bucll, Alexander H.. 
Buell, Jonathan, .... 

Bucli. Salmon, 

Buell, S:tIinon, 

Buikl-y, .John W.,.. 
Bulkley, John W.,.. 
Bulkley, John W,.. 
Bulkley, John W.,.. 

Bull, Archibald, 

Bull, Daniel, 

Bull, Daniel, 

Bull. David C, 

Bull. Hugh B., 

Bull. Wadsworth,... 
Blinker, William M.. 
Burbank. William,.. 

Rurch, George, 

Burch, John 

Burch, Robert, 

Burch, Robfrt, 

Burchard. Nathan, . . 
Burchard, Seneca B., 

Burdick, Joel, 

Burger, John, 

Burgers. Dean, 

Kurhans, Bei\)a*n P.. 
Burhans, David,.... 
Burhans, David,.... 
Burhans, Dubois, . . . 
Burhans, Edward J., 
Burhaits, John II., . 
Burhans, John H.,.. 

Burke, Albert G 

Burke, Michael,.... 

Burleson Silas 

Burling. Ebenezer S.. 
Burling, Ebenezer S., 
Burling, Ebenezer S., 
KurneR, Madis«m.... 
Burnell, Madison.... 
Burnet, Jonathan,.. 
Burnet. Jonathan,.. 

Burnet, Moses D 

Burnet. Rol>ert R . . . 
Burnet, Robert B.,.. 

Bumham, Clark 

Burnham, Cyrus.... 
Burnham. Eleazer, 
Burnham Jonat*nG., 

Burr, Aaron, 

Burr. Aaron, 

Burr, Aaron 

Burr, Aaron, 



Oonntiea. 



Sullivan,. ... 
Cattaraugus, . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Jefferson, .... 

Jefferson, 

Rensselaer,... 
New- York,... 
Jefferson, .... 
Rensselaer,... 
Herkimer, . . . . 
Herkimer,.... 
Herkimer,.... 

Albany, 

Ontario, 

Herkimer,.... 

Ontario, 

Cayuga, 

Cayuga, 

Madison, 

Madison 

Madison, 

Madison 

Rensselaer,. .. 

Saratoga, 

Saratoga, 

Orange 

Orange 

Wash. & War 
Columbia, . . . . 

Kings,. ....... 

Herkimer, . . . . 

Jefferson, .... 

Herkimer, . . . 
Herkimer,.... 

Oneida, 

Madison 

Cheuiing^, . . . 
New-Yoric,... 
Herkimer, . . . . 

Warren. 

Albany, 

Albany. 

Delaware, . . . . 
Delaware,.... 

Albany, 

Albany, 

Cattaraugus .. 
New York,... 

Otsego 

New-Yi»rlc,... 
New-Ywk,... 
Westchester, . 
Chautauque,.. 
Ciiantaaqoe, . 

Essex, 

Essex, 

Onondaga, . . . 

Orange, 

Orange, 

Chenango, . . . 

Warren 

Cayuga 

Schenectady. . 
New- York,... 
New- York,... 
New-York,... 
Oraogo, 



Years. 

.356 

856 

826 

1827 

[823 

S30 

1822 

1831 

1849 

SOS 

303.9 

324 

823 

845 

845 

1838 

1802 

.808 

1803 

1808,9 

1310 

Sll 

834 

800 

i8()0,l 

349 

[862 

820,21 

1845 

1844 

1840 

1688 

1311 

1818 

[W7 

841 

L845 

18ii8 

1854 

1843 

[804,5 

[806 

[835 

[&14 

[80^9 

1816,11 

885 

1844 

i&18 

79^ 

198,99 

734,85 

1»16 

847 

1858 

1854 

[841 

1800 

1804 

842 

ISfiO 

18M 

1»1S 

784,85 

798 

1798,W 

1800^1 



UBHBBRS OF A8SEHBLT. 



Smam. 


Ooapll... 


Twiri 


Naitio. 


Coonl'ofc 


y™. 






lllMB)', .... 

[Jhn'""!.'!!! 

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CBUundM, LgvV, " 
Caraarqn. IJn .Id,.. 

Cameroil! Jam«,!!' 
Camtrun, James T., 

Campbsll, DaTid,... 
Cnmpbi'll, Henry J. 

gStlSSS;:: 

rampbcU,L..dwlB,.. 

Oampb.lt'Rnberl'o. 
Oampbell, RnbfrtG, 
Campbell, r^aniuel,,. 
Campbell. Samuel... 

SsS- 

CampbelllxhomliB: 
Campbell, TImolbyl. 
Campbell, ValmUns, 
Campbell, William, 
Campbell, Wllllom,. 

Candee Jmeph, ,., 

g:S,S5p*; 

Canlino, Abnbam... 

oantine, jobn;;:::;: 

Cantine, ilohn. 

Cantlne, Johiv 

Canllne, John 

caSIIHI; joh^:::;: 

Oanllne, John,. 

OanllnB, Mngn 

Candns, Moia>,jT.,. 
Canllne PeuTA.,. 
Danlli.e;p«t«..lr:,.. 

Carai,' TrombuC" 
Oarglll, Abnhnm,.. 
I'H)[I1I, Abrakam,.. 
Carglll, Abrabam,.. 

il= 

CarlliV, William.... 
CarlWe.WlllJam,... 
Ca.U,Iirad. 


Wa«b,*'wiiVB 
Wn.h.A War-o 
Warren 

SX':.-.-.v 
KTii.;:: 

lluK-lieM, ... 
Wa.hinBWn!.! 

S3w,;::: 
BSlr-::: 

KerWmBr,..., 
New-Y...;.,. 

S=R:::; 

Chenuiaw,.... 

1 al^inJkNia 
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Jame^""'.'.'.. 

jamS"::::. 




Callaraapu, . 

Oraugo, 

Oningu 

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BmtMc, aflttOBT,'.'. 

SSS:':::: 


Sreene. 

CWomblai '.'.!! 

iiKT:.:::: 

Colombia,"!!! 
DDlebea, !!!. 


;S'" 


Ne»-T«k„.. 

brter; ;:.'::;, 

Flaler. 

ffi::::::; 

FI«M, 

bier;::::!:: 

DUlec, 

lister, 


iTsr 

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S3!t:::- 

^JTiga, 

Kin™,. 






i>«aar 

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Sew- York.. . 
cw-York,. . . 

New:Twki!:: 

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IBM 



HEHBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



B.™«. 


CmnliB. 


Tern. 


N.o.«. 


C™nU«. 


Tar. 




Suai»k 


Moa 




DuU-hOBS. 








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1IEMBISR8 OF ASSEHBLT. 




HEHBEBS OF ASSEUBLT. 



CaoBinek, Cuptau,. . 
CumBlocki JvnoBt ^ 
Comiiaok, Oliver C. 
CoauioDt, Olliur CL, 
Cauwlnck. WUUuB,. 

(JniiB,ailben. 

CangdoD, Aiuon,,.. 
-Cocaf cr, Jcthd, , . . . 

C^!iiB,'Pli'illt!!'JrV. 
CoDloo. I'hILIp, Jr^ . 
Conine, Philip, Jr, , 
Cmkltn. Ben). B-,.- 
CoakllB. awrgB £^. 
CimkllB, amrp L-,. 
OiDftilB, Oennn I^ . 
CmKltn, Henry, --- 

Conktln, ICeniJ 

ContnmHenrr,--' 
CaoUliLlleiiir. ... 
Gonkllo, IwLafl, ..... 

OunUlii, luM, 

ContllD.Juhn 

ODnkllH, Jobn, 

ConEllm.Tnhn,, 

CnnklWaiilliui S. 
CnnUliijanaUtuiS., 
Oonkllm, Fred. A.... 

Cdniur, £«&, 

Connac Bidmrd, ■ ■ . 

CmudfM, Wni.. Jr. 
Couelru. WnL, Jr.. 
CcHu^en, Wm., Jr., 
Onuluil, AbUUh]]', 
CchuUbL, JoKph.... 
CondiD^St. John,,, 
CoiiBUnI, ^L John,.. 
Cooii-TH, Tliomu, , 
Cinrenw, Thonuia, . 

CiiB"iit»B. Wiiren,,. 
c:aak,AlwaleF.Jr., . 

Cdok! Ch.unwy 6',! 
Coqk, Johal 

Cm*. Jnsriik 

OoDk.MUIliliu,.... 

OMk. NrMh 

Conk, Full a, 

OpDk,PaBlO., 

Conk, VilllBm,.... 

Cknk, THUam, 

Oooka, J. AtHtUr,,. 

Or>nke,TurbimdK,.. 

(lonA, WlUlamC,... 

Coapa, Annanlu,., 
Onapar, AiknilnL ... 
Oonpcr, B^nJunSii F, 
Cooper. Fnpeit,.... 
Caaitr, Franei^.,., 



Toripklu, . , 

KHp^ 

KlDfi, 

K\<^ 

Rln^ 

WnlcbHtor, 



Cooprr! GiltwR, '.,, 

Caiptt. OIltHK, 

CiHiper. Qllburt, ... 
T. QllUen. 



ComLU Willar, . . 



ConuU. Wbitohuil, 






Carmiill Lewli,., 
"--iwelL.Hsmr... 
^welL WLUiun, 



Cannn, Rlehanl C... 
Conm.&lchaAO.,. 
Cnrteljoo, L»wr. H, 



OUUBtOlllM-Tt,... 



-,ll.W,.n,in,: 
, ll.njamlnJ 



Oa.«».... 
(jnwin,... 
Sic™,... 
ruinaiv, .. 



Cajuff. 

BMhmoiid,... 
Richmond,... 
Rlobnwnd, . . . 
itlchmoiid, . . . 
TJoga. 

BraoDi«A;Tk«. 
TloBa, .. ^ 



ITM ' 

1308 

1818.9 



268 



MEMBEKS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Names. 



CraiU, Ern^tus, 

Crufis, Ernstus, 

Cruig. Andrew, Jr.,. 

Craig, (iriirdon, 

Criitn, llondrick,.... 
Cruin, Willium C.,.. 
Grain, 'William C.,.. 
Grain, Willium G.,.. 
Cramer, Conrad,. . . . 

Cramer, George 

Cramt-r, .lohn 

Cramer, John, 

Cramer, John 

Crandull, Clark, 

Crandall, Clark, 

Crane, -Joseph, Jr,.. 
Crane, Joseph, -Jr., . . 
Crane, Joseph. Jr., . . 

Crane, Josiah, 

Crane, Jnsiuh, 

Crane, Josiah 

Crane, Thaddeus . . . 
Crane, Thaddeus,. . . 
Crane, Thaddeus, . . . 

Graiio. Thaddous 

Crary, Henry, 

Grary, John 

Crary, Tliomas, 

Crawford. Francis,.. 
Crawford, Job,. ... 
Crawford, John, .... 
Crawf.rd, Wm. W., 
Crippen, Schuyler,.. 

Crippen, Silas, 

Crispell. John, 

Crispell, Pett-r, Jr.. . . 

Crist, William, 

Grist, William, 

Crittenden. Samuel,. 
Crittenden, Samuel,. 
Crittenden, Samuel, . 
Crittenden, Seth K.,. 
Crocheron, Nicholas, 

Crocker, Amos, 

Crocker, Bei^amin,. 
Crocker, David, Jr., 
Crocker, John S., . . . 
Cnwker, Oliver G.,.. 

Crocker, Seth, 

Grollus, Clarkson,. .. 
Crolius, Clarkson.... 
Crolius, CIurk8<m, . . . 
Crolius, Clarkson, . . . 
Crolius. Clarkson,. . . 
Crollns, Clarkson,. . . 
Crolius, Clarkson.. .. 
Crolius Clarkson,... 
Crolius, Clarkson,. . . 
Grolins Glarki«on, . . . 
Cromwell, liiclianl,. 
CrKJker, Geo. A. S.,. 
Crookcr. Geo. A. S.,. 
Crookor, Geo. A. S... 
Crookshanks, Alex.,. 

Cropsy, Jasper 

Gn *by, Clarkson F., 
Croeby. Cyrenus, .... 
Crosby, DariuM. 




Counties. 



Otsego, 
Otsego, 
l>ela\\are,.. . . 

Ulfetcr, 

Chenango, . . . 
Ilerkiincr... 
Herkimer,.... 
Herkimer.... 
Saratoga, ... 

Saratoga 

Saratoga, 

Saratoga, 

Saratoga 

AU'vAStcub'n, 
All'y&Steub'u, 
I)utcheA.s, .... 

Dutchess, 

Dutchess, .... 
Mintgoiiicry. . 
Montgimiery, . 
Montgomery, . 
Westchester. . 
Westchester, . 
Weslcliester, . 
Westchester, . 
Chenango, . . . 
Washington, . 

Sullivan, 

Ulster, 

Dutchess, .... 

Putnam, 

Orange, 

Otsego, 

Otsego, 

SuU. & Ulster. 

Ulster 

< >range 

Orange 

Tompkins, . . . 
Tompkins, ... 
Tompkins, . .. 
Cattaraugus, . 
Richmond, . . . 

Madi.son 

Washington,.. 
Tompkins, . . . 
Washington, . 

Broome, 

Washington,. 
New- York,... 
New- York. . . . 
New-York, . . . 
New- York,... 
New- York,... 
New-York,.. . 
New- York,... 
New- York,... 
New- York... . 
New- York, . . . 
New- York . . . 
Cattaraugus, . 
Cattaraugus, . 
Cattaraugus, . 
Scholiarie, . . . 

Ulster, 

Albany 

Dutchess, . . 
Westchester, . 



1812, 

1814 
1812, 

1S85 

l>82 

1815 

1846 

1822 

1816 

18'!6 

isil 

1842 

1820 

18-Jl 

1778, 

1789, 

1796, 

17S7 

1789, 

I7iH 

1777, 

1778, 

178S 

1825 

1885 

1824 

1826 

1796, 

1804, 

1^7 

1827 

1881 

1816 

1819 

H49 

1806 

ISOT 

1819 

1820, 

1822 

1849 

1854 

1S20 

1848 

1858 

18.56 

1S47 

1798, 

1806 

1807 

1816, 

1818 

1819 

1820 

1S20, 

1822 

1S24 

1825 

1883 

1882 

1S89 

1840 

1832 

1827 

1845 

1808 

1811 



18 



79 
90 i 
97 

90 

78 
79 
89 



21 



99 



17 



21 



Crosby, Darius, 

Crosby. Edwin, 

Crosby, Edwin, 

Crosby, Epenctus, . . 
Crosby, Epenetos, . . 

Crosby. Stephen, 

Crosby, Stephen, .... 

Corser, Caleb B., 

Corser, Caleb B...... 

Gross, John A., 

Cross, John A., 

Crouch, Jonathan P , 
Crowe, William U.,. 
Croweil, Jesse, .... 
CroH ley. Kufus, .... 
Crowley, Kufus, . . . 

Cruger, Daniel 

Cruger, Daniel, 

Cruger, Daniel, 

Cruger, Daniel 

Cruger, Nicholas,... 
Cruger, Nicholas,... 
Cruger, Nicholas,... 

Cuck, Gerrit, 

Cuddcback, Abra. . . 
Cuddeback, Abra. J., 

Culbert, John, 

Culver, Erastus D., . . 
Culver, Erastus D., . . 

Culver, John, 

Culver, Oliver 

Culver, Samuel, .... 
Gumming. John P.,. 
Gumming, John, Jr.. 
Cunningham, Henr}' 
Cunningham, Henry 

Curry, Isaac, 

Curtenius. Peler, 

Curtice, Daniel, 

Curtis. Daniel 

Curtis Daniel S., ... 
Curtis, Ebenezcr, . . . 

Curtis, Elbert, 

Curtis, Eli 

Curtis, Elijah W.,. .. 

Curtis, George, 

Curtis. >Ti sse, 

Curtiss, Jess(\ 

Curtis. John C., 

Curtis, John C, 

Curtis, William P.,.. 
Curtiss, Gideon,.... 
Gurtis<s Hastings, . . . 
Gushing, Stephen B., 
Gushnian, Charles W. 
Gushman, Isaac L.F., 
Gutting, Francis B.,. 
Gutting, Francis B ,. 
Guykendall, Gomel,. 
Cuyki-ndall, Gomel,. 
Gu>lcr, Abraham,... 

Guyler, Jacob, 

Guyler, John, Jr.,... 
Guyler. John L., ... 

Guyler. Stephen, 

Daley, Charles P.,.. 

Daley, Edward 

Dana, Amaaa, 



Westchester.. . 
Westchester,. . 
Westchester,. . 

Dutchess, 

Dutchess, 

Cattaraugus, . 
Cattaraugus, . 

Monroe 

Monroe, 

Kngs, 

Kings, 

Chemung, 

Schoharie, ... 
Oswego, . ... 
Cattaraugus, . 
Cattaraugus, . 
Alleg'y&Steu., 
Alieg'y&Steu., 
Alleg'yJbSteu.. 

Steuben, 

New-Y««rk,... 
New- York, . . . 
Westchester, . 
C/olumbia, ... . 

Orange 

Orange, 

Fiilt At Ham.,. 
Washinizton,.. 
Washington.. . 
New-York,... 

Ontario 

Ulster, 

New- York,... 
Herkimer, . 
Mont. 3i. Ham., 
Mont & Ham 

Oneida, 

New- York,.. 
Clin. & Wash., 
Clin. A Wash., 
Columbia, .... 

Cayuga, 

Tompkins, ... 
Westchester, . 
Onondaga, . . . 
New- York,... 

Oneida,. 

Oneida, 

Sullivan, 

Snllivan, .... 

Oswego, 

Cortland,... . 
Oswego, ..... 
Tompkins,.... 

Orange, 

Chenango, ... 
New- York,... 
New-York,... 

Cayuga, 

Cayuga 

Albany, 

Albany, 

Albany, 

9»yaga, 

Essex, 

New-Tork,... 

V ilH'oOi • • • ■ • • 

Tompklna, . . 



1812 

1884 

1885 

1845 

1847 

1S28 

1880 

1851 

1853 

1843 

1849 

1889 

1857 

1885 

1847 

1857 

1814 

1314,15 

1816 

1826 

1T9I 

1795 

1833 

1816,17 

1830 

1S58 

1319 

1S3S 

1841 

1845 

1820,21 

1S34 

1854 

I79S99 

1824 

1S25 

1347 

1799 

1791 

1792,9S 

1849 

1S43 

188S 

1856 

1882 

1880 

18(10,1 

1831 

1616 

1883 

1S51 

1829 

1824 

18.5S 

ISM 

IS&O 

18M 

1887 

ISM 

1885 

17.^ 

17n,79 

17n,78 

1841 

18(17 

1848 

18M 

1886 



OF AS8BHBLT. 



Nbdkb. 


Cuaue. 


Y«n.j Nomea. j Counllca. 


r™. 


laaa LorM™.!!!;! 

)«mnr,WimB'io,..' 
iaBehy.JurunlBh.. 

OT^npnTI Lairrti™ 

■Ha, Abraham jC 
aria, Abnhani B. 

"fe Anlll''"-" " 
•aiH. B™j'™i'!i'i. 

Darla. Henry I,, . 

lark Jal><^. -'-... 
lavKJobn 

M\r 

'D*ta,SamtwlJ,... 
«laai, Ai^Le^:: 

awley, NrlMB,.... 

'iTnJa^::':.'.: 
S:j:i^':^':;:::: 


r^pkio.,... 

as;::::; 

IS.' 

Ere- 

ET 

L**i-. 

w'""'i.'.' ■■ 

sani^::::: 
Dutah^ :::: 

Hdw-Tort,.... 
'I'tt^' ■■■■ 

SaK;;':;::: 

-vJw-Yorki!!! 
nomberlSd,.- 

S:::::: 

jBflWfc 

IS*::::: 
SIS5»i.i: 


14V 
jJinl,* 

]ai!T 

IBOS 

I81MT 
829 

S 

Ml 

|. 


nrin.jlihsllnH!!!!! 

lM[i..roh^nnet...., 
■■ . M.i.Lk'r, Jaoob,. 

Dclevin JotinB..... 
DiHInn. Nalhanlet,. 
Oblong, Charija,..., 
Dslong, DavM 

lenarcsl. Cornel. M 
Demarial. .Tohn,.... 
DbMoU, Jum«,.... 
DBMoii,J„l,n 

S:S1^;!!:e!!1:;;;: 

Dcnnrnft .Tonallian, 
DHinIng Wlllam... 
nennlng. WIN lam, . 
rienninB, WUliam,.. 
Denning. William,.. 
ri™nl^ Aaron 

DennfejoBBlhan,., 

Dennt».Pau1 

DeanlB, Tlioma^.... 


OiwMa 

rfiiiipkln., ... 
rumpkliH.... 

SSSi;::: 

'>Ui-go, 

"""If 

'"»•«" 

L.'.iKWlaer.. .. 
i:.-TiMri«pr,.,. 
SLvi-York..., 
kii-hmond. ... 

ii 

AlhanJ, 

AIKany 

Albany 

ass::: 

dialer......... 

Dlller 

Ka»-York,... 
B-a. 

llZ'-YMt,'.'.'. 

Rouklasdl.'."! 
So/khmd,.... 

r;ssv:: 

NBW-Tnrk, . . 
le*-Tork,... 

SXu;:::: 

Dulchew, .... 

Wuh.&War., 

»"a'::::: 
o~»V. 


i 

ISS8 

i 

ISM 

sw 

Mt' 
7U9.S» 

|. 
Si! 

i" 

.7« 

r 

so 

is 


Dar.KwUml. 

>VaB,Cha>1t; 

K3S?£?.;: 

>ari™. NaUian,.... 
le«n,DelMW:;.... 
hran, Janus, Sen., . 
><wi,Janiea,SeiL,.. 
DM«,JaB«.Jtv.. 


81J,» 

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i 



HEHBKBS OF ASSEMBLY. 



N««ai. 


0,unu«. 


v„ 


-NsriM. 


OouDUa. 


Tmg. 




























^SX 












Ut N..> , ' 




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&T":': 




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' '"ii'."'',r'"::. 


^''-liarie 


su 




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liimlTur tSo." 


saa,-: 


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l0"UU. 


.»■■ 



BIEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Dnnuui, David, — 

noqr, Baruii,-;.,, 
JhW. f-hUiua, .. . 

x>iitr, i^tamun, 

Docxl Prlucij, 

ttatf, I'Tlnos. 

|»oly, Prince, 

Deny, I-rCn (1,, 

Du^heri], Mi.- i 

DonghtJ, Oiii.t 
i>uaglllT. Clt.:r\ . 

iioagiiii, chiiT-:, -, 

Uonglilf. cnnrio:, . 

OoukImb, A» .'.... 
DiiiulaiB. Uiailamin. 
DouRiw Uuilel W. 
DougluH KboDmuiTr 

IHiuglan. iHiaad... 
ll-'Ugliua. laonc B_.. 
Doirfhuit Jvna, ... 
liuui<Hi, 8«niiMl,.. 
l>nuBlua.SIi^l>ii1i>n.., 
JriHIsuolllII^, l>;ini~l 

Low.John. 

Uow,Jabn..... 
Dow Juhn,. . 
Downing, <■■>"■ - 

DoSDlng (Am a ,... 
Dm, AbTMhum,. ... 
Dox, IlMlc^N.,. .. 

Dui.JnhnU 

Din,Myiul"itU.... 
Un PeltJL,-. -- 
IMrle.EilwBnl 

Qnka.Chiriea,..'!., 

Drak«. Kiyiti, 

IinKe, Jsiuls 

DrAka, Joeob, ..-.-. 

DnkB, Juoli, 

Urakt, .Iglin 

Dnke,JnhnB. 

Unlifl, Baabcn 

Dndra, BubuH 

Drake. Bunnel, 

Itnke. Saniuel 

I>nika, Stinnel 

Drake. Bunnel . . . . . 

Dnana, tlBmuC.,.., 

Dnaae. Jobn B 

Daboh, Oorncll 
Dulmli HeniTi 



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'■™IJ{^I— ■ 



Ihirkfo, EIU'k.'"!!! 

lurla^ DMiei T.',! 

lurj'M.ll.nlel, ... 
Dulcber, Ourtei B... 
UnAxi. WUliaiD, 
Dwloell, JaMa. . 



Oyer, Obarles, , . , . 
Djgen, Dnolel,... 
UygertJolin, .... 
DygeilJiiUn B., , 



Ci»n|».... 



, IIM 



MEUBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



gSSSK-i;;;::: 

Kuril, JonM 

Enrll. Omn E 

Kuril,' K"li.Tl,'jr!^:! 

KuoUHi, llcnrjL^li 
KivTwaud, Aiiii,..-p^ 

Ei'litirt, lUnry..."'.' 

Eddy, Ollbwi, 

K'ldy, OUiiort, 

U.M>-, Suh 

KiMy, Bi'Di. 

Eilily. Tlmiilhy,. ... 

EriBifnin, Bsia, 

EditiTton, Bell, 

EdKcrlon, fiela,. ... 

Eiltit. tll^ul,. '.!!!! 
Eilinnndt. -Iiilin W., 
Klmnndj. fluanel,- 

K<l<>ll. Philip, 

Kiwll Philip, 

EdMll, Pli% 

EilHinli, Edwmid,.. 
Erlnmnlg. Edwiinl,.. 
E-lwanlii. JannihBn . 

Erinrds, ^mual L., 
Kdwudi. Umh,.... 

E.:ll>, Snniuul 

Kfncr, Valnnllne,... 

Kldurtio.'sDblEH",! 
Kldvrklo, Noble 9... 

Kldrod, Culqb,....'!! 

Eldnia, Oilob, 

Blrlred, Jam.'!, 

Ehlralga, Bun'iibw 
fe^ldredge, Jomea H., 

Kldruljt^i jainn B.! 

SldrlHliBl Selh. ...'.'! 

mi, Sohn,?.."...!:; 

EHIa. John 

Ellilboni. SoltmiDn,, 

Etia. Jimai 

Blh. Jsmin, , 

EllswoKh. JenmlBli, 

KHsworth.' Bamnel 8.] 
Blliworth, HinKslev,. 
Eliiwonb.^iukDley.. 
klb>wartb,WiUiraiiia 
HllBood, Reoben,... 
EtpWDdurfjCmndfi. 



Onoadagi,. . 

0«me, . . . . 
Hew-Yii'.li, '. 

liiim,!^'?!': 
SS:::: 

Tioga. 

KeiuiHlacr,. 



Elwood, Jiunn U., 
Kly. Edwarl 



Chiaaidaga. ., 



Pmnklln, ::.', 

Tinapkliu,..., 
Tomplilnii,..., 

ChunUaqna^'! 
Chautauqua, , 

!■"■«, 

lOUoRo, 



Gninnt, Hubert, .. 
SnuiuHis, Oartns, . 



prani, Bclillma 
IJiTWI, John, . , 



DutchiBi. ... 
-yurit,,.. 



Dulcben. ,. 



Aih^y.".:;: 

Dntohma, . . 



DDIcbeia, .. 
Madlann,. .. 
MadlBODt . . . 






1CEHBBB8 OF A88EHBLT.' 



rnrmir. Thonui,, 



fnnlkner, 4iin»,... 
TrnMaur, JinuH.. .. 
T^iolkiMr. Wm-, Jr.. 

Tmj,-l-m 

la;. J-tin.. 

VKtaT.'vmiwii'n.'! 
fcliawi, Chrli-D,,. 
yeCtnn. HiWT^--- 

Tdlmn. Uvnir 

Fillnn ll»iinr. 

F im. Jamb U.... 
Frnn. Fmlurielt A.. 
renn.irillluiiH^.. 
Frnnn Funds JS.,. 

Fin <n.OKTnlc 

F«ilan,I4ubiinl«l.. 
Feninn, Niilliiinlpl.. 
Fi'iifam. MMhuild,. 
Fcrdun, John W_ 

Fcnnnai GsorKgl). , 
F«4% AncoMiM F. 
FwtIi, Betianln.... 
Frrrlii, Bdjonila.... 
FvniK Hcnjamln,... 
Fi>iTU.B<inlaniln,... 
Ferrli, Ben}iim1n,... 
FerrlA. Beojamln O. 
Firris, BunnelB.,.. 
FMT»,Saviu*l B.... 
Fmia, Ttaalrhur I... 
FoTlii, T'lilebar I. . 

I'ew, William, 

Few. William, 

Few, VlllUm, 

Pew. WlUlam, 

Fiei.l. Heatj. 

rirld, J'wpb &.... 
Fldil, JiM.-p'' O,... 
Fldd. J<wph G.,... 
Field. Boben C,.,. 

Field, Seih 

Flero. Jnahna. Jr.,.. 




S5Q 

18^,31 



MEMBEBS OF ASSEHBLT. 



Nmh. 


Count lu. 


Y.m 


NamM. 


Coumlet 


Y™i. 


Floyd, NlsOl 

,^S:SI::::::: 

'oiiila, Iloow 

'■•iidi. IhHiwA.,.. 

'. ^l-o«.i:.. 

•■■Ml. Hiniy. 

-<«.lmllru^.... . 
WI>,IU-nry, 

^11.111, .inni A.,.. 

Uvit, MUt A... 
m*. awmwl A.','.'. 

aJSS::;::::: 
SiSa-.:::::: 

pliisfc.- 

SiWite,:::: 


Bimblk 

SmE; :;:;:; 

TUlwu 

MoniBom-ry. 

!IB;:::^ 

lerklniiT..... 

ii 

Ncir-yark.. . . 


1701,911 

11 

ITBS 

ii" 

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ISM 

1WII 

i" 

TIIS.M 
tWHV 
lAOI 

i 

aw 

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Fol, Alfrml, 

Fox. {.hiimcer J.,, 
'ox. ChuPBO^T J. . 

IfSS; 

Fox. (i.c.^teF.,... 

Fnx. Ni'miui 

;«,. Nooimi. 

Kox" JjornvBil," '" 

VoK. i'riltri;^ 

r"i. I'lTlurf!. 

Fmn<'!.=^..JohBT.. 

■r.„.r: Wfllinnif., 

r""',:;;;Et:;: 
■ ■ ■ iS- 

I'l^nl-hiAlwllV.;!; 
F"rnFh,Alicl 

Frrach, inymiaiii.' 

t:rj.n«u;K4.1._r«i_.Il 

jjl^lnf k". illlln.w.Jr,, 

FMrfw-'jnlin...""; 

Fr«L,l.uoa 

frB».J„,m, 

Froi«,.roal 


Lftirwii. ... 
nuUrauKiu,. 

fe::-:: 


1 

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S.'SKii;::: 
1%::::: 

DrlMuu 

mst::::. 

r)™d.wi... 


1M 
T»S.II 

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MS 

IMl 

ISIO 

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SS:;:::: 

Jbiny, 

Alh,ny 

CMuniblo,.... 

lulnhDM, . .. 

Onondngii,... 
4HHU1T 

iI.Chui.kKii 

Brklmor 

I«kla»r;.... 

Si; 
Sh:; 

M«w-York,... 

£'„■:::::.; 
SS;;:::: 


K;r'::: 

Tryon 


w«»h«ttf;: 

■Se 

aSS:::::; 


CIKSK:::: 

'iwlcr. ItrHbun II,. 

oirt«, l«.«.N....' 
owlor, Koban. 

JSiSBi.:;:; 


Vmt, Jr.iin W» .... 
Krou-Nllu, 

SHs:;:; 
kSS;:;;: 

TulKT.I'llllo «,.... 

'iillcr, I'lilloO., .... 

Fnllor RnMri....... 

Fkll«: li>»«l, 


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MEMBERS OF A33EMBLT. 




'Gardliur. amni 

Oanliicr, GeAr^-.-.,^ -^- 

■OHidner, flHii^8,...!T1nj», 
Ovdner, DlniBr. --INIiigii., 

OBrdnsr. llow^ SDHIngi 

Oanlim, HotbI 'Harnli^ 

Oirdner, llowol, — Simioe> 
Oanlniu', Juna Dv Albnnj, 
audna', Janwa KvlSuIlivon, 



HEIIDERS OF ASSEUBLT. 



OUtien, A 

Uilbiin, A 
Oilhtn, A 
Ollbrrl^ A 
U Libert, A 



)liUMn,AIb«I,... 
01lben,AlliiTt.,.. 
OFIbert, I<«iiJiiniln, 



Efijamln, 



OUbPrl. Kl 
Ollberl, E 



irainsm.., 



(Gilbert, TCllllini V 
aVbeil, WUIlim \' 
Oilberl, Wllltam V. ., , 
Bllhm. WHitani W, 1 
on. brlrt. nulvl, . " 
OnolirU,Jnbn,... 
OII(iBr[il,Jnfan,... 
OllcbrlU, Jnhn.. . . 

BllH.Aqul1m 

-OIlH, Aqulla, 

Ollii, AquiU. 

Qilca. Aaiillm. 

"""".Bid «... 



Kogfc... . 
KlDgi, . . , 

KIna,. --- 






Blnl't|l)«irnd!^ 

OlHKin.We^er. ... 



, llnn« V. 
M. Dnvfj,.. 



j,...M, ...-urjfcB. : 



VeaiSiaiar,' 



N^j™.... 
Cohimbu;:: 



New-Yifc. 

Fruklln, . . 
FrHiklln.... 
TampUaa, . 



KEMBEBS OF ASSEHBLT. 



Gniiger.CleiD IhiuP. 
Granger, Francli,... 
OrariB«r, Fmnels,. .. 

ersnger'Fnnr^... 

Orniil, An,....?'.'!! 
Onuil, A«, 

OTUt,J>mea..!!!!! 

6mni. I_A, G.'b!,, 
Gnat, lismuel H.,.. 

Onvta.J.aeph,'!!! 

eriiTM,Le«l« 

OrsTtss Lcwli, 

flrv, An'drawS.",!; 

Gmjr, Chorka, 

OnT,l>iTld. 

Ony, Swilel, 

Qntr. Oiutel, 

Sru, Danld, 

ei^.DuiH--.. 

Sraj.DuiM, 

enjr.Danl^ 

OnJ.EphraLm,..., 

0r«y;NHihBnl6l',!!! 
Qnj, Nonniii II.,. 
Gfuy, Thi.UL.iaS.,,. 



c™n.,«. 


y™. 


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ml 
















































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GreKory, UavLd E., 

■ogoTj-l-roscph,.'. 
Tgory.NojeuPT 

-^l^fli SlTXn.''. 
Grpiorj, Miliums. 
Oriin, .IlI^<>^ 

Griiii:OrniC.':;!!!' 
Grlffln, BninqeL 

UrifflnlsWDc-j'L.!!. 

I'Eyon....'.! 

Grtjg), Bsmo^ ... 

l! Cliu't B.!!! 



Dntdieu, . . 

Buffult,'!!!! 

TlngK, 

W»rrm, , . 

N"™ort!! 



ereenltlmMhr,.! 
Gnanai Moibb, .. 
Gnenp| AJpheoB fl 
Oraeoe, Aluheu B 

firecne, Job 

Qncne, Bnniiiet,.. 
6raen^ William 1 
flreouly, Ttiumu,, 
feeiDlT, Thanuui . 



OroiK Lawmico!"" 


























































Cai"IPV 



S.S 



HEUBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



Gurijeg. AbnUiun,. 
Ournse, AbnhBin,. 
Ourneo, Abnhnm. 
Ouriuey, BzekM B. 
QDthrlSM'nliB 

Oiiyon, -Itnuf., 3r-, 

J1aiAieT,*Aii»n, 3r. 
JlsDliley, AUDB,Jr 

Jlsckivy, PhiroM... 
IJadlDy. Ainqi K,. 
Iludln-. Amos K.,. 
liHilluT. Ainai 1(„. 
iluJley Burling O. 
HbB; JDBtph K, ... 
Ilsgar, biDlel,Jt.,. 

Uiger, Henry, 

ll»){fr. H^nry, 

II niter, Polcr, 

Tloger, PMrad,... 
Bager, PbImM.... 
Itnxer. PWer M,... 
lln%hI.Eb.nrapr„. 
i[.1lglir,Ebeiie»tr,.. 
]lalghl, Flelohur M 

ii°iSm,'j"iiS,' ;.'!;; 

iiuightB.ton 

JIuiehL Snniuell ..'. 
itnighl.mimai'l, ... 
llBlglil, SnniaeL, ... 
JlalgWl. Bamuel, ... 
llDlel't.3>mDid.... 
Ualghl, simlwii, .. 
llBtM,HiirW..,. 
BnltHrl. Kdu^., .. 

Kills, DiiniBi,...."! 
lids, OiHirKa 

lIil(i,MdnliHsii1,... 

jibhIaw^!^..';:: 

ll»l,Ain« 

IU1l,AtnnL 

]riU,Aiiin 

ll>ll,Amrw, 

H.11, Amo.C 

HilUBirmbu,.... 

llBtl.Brnlumiay.',;. 

Hull, Dnvtd, 

JIill, Unrliu, 

HalLGcam. 

UbII, Ohirlei Q. DTT 
fi4J*m«, 



jloll. Johiuon,,. 



Tnmpktiu. . 
Trnngikliu, . , 







Dutch™, .... 


I--W 


CorUnnd,. ... 




























oS^l^,;.i^ 






























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Obtuatave, . 


I3M 



liun, r.iriofc,. 

imn; WHIliim, 
HDuiillan, Willi am: 



Elliba,.. 
Ephnln 






WublDfion, . 

Utdlson,...'. 
Srit,. ...... 

EtnsislKc,., 
Clieilsngo,... 

Onolda, 

onlgomory, 

f"W». 

Bufllilk, '.'.'.'.'. 

Sunblk 

BnltMk 

Tompktni,'!!! 

Seneca, 

Onondie^.. 
Onondaga,... 

Cayngn, 

Csyog*. 

c»y"g^ 

pniciiw., ;;; 
lEw-yJik;; ; 

l"*no. 

SaraKwii, ... 

Oneidi!:;;!! 

a»™'oeii,..., 

oBrnbin,.,,. 

KcUHlurj!! 
Bobahaita,'.'!! 



»" 



UEHBESS OF ASSEMBLY. 



»,> 


Counllei. 


Va.«. 


Nimo. 


Co™.™. 


Te»™. 


r-,r.*:: 
Mr?-'- 


Npw-Tork,..- 

kIH^:::;::: 

3n 'SAUincr; 

UtHtr','.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
DjKl^f. 

ib^kiu^j; '. 

RoekJan.l. . 
WMhlngiiir,. 

Mnnrrie, 

MonroS 

T.1M. 

£::;::: 

McHiiitomr^i; 

NFW-Torli!!'* 
New-Ti.rV, 

MonttHoui. 


1 

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is.™ 

im,wi 

ITS", SI 
ITM,SS 

iir 


EIart,Jo>i.U. 

Han, Lf. 


CnrUand, 

Lew\i. 

Oswego, 

OnBrio. 

ISli.Ji™".'; 

HE:::: 

KranWIn,..., 
prte,.^'. 

Kite: 

New-Torfc.'!! 
Ntw-York,,.. 
New- York,.. 

?S::?S:::: 

Ws.lf]i«i.r, 


iSlB 






!: JS::::: 

n, CbHUT, .. 

KStSt 

ihurgh, Jo. O. 

'j"lin ;.!!" 

Ills.::: 

IdliuAbm.V. 

-Iwtlllani,";! 

■, Wimain,... 
■,WI]tam,.,. 

ilS:::: 

■,Koi»n, .... 

r, Robort,.... 

'S.i: 


Uart, Robert 

Han. mchardF.,... 
Hut^StiTxtiel. .,..,. 

e-rtKlTb™ 

Ban,TTioniak 

nirnKi,Orlanilih!! 
[»tbmtm W.lliam T 

HaweTl, Jnhn 

iratrh, Edward H... 
Ilalch, liB«l T 

SiSSfc: 

lIiLt.U.inoj,SoinucrG 


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ISM 
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11 

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llalchen. .,,, eS'V!! 

WMti.«Wrtr^lB'8 

Uichmnnd,... inn 
Rlchmnnd,,.. ten 

oamitC..:'.:. BH 






taael. 

Pi: 


Hjilhaw.y.9.imnG-Ir 

llailiom, Joltn 

Haiftom, John 

nalhora, Jobn, 

SasiS;::::: 

lla'boni. J"hD 

SIS .St-:::: 

Riiverli, Clir1«iBn.. 
Hbh™, ChBTlM III. 
lUTeiu,J^^iatluuiH 


&£•::::: 
SE: ;:::;. 


iSi 

I7il».6* 
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HEUBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



ll^nn, Itnrw,. 



Ml) 



IIhuIUjt. J.v1 f '. . 
■■.■My.lloniFe,.... 

Ilpair, llnnra. 

Kiiir]'. JnahDii 

Ili'ily, Jnsliui, .... 

lltsni, Jiunn, 

Iliimor. llunrv,..., 
Iiwmi, Jmiu C., ... 
ncUb, Enlninnn P^ 

Knfon, Snihu 

HvMlon. RuftM, 

llmtob, K^iflA, 

n«l.lim..l.Kiliih..... 

llsdRtiB. UaiUI, 

HodM, I>avh), 

UedgN. DmM, 



SnffDili, 

BgRuCk, 

snflMn; ;;;;; 

Hiiffiilk, ..... 

"suBuikl!!.!! 

"SSX.r.;: 

■■ w-York,... 
K-Tort,... 

w-Tork... 

.. Naw-Torii,., 



ISM 

iais,ir 



uui,-ii..SiS .... 


1^1^ 


































































































o™!g::::: 


























































flnftHk; 





1. Wra. P,. 

iHttl"::::::: 

lIcnilcrHiii,' Dirdao.^ 
n.'nJrlDki.'Bc'Kl.,... 

,-, J.ihn II,,.... 

ii;.n»;jt"i.Srt, ■.':;:: 

[[.^klmer, Jrihn 

■■ ■■ ,Jol,n,.... 

lilcSiiv! P, _ 
ivmium H.. K 



IIIbl«nl,_TUiiuUir B. 



Uicki, Baqjamln,., 



Nl"^prk.:: 

Uvliimlon,.. 
Ilcrkliniir,'.'.'. 

iw-YiJii'," 

oiMgo,.:'.;;; 

Albany, ..... 
■lunlKUincrj, 

7 Nm-Tork;! '. 

w-Ywkl '.' 
-York... 



o«r«», 

cwogm 

Be M BBtaer,... 

Schnhsiin,'.'.'.! 
Selinh.ri«..... 

Stw'.\ortL.'.'.'. 
CUmnuctta, . 



17»l,»t 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



281 



NameA. 



Hicks, BeEOamlQ.. .. 
HickB, Benjamin,... 

Ilickft, Elias, 

Hicks, Jacob 

Hicks. John, 

Hicks, John 

Hick$i,John, 

Hicks, John, 

Hi ka, John, 

Hicks. John, 

Hicks, John D., 

Hicks, John D.,>>>> 

Hicks, M. Day, 

Hicks, Truman B,.. 
ir cks, Truman B.,.. 
Higby Chiirlcs G ,.. 
Hit(gins, Henry K.,.. 
niliiruth, James, . . . 
litlUreth, William, . 

Hill, Eli 

Hill, James 

Hill, Jamus, 

Hiti, James 

Hill, Jgmcs, 

Hill, James, 

Hiii, John F 

Hill, Jonathan, 

Hill, Nathaniel P.,.. 
Hill Nathaniel P. . . 
Hi I, Nathaniel P.,.. 
ItilU Nathaniel 
Hill, Theodore, 

Hiller, John F 

Hillyer, Lawrence,.. 
Ilillyer, Lawrence,.. 
Hilton, Bi-njainin,... 

Hilum, Peter A., 

Hilton, Peter A., ... 

Hilton, Peter A 

Hinckley. Gardner . 
Hinds, Iloffcr W.,... 

Hin<l> Corlis, 

Hinds, C«>rlis 

Mine Josiah,. .. 

Hine, Reuben H 

Hitchcock. Adol's F.. 
Hitchcock, Luke,... 
Hitchcock, Simon C. 
Hitchcock, Zina,.... 

1Iitchco-k, Zina 

Hitchcock, Ziua,.... 

IHtchoock, Zina 

Iloajs, Jonathan, .... 
Hoag, Jonathan,.... 

Hoag. Prince, 

Hoag, Samuel W.,.. 
Hoard, ( harles B.. . . 

Hobbs. Albert 

Hochstrasser, Jacob. 
H-'Chstrasser. Jacob, 
Hochstrasscr, lacob. 



Count'-es. 

Ren.ssdaer,.., 
Rensselaer, . . . 

Queens, 

Queens, < 



P 



v • 



Kings,. 

Kings 

Kings, 

Kings, 

Kingi, 

Kings, 

Queens, 

Queens, 

Monroe, 

Warren, 

Warren, 

Steuben. 

Monroe, 

;Mo:itgr.mery, . 

•)ntario 

Ontario 

Washington,.. 
VVashingtoii . 
Washingtim. . 
Washington,.. 
Wash.tStWar'n 
Chenango. , . . 
Columbia, .... 

'raugd 

Orango. 

Orange, 

Orange, 

Oneida 

•1 hoharie, . ... 
Rieiiinotid, ... 
ICicliiuoud, . .. 

Columbia 

Scholia- le 

Schoharie, 

Schoharie, . .. 
!ler<imor ... . 

BroDme 

Jefferson 

JefftTH n, 

CoriUmd, 

Ulster,.. 

Wa.shington,.. 

Oneida, 

Madison, . ... 
WuHh. lb Clin., 
Wash.S: Clint., 
Wash.& Clint. 
Wash.* Clint., 
Rens-selaer, . . . 
Rensselaer, . . . 

Dutchess, 

Ren.Hselaer,... 
Jefferson, .... 
Franklin, . ... 

Alba;iy, 

Albany, 

Alb'y Jb Scho., 



Years. 



Names. 



Hochstrasscr, Jacob, ' Albany, 



Hodges. Daniel, 
Hodgson John 2d,.. 

Hoes, Lucas 

Hoffman, Anthony,.. 
Hoffman, Anthony,., 
liofflnaii, Anthony,. 



Cattaraugus, . 

Warren, 

Columbia, .... 
Ditchoss, .... 
Dutchess, .... 
Datchess, .... 



1 1 94 j'Hoffman,Jo8i'hOgd*n 
1 7i>6 ! Hoffman Josi'hOgd»n 
1889 ^ H offman.Josi'hOgd'n 
1792,93 n«»ffman JosPhOgd'n 
I8<j3 I Hoffman.Josi'hOgd'n 
1804 !;Hoffman.Josi'hOgd'n 
1 8*i4, 5 ;j Hoffjnan.Josi'hOgd'n 



Counties. 



IJiOti 
ISOT 
1808 



U2'\ 21 



Hoffman, 
: Hoffman, 
; Hoffman, 



Michael... 

Michael,. 

Michael, 



1828 

18)0 

1828 

1S85 

1851 

l.>^42 

1798 

I8.S."> 

1819 

1807 

I8-.>S 

ISOS, 9 

1812 

I S20 

1*^7 

lvi« 

H16 

1319 

l>2» 

1825 

1814,15 

1 S.i.) 

i8r> 
isar 

IS18 

1812,13 

l>.16 

1>16,17 

1n54 

1851 

1808,9 

1811 

\<iiJ 

1845 

1847 

18U 

1842 

17n9,90 

1791 

17S>2 

17.j2,33 

179S 

1793,99 

1S23 

1840 

183S 

lN-)6 

1794 

1795 

1796 

1796,97 

1825 

1847 

1S48 

1777, 7S 

1778,79 

1784 



Hoffman, Nicholas,. 



Hoffman, Ogden,... 
Hoffman, Ogden.... 
Hoffman, Philip L.,. 
Hoffman, Ph>lip L.,. 
Hoffman. Stephen B.. 
Hoffman, Zuchuriah, 
Hoffnagle, J(»hn.... 
Hoffnagle, John, . . . 
Hoffnagle. John,... 
Hoffnagle, John,... 
HogarlTi. Richard,. 

Ilogan. Qorrit 

Ilogan, William.... 
H(>gebo<»m Henry,. 
I logeboora, James L. 
Hogeboom, James L 
Hogeboom, John C. 
Hogeboom, John (J.. 
Hogeboom, John T 
Hogeboom, Killian.. 
Hogeboom. Kil ian.. 
Hogeboom Lawren'e 
llogeboom Lawren'e 
Hogi*boom, Stephen, 
llogeboom, Stephen, 
Hogeboom, Stephen, 
Hojrebnom, Tobia&L. 
Holt, Gates, .... 

Holt, Gales, 

Hoit, Gates...... 

Hoit, Gates 

Holbert, Peter. . . 
llolcomb, James, 
Holdridge, Ab'm P., 
Holdridsre, Ab'm P. 
II(»ldridge, Pliny B.,. 

Holland, Ivory, 

Holland, Ivory, 

Hollenbeck. Ste'nM. 
IloUey, George W., . 
Holley, John M...... 

HoUey, John M...... 

HoUey, Josiah, 

Holley, Josiah, 

Holley, Myron, 

Holley, Myron, 

Holly, Luther 

Hoi lis. George M., .. 

Holiister, Cady, 

Holmes, Benjamin, . 

Holmes, Caleb, 

Holmes, Charles, .... 
Hoi man, Daniel, .... 

Holmes, Henry, 

Holmes, Samuel L., 
Holmes, Silas, ..... 
Holmesi SUaa, 



New-York, . . . 
New- York,... 
New-York, . . . 
New- York,... 
New- York, . . . 
New- York, . . . 
New-York,... 
Herkimer,.... 
Herkimer,.... 
Herkimer, .... 
New- York, . . . 
New- York, . . . 

Orange, 

Columbia, .... 
Columbia, .... 

Madison, 

Dutchess, 

Essex, 

Essex, 

Essex, 

Kssev 

Ontario, 

Albany, 

Franklin, .... 

Columbia 

Rensselaer, . . . 
Rensselaer,. .. 
Columbia, .... 
Columbia, .... 
Columbia,.... 
Columbia,.... 
Columbia,... 

Albany, 

Columbia, 

t'olumbia,.... 
Columbia, .... 
Columbia,.... 
Columbia, .... 
Clint'n.tF'klin 
Clint'n&F'klln 
Clint'nAF'klin 
Clint'natF'klin 

Orange, 

Albany 

Columbia,.... 
Columbia, .... 

Monroe, 

Otsego, 

Otsego, 

Albany, 

Niagara, 

Wayne, 

Wayne 

Colnmbia, .... 
Dutchess, .... 

Ontario, 

Ontario 

Dutchess, .... 

Otsego, 

Saratoga 

St. Lawrence,. 
Saratoga. ... 
Schoharie, ... 

Seneca, 

Saratoga,. ... 
Westchester, . 
Chenango, ... 
ChenaQgO) . . . 



Years. 

1791 

1793 

1792,98 

1794 

1795 

1796. 97 

1812, 18 

1841 

1 842 

1844 

1788,89 

1S28 

1826 

1795 

1796 

1881 

.816 

1818 

1819 

1820 

1827 

1828 

1820,21 

1828 

1839 

1804,5 

tsos 

1T9«,97 

1793 

1857 

1793 

1798,99 

1786 

1792 

1791 

1792,98 

1796 

1882 

1810 

1811 

1812 

1313 

1812 

1796, 9T 

1823 

1829 

1854 

1836 

1837 

1S54 

1858 

1883 

1841 

1802 

1792,98 

1816 

1820, 31 

1798 

1857 

1848 

1848 

1812,10 

1856 

1841 

1858 

1848 

1813 

1828 



HEUBER8 OF AS8EUB1.T. 



Jlunu, ii DIT, 

H uni-y wp|]| lanuAJr, 
HuuFTWrll, IwwUr. 

Ibaikrr, Wlllliiil^... 



llutikiDi.C'drb, .... 
Il.]ikh», IteTld,.. 

llollkilH. UKVld.... 

M«tikliiL llBiliL.... 
IliuAlufc DnM,.... 
U.nikidn, IMviif..... 
Iluiiktiimnsclil.... 
Ilnlikllll, »livlil,.... 
lluiiktn DiivUI,.... 
Ilriiikiwi, David,. ... 



Uvrkinirr,.. 



IliaAlm, llivld... 
Ilu|ikiiB,»Bvi<l,.. 



HrMkluis lU'ulwn, . 
■■■ ■'■'■■fcKmiiell, . 



]la|ipcr, Jaipvr, .. 
Iln|lp1ni<!uriK'.!! 



II, (IVOHI^ .. 

Kl, JeJwllal 



Hrntrni, Winiiun, . 
llnrltird. B«hen.. 
Hogim. Qtiirsf. . 
HnMhkiM, QU. k. 
Ilotahkla, WIUIui 

Il-iogh, Ami. 

Hnnih. Lnnulf.'-- 



■IIMIKbk, 

Ridi^lelfiig, I 
ItnBithMlne,. 



W«urh>wr, . 

WnlohFMer, . 
Wnlehnier, . 



tdrfclinci',.. 



aT*7. B«n|anilD, . 

Honn], UrnryUl 
'lowirdjJohn-.... 



Unve, JiiHa D^... 

tlnwa], 'Ednril'.'. 
I"iw«ll, OUbrtC... 
^_ nta, Ollln-n, .,. 
IB4.BB HdwbH, tiilliprt . . . 
JS" To-rfl, John B„.. 
;h,BI Muwell, NubBtliaL. 
— "■--t«. N«lh..ii A, 
_. ret. Nallwi. A, 

TD3,X UnwTK Thnmu 

..„?. H^i. H™.lmu«i,. 
ih]. Hompbrey 
- -iHl, Th.imi~ 

lliiile, SIi4>)ku, 

U<^ie, Oiunio V_'.. 
H..j-iH Tiniillhy. ... 
HiifUudt, AdaiD A.. 

Hojurartt, wm. W- 

loyi. Chirim B,... 
tort DnviJP, 



Hwt, MinH 
tolAmrd, A 
Hubbud, Ai 



Hubbiird, Jnlin F... 

■"ibbHTd, BUBdl. , 

ibbsM, BeUi. Jr.,. 



Knbbell, VfUtt... 



CMlaraDgni, 



Vew-Yorii,'.'.. 



illnird, Ciilvl 



I IfctBatiwIon, In pUee Bf I^un, rwltiinJ. 



MBXBESS OP ASSEHBLT. 




MEMBERS OF AS8E1IBLT. 



Nun-. 


ConnllM. 


Tear..| Nntna. 


C.untl«. 


Teui. 


lanae^ OenrRa . .... 
vs>ia Aiiitiuliu li.,. 
VM, Jei-.-, 


Dorlland, 

JcB-nmnl "1! 
«"'l""n, 

hTnnk[in' .'.',. 

Monti&Ifom!, 
MnnlAUam: 

"wniW. 

Cayona, 

Bull, •'Uiiief,' 
HnIL « Ubbir, 

TIMer, 

JUler, 

lull's ^'uiitaV 
Jjjler, 

jtew^Yia*,'.'.'. 

Rair-Turkl;!." 
New-Tnrk,. .. 
Ne«-T..rk,... 

Neir-York,... 
T.1«J^ 

Oolumbl-a,,.,. 

AlbaoT^?.... 
Albany, 

Dnelda. 


1-igg JC9Mn,Jnhn 

i^ Je*e&, Kr»'bom 
IHM Jd-sB. J,J.n. 


KdV^::; 

Jeir-Sofki;" 

£=1E,::: 

IKlawan 

nwkiBDci', ,'.';. 

itocklimd,... 


L«ia 


Jai-k«m.rharH*.. 
ack»n F.tliihaldS. 

; :::;£:s:filh"w . 

.TocltMn, Sainnel... 
.InckBHi, Bnmuel... 

jQtD»ar^_|l|>lin,.... 
.luun, Ahraliaio,. 

:ISir.M::::. 

jSj^ph,".::: 
:!;;s:^S,i,°;^r.'::::: 

.l!!!!^ Willban^ 

.Tnrrli, Jamoa, 

■Tartii, Nalhanlel,.. 

JSlfSffi:::: 

Jay, Frederlek,.... 

Juy. Predprfek 

.lay, Frulerick,.... 

JSKK::-:: 

Juyrie. Bamnet, Jr., 

J.nklm. Jonalhan,. 
Ji'Hklu. Jonalban.. 


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Jotinann. JerilnTlak.'. 
lobiwHi. Jurumlab, 

li.bq«m, JtrpioUih 

KdinwB, Martni K. 
Inbnion, -ManninH.. 
luhmon, Mnntnn, . 
Jabnun, Mormui. . 
.lcAd»n,R.«lh-rP. 
rcAmoo, HnmuPl E., 
inhnann, Samuel A., 
Johown, SWiihen, . 

lohmii™ Knborl,... 
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.lone^ DaUd H. F.. 

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lonea, fhllo, 

Jone^ Samuel 

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Connllea. 


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Jnnea, Will am 

J<tnGa, Win un 

JordBB, ArnbruK L. 

.ludd, Otlrer, 

jDdd.Olirer, 

Jndd. Btodilanl, ... 

aaSS::::; 

Judmn, EOwitFd B.,. 
Jnlland, HkAard W., 

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XaDe,Cbar'eh 

FiKS;:::;: 

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Dulehesi,.... 
Dothuu, .... 

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Albany,". 

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KonnAiy.BiwjiusK, 
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[Mwal!!!^'::::::: 

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:enyan.Jiniet,,... 
Kenyon, Bnbert G., . 
Kenyon, VInoent,... 
Kenyon, Vincent,... 

elcliani.JnlinH..!! 
Keldiam, Jolin M., . 
KetebamJohn M.,.. 
Keujhom, Ekhard,.. 
Kelcliarn, Jamea,.., 

Ceyei, Harvey 

Keywr. Abraham, -Tr 
Key.Br.Al.rah«n,Jr 

b[lenl«l,Luke!.... 

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King, Klliba W.,... 
King, Ellsba W 

ai«, ErMttu, 

:ini, Gamaliel. .... 

:ing, Jaetun,. 


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K'a.::: 
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Si'bohiirie. ... 
Hfw-York.... 

WMlohMlH, 

lull'uAUIiIir, 

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3nltsraugB>, 
King. 

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King, Pteitoo, 

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Ingman. Qeorge 1, 
Ingmw., John, Jr., 

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HEHBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



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Cmnliei 


Year. 


Nam* 


Conntiei. 


Yean. 


Uwren 

ii: 

Lil»r« 
Gwjw 

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AimhaniL, 

Ijiw'08, Jr., 
Lsw'ce, Jr., 
MiFhDiu, .. 
Tluimna,... 

Udrew 

Sroier, .„. 

»pwtlh K. W., 

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tHiihirlo 

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BBhnhnri,,..,. 
BdiDh.rK.... 

neida, .;;;;; 

neldo^ 

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Onlario, 

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Onondaft*,;;; 

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Loomird, TliiiDthT... 
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Leonard, Tlmolhy... 
Lranard, "nmofliy,. . 
LBR<.j.Den.niUi.C., 
.eBo)', nermiui,... 

K; &:,::: 

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Leil«r,ThoniM8.,.. 
LnlET. Tiionuu S.,.. 

LTwKAb™" .*'.;: 

Lewie Abner 

Lewie, Benjamin F.. 

IdwU, Frnnoii, Jr.,. 
Lowie, Morgan, 

KKC::::; 

Lewis, Sami.el 

Le*K8amn« 

(L'EInmniB.llM,&M, 
Li'ldle, Theodorl^ 

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Ll^'(leld,'Ei™':: 
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jichDeid, EiMia.;;; 

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Woehlnglon,.. 

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Llvliigilnii, BriKk-tt, 
LivlntniUD, Brock"^ 
LLvlnj^Lon, Chir. L-, 
XlTlDgUon, Cbir. 1^ 
Xlvlngilun, Chjrr. L., 
Xlvingilon, Chu. L., 
LIvInnloD. Cliiir. I- 
LlTlDHHon. Kdnrd. 



New-ro*,.. 
New-York,.. 
New-Yurk... 
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..-..-Yorit,., 
Now.Tork,... 

Now-yii[fc!.'; 



ioilhert,. 
■■fi«»H, Gilbert,. 



Llrlnninn, ll< 
Ll'tnnlon, 11 

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^LVinHBumr ncnry a. 
Llvlnnlon. Henry W. 



I>ulehes^ '.'.. 

CDlamblo,!!! 
Colombia, . . , 



X[v<iigalDU, John.. . 
LIvlnnlDO, Jobn,.. 
LIvlngilon, .lohn,.. 



Llvlngitoa,UunQri(if! 



biTiiiJi«HiD,jiuucnin, UHBHUHI 

IMnphmJiaueilBl, CMombli 
ZiTlnplon, rclerll., Dilumtifi 
Uvlngaioo, Peters^ I 
LlvlnplobP. V.B. t 
Llrlngitnn, P&Hlp,.. Wa 
UTlngvoKiBobHia, Nm 
LlTlngilan.KabertU. Ket 
LIvIngiloa KobarTT. 
LlrlngUnD, Waller, 
Llvbieitoii, W>tU:r, 
Ui'innlon, Waller, 
lJvln;(lan,WlUlain 
Llvlngiioo, Wllllaia 
livlngnton, TIDIaa 

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ColniDUa,.. 

Oohnnbla... 
Otdambia,.. 



Lone, Aami 

Lonntroflt. JameL . 
'-ifer, 01hmpl,„. 

„_jkM, OlIlBllll,.,. 

Lootnlg, Arjihuxfd, 
Loomld, AT|ihaxed, 
Loomli, ArphBicd, 
LoaiDll. Aiihb«[, ... 
Lowoii, Uhnunec}',. 
Loombi,! luiunwj,. 
Loonl^ Tbomiu T. 

Lord, J OKI lb, 

LonL WlLltam, .... 
Lorlllud, Junb..., 
LorUlard, JasD)),... 



Lou, AbrnhAla P., 

Lott, Inaa 

Loll, JeruniUih,.., 



Ilerklnm', 

IClTfcllBeT,.... 

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Lnit, JolinnnitE.,, 
LDlt,,Ii>bannHL,.. 



LoDV, Comoliui,.. 
Lomr.C- '-- 
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TompklD,. . 



Lnckay. FiHbomG. 



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Hmme.. 


ConnUH Teun.l Nnmia. 


CounU* 


Tem. 


Xodlow.Thomi.,... 

SllXMbK-T...'.' 
.11^ Stephen, 

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Tlolt, Abram M 
Jkor, lit.iry. 
•JMl'.J" - 

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leCMUlama...... 

eCanliy.Dennl'i'.! 
cOinhy.DeiiiiH,.. 
el-vlby, DennLi,. 

MeOlmrj, Bnnlel .. 

UtCIsllBn.eirane^O 

MoUlnBT.Orrtn....; 
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NBW-TorkM! 

Slir.::: 

Oiwcgo, 

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iiiKlrnlli, Tiromu.?. 

MDKo.iri'u..T'ohn,..7 

[t{°FaddU,.loh'n'wV 
>fiiFiiddcn,JohnW-, 

loFmrliuil Palricltl.! 
UiFuluid, Kiibon,. 
McForliind, Willi Dm, 

sSfiBS' 

H.Oniw! Ferrlti'n.' 

Uotnlyre, Arehlbibl, 
MclMy™. An hlbflli 
McIiUyre, ArehilMld 

Molnij-r, ■ 

McKsy, Uobcrt^"! 
McKiy, Kobvrt,-... 


Chwioua,.,., 
Charlotte,.,... 

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WublngWa, . 

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NnmH. 


Coonllci 


ToaiB. 


Namsa. 


CounUei. 


r,.n. 


HeEami, John. 

UiAetHi, Jolin, 

McKlnoaj.PamuBlT. 

MfKlnt'lry, ifhiirlM,. 
MoKlni-lrf, Chnrlrn,. 
UrKinilry, John,... 
MfKlnilrr, .lohu.. , 
MoKlniiry. BobBrt,. 
HcKnigbt, Oulvin,.. 
HcKnlghC Calvin,.. 

McKowD. 'letnni,.., 
MoKown, Jame^.., 

gaSS:;: 

Mai-lay, Wllllun B. 
HfLaan, ArehlVd 11 

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cLean, John. 

(.Lean, Jobn 

cLoanl John,'!!!!! 

J~.SS: 

VoHudcnuniwiJr 

eMaiLan. Dniid.. 
dU nmrl Vtmarm 


Npw-York,... 
law- York,... 

Sr^me. ...".'. 
ToraptTne,.,. 

?'w To??"- ■ 

Oolnmbla;.... 
OolnmblB,.... 
CohunWa, ... 
Cotanbla,.... 
Ji^THionT ... 
Jesenon, .... 

Albany 

Albany 

^hanj, 

SSS::!::: 

Living»"on',;:: 
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l&at''::: 

McWhonw, David,. 

MoWbiirter; .liibn!!! 

MeWtaoneiiMu hew 
HcWboner.Mallbew 
McWborier Samuel. 

Main, Aleiondei H, 
Iain, Jnaboa. 

lalburn.WllliimP.' 
Mnleom. Wiilliini,... 
MBlcom, William.... 

M'ulSIm! William^:: 
Mi.llcry, H-illi.qi,... 

.Meilory, Davlrl, 

Mnllory: navld! 

.MHllary, llanry 

MandMler, William 
andaville, jMhan. 
andavlliB Wm. 0, 
aoly.Thnmai,... 

SU; ?=::;: 

W, AbllnhTSr.,.. 

anS;.AbijSm'jJ:;: 


3SS:;:; 

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m^ 

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Iow-Yor«,... 

Mi 

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[eriimer,.... 

IR=K;;::: 

Neir-Tork,,.. 
New-York,... 
Oneida. 


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Nan,«. 


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Yoan. 


anil. Epbralni ,. 
latab.EpbralsiCs. 

aiJSfi;::;:; 

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aii*i<U.Ei«, 

aahnlLOUaFl,'"- 

Mluan.ABgaiiii^i'' 

lIaal«.JUi»uiA., .. 

Martin. Michael ^ . 

Ifartln. Mliuo, 

Marao. BnJoiDoo. , .. 

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I'ninKe, 

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Snraloga, .... 
WuiblRBlUD. . 

Onlarlu, 

UhenuiBO."!! 

SS,T;.:: 

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Reniwelaer,. .. 
New- York,... 

(Joniand 

Onondaga,... 

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AJb.iny, 

Waih. bWaXi 


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Jaulou, Moninej, .. 

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Mead.NlnbDluB... 
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Meud.Onialniiu..,, 
Meade. Cliaria H., . 
Mtdburry. Cbarlei, . 
Medberj, Allied, ... 

grw&,: 

M^lS^Sm'iak. 
UeruBln, Tbonuu S. 

Mertiem, Nalbanlel. 

Mtrrili, Jamm, 

Merrlu. Joha, 

Icrry, Lawrence L 
Mtrry, BamiiBi.Ji„. 

Mereeri^au, Omieliua 
ilcraprean, David,.. 

Mewrean! David!!! 
M.'raefean,J,™b... 
UHraereau, Jglia G, 
Menniuio, John 9., 

Herurmu, Jadiua, 

(craermii, Josiiaal 

Mertsf. MallhwrT!.- 
Melcillf Arunnh, — 




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Srbotaaiie,. 




Jaffen™! " 
Cbemang,. 




S.'M 

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Samlnga,.. 

DaLch«S?. 
rjbenango, 
OrangB,... 

Chenango, 
Nob. York, 

Naw-Vort! 
New-York, 
lUehraond, 
BdiQbarie,. 












Ma*.ini\ Anltiony. . 
MarvlDe, Anthoaj', . 

SSS;];::::: 
!lsa *»■*■.;; 
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Matber, XoAnw A^ 

U ihec. Belhd, 

UalkFt, Frederick E. 
MallHwa, David, ... 

aialtaaiia. Hvnry,... 
MaltBKHi, Henry,... 
UaUeann. Tnmp. H. 


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Richmond, 
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Co^nd,^ 


Y«ri. 


N^on.. 


CoonUM. 


run. 


•rt, Abrahnra, 
ifft, Abmtuim"'. 

m, KiihuilDl. 

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llnKbnC'!!!! 

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CllDloa 

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OMiidi«^... 
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New-Y.ffb.,.. 

camrnAB'knB 

CIlalliBP-klla 

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Morrbun! I(d.l£l<tk,. 
HorriiQii. Kovlor. N 
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M.-«, A-roii, 

Miine. (WHn 

Mane. Kaat\i 

Morse, Lfinud 

M'jne, Klchird 

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Uuns, Tlmoby,.... 

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Hao-rork.... 


M«.he/.JflB>ibu,. 
M«,AbK.bH., .. 
M«,AbUibH.. .. 


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SUB. Andrew. 
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b.a.v 

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Andre*,! !'.! 

K'.?-::: 
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Wuhlnglon, 
NlBgVl, .... 

N1iii*ri 

Wuh.AWBr^ 

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B<«10gB. 

B«-log», 

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DUlOhMI^ .... 

B««^ 

suungl^!!!!! 

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MntLKbrnosfi!!!. 
Mall. Kiwoeler, .... 

SSfa-.:::::: 

MOU,jMBMhO.,..., 

HotCzebuirui::!!!!! 

Kott, a-bdlon 

MoHZubuioB. 

MMllnn. ItaTid,,... 

HaBHon. Dm.U 

HuullDfi, Beieni D., 

Mdllinsr. Wmtem,.. 
Hamln(d.,lDHpli.... 

(unl^JBineiH.,.. 

sESSt!!! 



204 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



NanoM. 



Oonntios. 



New- York, , 



Yearn. 



Montuin, Uoubon,... 

Munaon, KeulH>D, . . . : Now- Ydrk, . . 

Munnon. lU'iibvn Ncw-Y<»rk, . 

Mimlnck. John,. . . . I( '«U^Ilbil^ . . 
Miin^by, Peter P.,..'n«rklini'r, . 
Murphy, Thomas,... WeMlcht-jtler, .; 

M urray, 1 )uvid, i< >iu'i«ln \ 

Myer, .John, Herkimer — : 

Myer. John R iDuleheiw 

Myers. Charles G.,..|St. Lnwrejno,. 

Myen*. Michael !Moiitp)m»ry, 

Myers, Miehael MonijUdiiHry,. I 

Myens Miehael H«rkim»'r, — 

Myers, Michael Herkimer 

Myers, Mor(k>eal,. . . New- York, . . . 
Myers. Mordeeal,... 
Myers, Mordeeal,. . . 



Names. 



New-York,. ., 
New-York,, 



Myers, MordeeAi... New-York,... 



Myers, Mordeeal, 
Myers, Peter J. H.,. 
Myndersc, NlehorsV 
Myrlck, Barnabas,.. 

Mash, Alvln, 

Nash, Isaac 

Nash, Moses, 

Nash, Mosen, 

Neely, Alexander, .. 
Neeiy, Ali^xander, 



New- York, 
\Vai4hin);ton, . 

.Albany, 

Kssex 

Chemuni;, .... 

OtlM'JJO, 

Ononibi^a, . .. 
Onoii<l:i^]i,.... 
Dutchess, .... 
I Mitch ess, 



Nelison. Georgo \V.,i.**»ratoKa, 



NeMs, Christian, 
Nellis, Daniel K.,... 
Nellis, George II.,.. 
Nellis, George II.,.. 
Nellis, Jeremiah, . . 

N'lley, Keuben, 

NeUwm, Ilosea 

Ni'lson, Ho*eu, 

Nelson, William, 

Nelson, William 

NelsfMi, William J.,. 
Newberry, Am:isaS., 
Newcromb, K inner,.. 

Ntiwcomb, Plait 

Newconib. Piatt, 

Newkirk, Garrett A., 

New kirk, John, 

Newkirk. John 

Newman, Ellas, 

Newman, Klins 

Newman, Ellas...... 

Newman, Ellas,.... 

Ncxsen. Klias, 

Nexscn, Kiius, 

Nexsen, Ellas 

Nieholas, lloWri C. 
Nicholas, Robert 0. 
Nicholas, Robert C , 
Nieholas, Robert C., 
Nichols, Sylv^ter,.. 
Nlchola, Sylvest-r,.. 
Nichols, William,... 

Nicholson, John 

Nichotaon, John,.... 
Niehotaon, John... . . 

Nicholson. John 

NIcklos, WmUim,... 

MIooU, FnnoU, 

HiooU. FnooiSi 



Try<ui, . 
Monigomery, . 
Montgomery, . 
Moi.tgodiery, 
Mont. &, Ham.. 

Orange, 

llerk liner, 

Ilerki-ner, — 
Westche.-iter, . 
Westchester, . 
(^atlaruugus,.. 

Onei<]a. 

nrniSsFrank'n 
Cli'n&Krank'n 
(^irn&Friink*n 
IlanrnJkFuPn, 

Lewis 

Tryon. 

We8lcht*ster.. . 
Westchester, . 
West«'hi-ster, . 
West<^he»ler... 
New- York,... 
New-York, .. . 
New- York,. .. 

Ontario, 

Ontiirlo 

Ontario, 

Ontario, 

Greene, 

Gr^'^cne, 

Otsego, 

Orange, 

ITlhter, 

Uhiter, 

Ulster, 

Richmond, . . . 

Albany, 

Albany, 



1-^20 iNicoll, Francis, 

l.^^n,^! Nieoll, Francis 

I?*"i2 ■ .N'ieoll. i^aniuel B.,.. 
\<{:\ iXih-s, Bara^,. ..... 

1SJ5 Nilrs, (ie<»rge N.,. . . 

Is81 Nilos, .lonalhan 

Is43 Nilcs, 'loiiathan,.... 
ISOO .>iiles. JuHtin,... 
1-JJ7 A'iven, Thornton M., 

i.s4^S ;Niven, Daniel 

17.sy,l)..i'NoI»Ie, Charles C.,.. 

1791 iNohlf, t yn-nus, 

17112 .Noble, David 2d ... 
I7t»2,9n! Noble, David 2d,. . 

1529 Noble, Soh>mon B.,. 
1-81 Ni.ble, Willium H... 
isvi Noble, William H.,. 
Is:« Noble. Willium II.,. 

1 <U N<»lt<m, Justus, 

1>27 North, Abi.jiih 

l^o4,5 N<»r!h, Abijnh, 

l^'A iNorth. Abijnh 

1849 iNorlh, Gabriel, 

17UJ5. 07 i North. Gabriel 

1^12, l;i North, Gabriel, 

1814 jNorth. (;«briel, 

l^io North, Joshua 

1511 North. William 

1S.'S4 INorth, William, 

17^2, ivS North, William, 

18 H North, William, 

l.Sll N«.rth, William 

1512 Norlhrup, Daniel,. . . 
IWJS Norlhrui), Henry B.. 
1.S('8 Norton. EK'nezer F.. 
ISll Norton, F.mery E.,.. 

isri, l:{!|Norton, Ilenian, 

1S2<» iNorlim, Henry 

1S20, 21 Norton, Henry, 

1S51 'N<»rton, Henry 

IS>j9 Norton, Henry P.,.. 

iNOS 9 Norton, Lyman, 

lS2i» Norton, Nathaniel, . 
1S20,21 Norton, Nathaniel, . 
184,5 Nostrand, Timothy,. 

1810 Nott. JoelB., !.. 

1778,79 Nowlen, <iurdon,... 

1792 Noxon, James, 

1792,93 Noyes, Daniel, 

1 794 :Noye8. John, 

1796 !N«»ycs. John 

1793. 99! Noyes, John, 

ISOU, 1 Nye. James, 

1802 Nye, James, 

1828 Oakley, George P.,.. 

1 829 Oakley, IsraeT, 

1530 Oak ley. Israel, 

ia')2 .Oakley, Israel, 

1S84 Oakley, Jesse, 

1840 Oakley, Jesse 

1819 Oakley, Jesse, 

1810 Oakley, Jesse 

1762,88 Oakley, Jesse, 

1784 Oukley, Timothy.... 
1764,85 Oakley, Thomas If.,. 
1844 Oakley, Thomas J.,. 
1799 Oakley, Thomas J.,. 
179S, MliOakley, Thomas J.,. 



Countiea. 



Alb*y A Scho., 
'Albany, ... 
iSuffolk, ... 
('on land,.. 
!Co!tland,. . 
j Rensselaer, 
RensyeliUT, 
Columbia, . 
< )rnng(s . . . 
New-York, 
( )tsego, .... 
Otwgo,.... 
Warren, ., 
Warren. .. 
New-York, 
Cayuga,.. . 
(.ayuga,.. . 
Cayuga,... 
Rens-nelaer. 
Cli'nJ^Fruuk'n 
Clinton, .. . 
Clinton,... 
Delaware,. 
De aware,. 
Delaware,. 
Deluwart*,. 
Tompkins,. 
Alhany, ... 
Alhany, .. . 
Albany, ... 
Ab'y ^ Sebo»y 
Sch- nectady. . 
Dutehe.s.s .... 
Washington, . 

Erie, 

Allegaiiy, . 
Monnn*,... 
Niagara.... 
Niagara,.. . 
Niagara, . . 
.MonrtMS.. . 
Onond.-iga. 
Ont\i&SU>ub*n 
Ont'Oi^S»teub*n 

Queens, 

Albany, 

Livinf^ton,... 
Saratoga 

Chenango,.* • • 
Chenango, ... 
Chennngn, ... 
Columbia, ... 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Dutehcm, .... 
Richmond, . . . 
Rl< hmimd, ... 
Richmond, ... 
Dutchew, .... 
Duichosa, .... 
Dutchcsa, .. . 
Dntchesa, .... 
Richmond, . . . 
C'<4umbia, .... 
New-Yoic,. .. 
Dutcheaa, .... 
Dutchesa, .... 
DatchoM, .... 



Yean. 

1796 
iNrO 
l«m3 

I1&4.S 

iMlfi 

1^40 

iMf. 

178S 

l>i49 

liil6,lT 

iN'il 

ISM 

1-M 

1S2S 

1>>29 

IS80 

1846 

IS29 

1»89 

IS40 

ISiK),] 

lSi»4 

1S06 

1S<)S 

ls25 

1793 

1794 

1795 

irJ6 

ISIO 

1S^2 

1»56 

\ha 

1829 
iSiil 

Iftil' 

ISH'.- 

\iA\i 

IS:>U 

1800,1 

1822 

1850 

I84S 

InV) 

18U 

1810 

1S14 

1800 

181S 

18S5 

1830 

1889 

1589 

1841 

17M 

1785 

1796 

179i97 

1814.15 

181S 

1S4B 

1811 

1818 

1811 



HEUBEB8 OF ASSEMBLY. 



ttakltty, Znnlwr e-, . 

0,l8U,Abnihwi'," 
Orion. Abrahim,.. 
Oilell, Abmliun, . 
(Mell, Abrahun,.. 

OdelLAbnbiimr.! 
OileU, Abmbfin,.. 
Odell, Abnhun, .. 
OiJi'll. Collliu, .... 

Odmi, Jitoib, 

OdeH.Junb, 

CMUVJmiub, 

OddUJiwub, 

OdM, LjnuiD. ••.. 
OdcB, I^noD, .... 

naat, Nubixim, . 

Dgdsn, DuTltl A , 
OgdHi. IJdld B... 
D^RWm, navld B.,. 
t^doB, Heniy, . . , 
t^en. lauc. 

OKdsii. Mordi.'nil.. 
Otfiaa, nvimniel 
Oedrii. KkIIibqIiiI, 
Oftden, WllllBni B 
OgllrtB Prl»r...., 
O'Hua.Jnhn... . 
O-KvelB. DMid, Ji 
O-Reofe, David. J I 



rwbotn, Strphen, ., 

□abnrnH, lUlu, — 

Oibonie, KIlu, 

-. 1Smi,l Oibrnne, Tlii.raii. A. 



U*|ii«loii,. . 



OMmm, David... , 
Oiltom. Band,. ,. 
Mrom, Dnrld,... 

.. iflA,>T D'aamvan, JohnL^. A 



OnDB,(;l»rla J.,. 



Ogbnni, Eliiit, 

OilnrD, JuhoP.^!. 

Otbnm, John P , . . 
Oitioni,JnhnP^.. 



BnUnqoB,". 1 
'.'. CU.ChaDftNia I 

'.'. W»yn",,.!! 






!(av-T<irk,... 
...lew-Torfc,... 
.. Kbht-Yoi*,... 
., AlbaoT, 



■; Si. 



Pun, fihermui,.... 
vSoB, AtomTc,... 
Palgr, Aloiuo O,... 



Ambfl E.,.. 

Paiiiei Brinlon,!.'.'! 



Dulehm, .. 
Dalcbm, .. 



Pahia, Eilvird, . 

Line, John C., . 

^ Umit, AlDiand^ 

Palmer, JkMiand'i 

«I).E1 Palnnr, Boriih, . 

' - 1G PalRif r, Bsrlsh, . 



.. lUB I^XtBtr^ Danlt, . 



,. Wjomlng, , 

H Qtvene. 

D Saratiigs, . . 
, . SaninKa, , , 



HEUBEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 



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Coumi™. 


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Na«^ 


Counllej. 1 


Ytors. 


Nsm™. 


C,.«.l«. 


T«n. 


Pell. Philip. -Tr WmilclimlBr, .Itrsn.fll 


|hiien1>. J. FliUI|{», 


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HEHBEBS OF ASSBHBLT. 



TB.Jr. 
-. .-.Tfl..Jr., 
r, \'ruic^,lt-, 

n™f, Peter It,Jf„ 
VorUa, Tlnurthjr H.. 
fonsr, UnuKhr IL, 
PortM, Timothy H., 
roiter, Tlnulby II.. 
Porla, Wltllani,Jr^ 
pngi, Abnliim A.,,. 

Fnk AnilHin;, 

Pua, Aoibuy 

PiHl, JnUmm 

Toit, itM\tm,'.'.'.'.'.'. 

PiMl, JoUiaffl, 

P'lUer, JdHfih, 

FnUerl MubanleC'l a' 
PoHir, Hmbuli ' 
PoUet, Plut.... 
PoUer, Blephen 
PnUec, Bleplien 



AUpR'yJtBtfnb |fl 
"Vg-yiSleob 11 



PnMon, Androwi,. 
PmloD, David,.... 
PrcHon, Will [am S 
PRTo«l,.liibna,... 
Prevoit,Thiwilo»I. 
I'rtcs, Elljmb.... 
Prtoa, Jotn,.... 

Prlom John 

Priia, Pfuir..... 
Fries, Pfler,., ,. 
Pfie8,rut,-r..... 
Prld*. Uaglipn.. 






Voina, Ellah*,. 



Piiiit. Franoh O.,. 



r»,-:: 



Pnu, BnliimDn, 

rmi, wniUKi h^- 

Pny, Andnw- 

Pmy, Julin 11, ^ 

PreiidBgi.i.Jo.'hM. II 
PrcnilwgiutirunryA CI 



.. Uulumtil*,.. 
.■ Culumbli,.. 

Nj.|(Iir«, ... 

lrl«. 



M, Ju^n W,. 

PnHigh», lilljali,.. 
Prnyil, Kob«t H,. 
Pniyn. Bobsn u.,. 



i|wUey, Utaorlei,. 
PBinpcUiiy, Jtineg, . 
Pufiiy, Alberto.,.. 
Ptirdy, tCbenuer.... 
Fanly, tbcniler.... 
PnnJj, Elwni'ur.... 
Pnrdj, EbeuMi-r... 
Purdy, Ebi'neicr,... 



Unuk«nbqB, U. 
aiutdia; Jacob,. . 



a;.! 



l»W,»Jlla«ta«,Amo^ .. 



Herhlmiir,... 
OaeMa, 

o^ye-, 

gyusa. 

lyuph 

Ibuny!'.'"^ 

'a.l,liipon; 
nenniiv. . . . 
Ibuy, .... 

Oooaitoga,.. 

S',S:::: 

aI^^,'!!!" 

Bn»irus .... 

Tloe*. 

Dmoma, .... 

Marlloin 

■■' iichnter, 



Uutchuaa, 

BahulLarlOj . . , 



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iflnatwD^... 
nfyfilam. 

iw-tcrt,... 
S---Tori.,... 
Cnnsaflv--- 



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HEMBEBS OF ASSEHBLT. 



Suna^ 


CounllH. 


Teai* 


Nam* 


Coa-..™. 


Year). 


m.Amo.,,... 

sS;;; 


Si;:;;:; 
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ow-york,. . 

KS;::, 
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Bnb'.bariB,.... 
Srbohnrle..... 
L-UnaUnque,.. 

WuhJiWar^ 

aadiJIi,; ;:'.'.*, 

11;:;; 

klbOhMlo..... 

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Scw.Yorti.... 
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llexaiidBr,.... 
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M, Jamea 0.,. 
«lnn.Oaarg»,. 
Jton, GeorKSi- 

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r.AHKiD, 

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SIS:; 


RiBS William 

Hiah, GaliuB. 

BiDb. Lulhpr. 

Rich,Lulhur, 

RrclionliAlaiander, 
Rlebard^QtMrgo,.. 
llichanJa.Oen.ic II., 
BlahitfdJKJnlmr..... 

Kl.brawd.H.mueL. 
Kiohoidnd; Vnfnar.': 
Kldd^ llmrlo a., . 

KiSiKiebarii:;;:;; 

Klkar,8aniM 

K •WrKs.iii.: 

Kiiigou; biXoiid;; 

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Bubertaoa, Gaorn, . 
RaberaoD.Saftf,... 


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Moo-Vurk,... 
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HEMDESa OF ASSEMBLY. 



"- I 



HnUm, Eukkl, . 



KoUio. l!KkU'l,.. 



l•■llIl■utl, Chuln... [JHrrhfai, ... 
"--um, l'liirii!it,..|l)iirrhrH, .., 

vn, IVuiLol A* IhllNrlui . . . . . 

on. Jnie>0.<YilR>, 

m, JBina P, Y«tn, 

imi, Jiilillli*Dli Nvv-Ynrli,.. 

mil. JimUliliEi Nnr-Yurk... 



'ctcr,..,,IIIraiiinp, .. 
'vtrr,.... Ilnxima, ,. 



AlliVirkSt . 

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RoekUMtH, IlraiT,. 
RookdMUr, SIoirb,. 
RoekWH'l. ifmnij. . . 
Eockwdl. Jnrniy,,, 
Itockwi-n, I^WlL... 

Koekwen, Nulluib-. 
ItMkwdl, Hiilhiu,.. 
Xnkvull. Nuliui,., 
Roekwrll, NMhnn.., 
Roekwoa, Nnlhin,.. 
Itockwctt, Nnlhin... 
^^ir«l|,Wimun<IV 

SadiDWI. Jofa^'i'! 
Ao*. AuHn^ 

Both NalhuiM,.... 
Kiicm, tihurlis,.... 
RManiClinrtvi,..,. 
Itnpn. Cli-rlH 8.,. 



Bagcra, .iDlin, Jr.,.. 
Btmtn, Wlinni... 
JbSnt, wnilsm C, 
Ihjien. WIIHuii G.. 
KiiKERi, Juirti...... 

BoaitPB, Jncob, 



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HEHBEBS OF AS8BUBLT. 



SmHm. 


Co««la. 


T.-™ N«n«. 1 c™n.[„. 


T«™. 




K»ei, 


BM R)-«i,Jolin. New-Y..rli,... 


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Au^cr, Jedfldlih, . 
Einnr, BMunL . , 
EtelUrtoe. Wininm.. 
OiIleDee, WUIInm,. 
8ui«1rr, SbiIiuiIhI 
a.«B-,&lwi.ri... 

HntllBP, KilWBnl... 
t^ayive. K<lwiinl,.. 
t>a>i.Hr, X'lmnl,., 
SavoBB, Eilwsril,., 
!<ii>iilte. Kitwnra... 
Sriviittf. Kijwirii,. . 

Bavigo, KiJwuil,.. 

BKTage, Jiini.*.... 

Baiagp, June* 

BnvoEe, J.IIIM,.... 

SsTiRc J 'hn, 

Sirifn- iluppb V^ 

slwya, jMtan v'.','.'. 

Snilnr, J«ho 

Siyler, JoJm 

"Bi^lH. Guorge U^i- 

Stjln, Blink 

earn, Iiaiild 

aiyra Jobn, 

Bi]-rs, Jnliii, 

tli'faensk, Abnhamij 
Srbanek.AbrmbaniH 
flcbfnok.Ouliben,.. 
flfht™!!. Hraiy,..,. 

Schinck, John, 

Schsnck, John, 

Bchrnek, John, 

Aibenefc, John, 

Scbenok, PetH A.,. . 
BobtD^, Palsr A.,.. 
Bchenek, FMer A.,,. 

BohniBk, Tnola, 

Sobaniik, Tunli,..., 

Behermcrhorn, A. M. 
SehrnncrbDrn, C- 1., 
Seheraiflrboni, V. L, 
fictatnni'rbuni, C, I.. 
Hcbcnuerliom. O. L, 
ScbermerhDrn J. " 
'BcbennErbnni, J. 
Bshcnncrbnni, J. 
Bchunimbora, J, 
Behennerhom, J. W 



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BUilgy, Uirfc II... 
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ftnUh.Blcliinir^. 
Snllh, ItlchmM V-, 

ftnllli, Rnherl, 

flmllU, Knswll, 

fEi»1ih!8iTniiij',iV' 
Sirillli Ennmi'l A-, . 

aluUI., (tailiin, ..'.'! 

biillh! BHXtnn,.!!!! 

Boil III, SliliK'y, 

Binilh. Sl'lnv]', 

Smlib, Hnlamnn, ... 

SioUh. Squire, 

SmIUi, Squliu, 

Snillli, BUulnril,.... 
Smilh, Sylvinun 8^ 
Sidilb. Brlvimut &, 
Smith, STlvmirr,... 
Bmtlta, iSioinu,.... 
Bmiih, Th>«nii>,.... 
Smllb. TIuiiiuK,.... 
Binllli. Thriniu. .. 
Biiillh, TliDiniu,. .. 
Siniih, Tluiniia,.... 
Binllh, Thnmu.. „ 
Binllh, Th'TOMl-,. 

Smllh, WiuibliivliHi.1 
SrnUb, Wiiwill S.... 
SmlUt. WciKll n_., 
SmHh, W-!*11 B,.. 

Bmlllil Wllllnni'.'!!; 



SiH'll, Jncob,. 

Bnpll, Jamil 

Rn.-11, Juub 

SbpH. John P,.... 
Bnuw. Eplinlm L. 

Bunw. Wi:iliin"w.i 
Bnjrilpr, Boqlimtn,, 
BnjJ.-r, Gwirgo T,, 
Boeder, Jaoob,'.... 
BBjrdar. .Ineob. 



i>ni>'irmo.8BiniieUr 
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Tlonn, 

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iCnilk, 

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Uadlun 

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Uliter. 

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ConnUes. 


Yean. 


Kan,. 


OnnnUea. 


Tea™, 


Sqnins, Cbarloi"!! 
Sualh Barcnl P.,... 
Sluts, Nlchnlaa..... 
Blaau, Nicholas,.... 


;benBo"go,"!; 
llbans,'',^... 

ienvelaerl!!! 

<fw-Yorfc;"! 
S'ew-York,... 

S£i;::: 
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Albany,. 

hfn'^uiil^'r 
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Albany 

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SI. wmrl, Daniel 

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ltewarl,Jnhn|!'.!ll! 

Swwarlijohn, 

kewun. Knbcn Q., . 

tUllirell.'saniuu],..'' 

)1 11 well, John 

Kill-all^ SlIaaM..... 
lUllwell, sua.!*,... 
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i. 1-dl, Smith; 

lSldS^,i™i!!".'.; 

iUKldard, Israeli... . 
|toddarrf,Jamei,.. 

wi^Wii^mA;': 
Uine, Eno^ 

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tofS;jo^. .'.!!!! 

Li.roi, Sii'phon 

llonn,Th..n,»fc.... 

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Waahing^.. 
Wa.h.»^.V., 

VaahlngVm,. 

JllnlDB,..!.'!! 
31nIon, 

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raw-York,... 

lont&Ham.^ 

eirer»n, .... 
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Madls^ 

Baraloga, 

0«BgB, 

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asS"-::: 

^^:-::: 

Oneida, 

OnoW»„ 

'«!"". 

Alba™,'!!!!!! 

Jontcii 

Monroe 

ihenango, ... 
Uonrus, 

DDlChHO..... 

Columbia,.... 

lew-YJ^k;::: 

New- York,... 
New-Yurk,. .. 
New-Yor?,... 
Ncw-Tork,. . , 
CaUarao^as, . 


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SuS&rd, DeWillO. 

Etanlon, Freenian,,. 
SUDI^ li->a.7r... 
Btantnn.^fehem'bPJr 
Bumton^ Phlnebas... 

SSSKai,-:; 

Burbuek, Jamea,... 
BbuHey.tnuP™.... 

BtarkweathErl Avery 
Surkwealher, Sam'l 
aiatc, Chandler, .. .. 
Blair.Fred.rli*,.... 
Il«,,\^ng.Hen^.... 

Blebbloa,OBina,... 
StebblDS, Oalna, ... 
flMbblns. John W,. 

K?S:::::: 

Sliwaback, Anthony 

SU^bens, Archibald, 
Blephen.,I>BWiltO 

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EloieiH, AmbmM. . 
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Sl,»«is. George,... 
BtieiB, Qaotje,... 

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Tiidin, Buioei Jv. 

TIlftiM, Qrorgt ft,, 
TUfbrd, Oeoriel-., 

Tlllef. JnhD, 

Tllllathul, Henrr,. 
TIIIIaKhul, Rcnrr,. 



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Tilu*. Jimit II.. 
Tlliu, Piiiv lU .. 
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KEUJIEBS OF ASSEMBLY. 




HBHBEBS 07 ASfiEHBLT. 



ten, John.. 
nki'D. U. C. 
■ken,Wll'm 



Ubuyl 

trst,;:; 

lIldlUD, .... 



ft.atipti'iiD 

a.ThwxLR 
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d^pv«p., 

dL Peltr P., 
IhuL.,..' 



DvlBheai, .... 

"-"TbJv.::: 

■Torlc,.., 

■York,... 
Talk,... 

twici'!! 
-Tort... 



. Jot^hB. Jt 



Ocnil,. 



-.jir-Yorli,., 
New-Tgrk,.. 






VnrlirycH, Hnrr 
Vorbryck. Sin 



V^rplan 



/, K«klBnd'!l 
,. Bnoklind,.. 



(iiO., N 



V°q>liuel[!0ulliii>Ci 
Vrrplimckl Wm. B.l 

'8 VioUHT, John. 

10 Vlete, Abnbimli^. 

n Vltla, Joha J 

a Viele, L»dB<>eciii B., 
VW«, Blfphen L., .. 

- ■■■ !MH,Edg«r, .... 
ant Edgur, — 
ng, Wiiniin H.„ 



.,J«-York,'.!! 
DubAcM, .... 



Vredenburgb, W. I.^ 
VnnJenburgh, W. I. 
" -Din. BucDt^^ 



mniPeUr,... 

'a Vrcmmim. Peler.!! 
fftricWUIItO 

Wadiwnnii, JuKpi 
7 Wignri Ambrcfle... 

WiRer,D>vld 

IB Wucr, Dmilrl, .... 

Wagor, Hanrr. .■■■ 

1 WinrriHenrr'".. 
* Wnggoner, JoMpli. 



*«CTonf 



IT, Peter, Jr. 
-, FeWr, /- 



BU Liwren. 
oondigi, 

tDM,.... 

. Jon^nmor 
Columbia,. 
Columbia,. 
Odnoiblo. . 
OnoDiliipi,, 
Onondaj^ 

" imoiT,. 

Ubun'r,','.'.'.'. 

BBhonechirlj, 
Bchenectady, 

Atbia; 

Atbuif, 

Albaaj-li!!!! 

W'l™. 

Uonrac, 

BensKlaei',. , 
Duurtma, ... 

Onrida, 

OMlda, 

Oneltlh.. .. 



IIS 

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ITU, ft 

isar 

1804,8 

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1SI8 

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III*, 80 
ITSII,S1 



HEMBEKS OF A88EHBLT. 




UElfBEBS OF A88EUBLT. 



wnitam, .. 
Bh>i7 L.,.. 



VMnvell. Jiime»r. 



:l>d, S.W.' 

Bin,. ... 



In3E^ 



B, AlnshUD,. I 



■. Ndw-York,. 



•n, John fi.',: 

■0, JohnH.. 

■B.'Unllh,. 
JUph™.... 

Oa nut a, . 



' NewYiirk).'!: 
rompklai,... 



4«i>k. IMnki.. UbMiB«n<B, tl 



on, Pr«iHirM 

Whiiien,En>h'«I..!! 
Whillan, B«ubfli... 
Whullon. BnibsD,. 
WtmlloD, BaiDuel B. 
Whimrj, Evnni,..., 

WhMTTj. K-an. 

Whirry. Evuni. ... 
WhcUda. Hhiit,... 
Whittton, n<nn O. 

""^--Wm; Henry O. 
- uoa, IToTHpe,., 
Whaum, Uvnm,.., 
Wherter, Aodrsi " 
Whwlcr, B«nwn 

WhMfel, CllTlD, 

Wheelfl', Ciltln. 
WhixilH, Cslvin, 
Wheder. Cnlvln, 
IVIieriM, Calvin, 
Whedw, IJuvld 



EtodiUDd, . 
n<«^ 

WaihH Wnr^ g 

iciiohuic, .. '" 

'^■ew-Tork,. . 

Imr.Yorfc,.. 

neMi, 

ruh^gloD.' 



Wheeler' Melanirlmi, 

._.. Whcelwl M^toclnn! 
[9a Whnaer, Ncltnii K.. 
[an WbMler. Knwll,.., 



Whlpiri.-, Lf.ta,... 
Wblnple. Miluhl.. 
WhiioMob. LoanuD 

Whllr, Rmnvhtonii 

wbiw, rn.ia, 

While, Ebracur,. . 



lOtidaga, . . . 



'fork;;:: 



. Dranifti 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 



■While. llmmW,.. .. 

-Whin, irtranl 

While, ll<']»i. 

WWIo, Jdhn 

WliUo. Jritin II 

Wliili% Lrmllrl, 

Willie. RiHliTi-k..., 
WMlr, Humnvlilil,.. 

Wbllf, BiiniDri 

Whlu^ MqnlK. 

While, tiquln, 

Whltl', Mquin. 

StlMh'™::: . 

Whil»i.lF', T'hlns^ At 



Whiltmf, Bnw.'n, . 
WhIliiU' I)'*)'!.--. 
WhUlne.Tuliii,.... 
Whlimr MoMn,... 



fhlllnkH, Jnhn O., I 



WEflkliwn. IT _ 

WU-ki. WlllIuiD... 



Wldrrl 



lf.»ge,.. 



wiilrlR, 0_ _., .. 

Wl.lriB. QtorKS,.... 

wiiirtR. ar.i>nn^.... 

WldrlR, Dirjrn,..., 
WMriB, OporS^... 

WlllMir.Wllltom,!!'! 
WnbiT. WniLani,.... 
Wnbtir, Cnvniu,... 

W1loax.Au,. 

Wllcnl. In, 

Wile™, Knbnt 

WII«<a,ity)TBnDv-. 
Wllrol. #iaiani, ... 

woi-oi. nntium, . .. - 
WllBouiia, OidwHi. ( 

WllniiKn. .lylk- ' 
Wilder, l^miD, 
WllPir. Jimu, . . 
WITIiciniu Sniiiui 
Wllkla-Janan 
Vlikin.Jiinion 
WllUd, JUDa Vi 



Will,HonrT 

Williinl,D«vlil,... 
Wintrd, EniMiii H 
Winnnki, Wllllui 
Wlllea. JabB, .... 
WllU*. Jmbw. .. .. 
iriUu. ^lephDn,.. 
WdlcL Hb?iihon,.. 
M'lllH, BtFphi^n... 
tVlllil, K.1wiirtl S., 
Wlllet, MiTlnas,.. 
WIIM. Marlnui,.. 
WHIpj. Reol)«i,.. 



It, Kllthi, . 

„.H.EltBl«,. 

Wl|ilinu.£ll>hn,. 



-JoCirl'a,"! 



1816,11 Wllliimt BIhh. . . 
B^llil^l^ ElWin, . 
WIlllunK, Eiliiha. . 
""" — Kllilii,. 



T8 Wllll»inii, 6«jrBe. . 

— WllllBmi, Georip- D. 

Wl Ilium, Qoorpi t>. 

U WI11iuin,IIenrT|!!! 
|Wlljliiiu.tlenr7, ... 



WuliinM,ll?n^,... 
Wlll'«in«, neuiy, . 
Winiimi. IleniT, . 
Wiiiiun llL'Drr, . 
WllIIuu. Inln, .. 
Winiami, luno B 



Wllilun, Jc,h 
Willluu, Jnn 

wiiiiwH. Nii: 

Willlaiu NaL 



ii.Rk'h«rdB 

Wiiii^WlllKmD. 
WiiiLnuou, Clinrlei 
W|1||«nHn. Churii 



liW w)||iHi»n, GhvtM. OillaAU 
ie<is |Wiii).duon, rhuiM, Qnbi'aa 



'■■ 1911,11 



Onddo... 

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Onl<<i&BleDb>n 
OiHaAUteab'n 



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HEMBEB8 OF AS8EHBLT. 



317 



uam» 


Connties. 


Years. 


Namea. 


Counties. 


Years. 


on, John M 


Suffolk, 


1S22 


Witbeok. Isaan. 


Albany 


1856 


on, John M. 


Suffolk 


1A26 


Wolcott, George W., 


Yates, 


1846 


on, John M. 


Suffolk, 


1829 


Wolfe, John A., . .. 


New- York,... 


1798,11 


on, John M. 


Suffolk 


l.<^2 


Wood, Alonzo 


Onondaga, ... 


1S46 


on. John M. 


Suffolk 


IS87 


Wood, Anthony T., . 


All<'gany, .... 


1850 


on John M« 


Suffolk 


1S40 


Wood Daniel P.. 


Onondaga, . . . 
Onondaga,-... 


1858 


nson, 


New- York, . . 


ISST 


W.hkI, Daniel P.,... 


1854 


n»on, 


New- York,. 


1833 


Wood. Ehonczer. . . . 


Jefferson, .... 


1816,1T 


»iinlel, 


New-York,... 


I8M 


Wood, Edward T.,.. 


Kings, 


1866^ 


iflBO £<•, • . • . 


Jefferson, — 


lSf)4 


Wood, Isaac, 


Orange, 


1866 


)lin 


Queens, 

Herkimer. ... 


1846 


^VfMvl Jtimes . . 


Erie, 


1846 


iby. W., Jr., 


1808 


Wood. James S., . . . . 


Schoharie, ... 


18&4 


iby. W., Jr., 
mlklnson,. . 


Herkimer, 


1808,9 


Wood, Jesse, 


Albany, 


1824 


Schoharie 


1S55 


Wood, John, 


Orange, 


1806 


A.ndrew^... 


Or&«ge, 


1S19 


Wood, John 


Orange, 


18o7 


David, 


Washington, . 


1852 


Wood, Lewis, 


Allegiiny, .... 


1884 


Bzra, 


Saratoga, . . . 


ls44 


Wood, Peter, 


Moni'ylt.Ham., 


1840 


Isaac, 


Genesee 


I8ie,17 


Wood, Peter, 


Montgomery, . 


b8i 


James M.,.. 


Wayne, 


1842 


Wood, c^ilas, 


Suffolk, 


1796 


James M.,.. 


Wayne, 


186) 


Wood. Silas, 


Suffolk 


1796,91 


John. 


Steuben, 


1804,5 


Wood, Silas, 


Suffollc, 


1798 


John, 


Steuben, 


1806 


Wood. Silas, 


Suffolk, 


1800 


John, 


Steuben 


I80T 


Wood. William H., . 


Suffolk 


1864 


rohn 


Genesee, 


1S16 


Woodburj-, Caleb, . . 


Tompkins, . . . 


1885 


Lather, 


Niagara, 


1844 


Woodbury, John,... 


Otsego, 


1825 


Reuben F.,. 


Niagara, 


1858 


Woodcock, David,.. 


Senecu, 


1814,15 


B ubcn P.^ 


Niagara, 


18M 


Woodcock. David,.. 


Tompkins,.... 


1826 


lenry, 


New-Ydrk,... 


1856 


Wooden Solomon... 


C ueens, 


1814, 15 


Darius... . 


Greene, 


1853 


Woodm, William B., 


( neons, 


1850 


Bomt P.,.. 


Richmond, . . . 


1840 


Woodruff, Arden,. .. 


Wyoming, ... 


1846 


Peter„ 


Richmond, . . . 


1788 


Woodruff. Arden, . . . 


Wyoming, . . . 


1847 


Peter, 


Richmond, . . . 


1789,90 


Woodniff, Beix)amin, 


Seneca, 


1881 


Peter, 


Richmond, •.. 


1791 


Woodruff, Philip, . . . 


Livingston,... 


1849 


, Martin E., 


Dutchess, .... 


1.S07 


Woodruff, Philip, . . . 


Livingston,... 


1850 


. Marlin £m 


Dutchess, .... 


1808 


Woodruffs, Theor.,.. 


Oneida, 


1818 


I, Jame&,... 


Dntchess, ..... 


1808 


Wooiiruffe, Theor.,.. 


Oneida, 


1819 


1. Philo M,,. 


Dutchess, .... 


lS80 


Woods. Arthur, 


New- York,... 


1856 


, Charles,... 


Orange, 


1S82 


Woods, Arthur, 


New- York,... 


y^j 


. Charles. .. 


Orange, 


1334 


Woods. David, 


Madison 


1818 


rederick J.,. 


Saratr^a, .... 


1850 


Woods, David, 


Washington,.. 


ISll 


oel A., 


Albany, 


1S49 


Woods, Daivid, 


Washington, . 
Wash. atwar>n 


1886 


aber, 


Cayuga, 


1829 


Woods, David, 


1816,17 


ohn,. 


Montgomery, • 


1788 


Woods, David, 


Ontario, 


1818 


ohn, 


Monigomery, . 


1788, 89 


Woods, James H., .. 


Ontario 


1888 


Jacob, 


Albany, 


ISitO 


Woods, Jonathan L«, 


Cortland, 


1889 


Jacob, 


Albany 


1800,1 


Woods, William,... 


Steuben, 


1828 


I'ohn D.,... 


Albany, 


1814,15 


Woods, William,.... 


Steuben 


1828 


lohn L...... 


Albany 


1814 


Woodward, Ben .,.. 


Orange, 


1814,15 


!i{althew. Jr. 


Schenectady, . 


1854 


Woodward, Be<ii .,.. 


c>range, 


1820,91 


Peter W.,.. 


Albany, 

Franklin, .... 


1881 


IWoodward, B<*n ., . . 


Orange, 


1836 


', JSlOfl Ij.f,, 


1848 


Woodward, John, Jr. 


Chautauque, . 


1885 


; Jared, .... 


Columbia,.... 


1842 


Woodward, William, 


Montgomery,. 


1816 


; John 


Jeffers(m, . . . 


1850 


Woodworth, Alanson 


Seneca, 


1846 


. Nathan'l F 


St. Lawrence, 


1828 


Woodworth, Amos, . 


Oneida, 


1835 


, Nathan'I F 


SL Lawrence, 


1824 


Woodworth. Charles. 


Genesee, 


1881 


George 11.,. 


Delaware,.... 


1850 


Woodworth, Charles, 


Genesee, 


1888 


SamaeL.... 


Tioga 


1825 


W.jod worth, Erastus. 


Seneca, 


1824 


loob 


Herkimer, .... 


1825 


Woodworth. Erastus 


Seneca, 


1829 


U John, . . . 


Yates, 


1849 


Woodworth, Erastus, 


Seneca 


1882 


Henry, Jr.,. 


Orange, 


1777,78 


Woodworth, John,.. 


Rensselaer, . . . 


1808 


Henry, Jr.,. 


Orange, 


1788; 89 


Woodworth, Robert, 


Rensselaer,... 


1807 


Henry 8d,.. 


Orange, 


1786 


Woodworth, Samuel, 


Herkimer,.... 


1819 


JamsT.,.. 


Wayne, 


1846 


Woodworth, Samuel. 


Oneida, 


IS25 


James T.... 


Wayne 


1855 


Woodworth.William, 


Ulster, 


1885 


PolydomsB. 


OnUk. Genesee 


18<18 


Wooley, Veniah 


Dutchess, .... 


1806 


PoiydomsB. 


Ont.dk Genesee 


1804 


Wooley, Veniah 


Dutchess, .... 


1807 


Reaben P.,. 


Livingston,... 


1841 


Woolsey, William B., 


New- York,... 


1800 


, Oliver, , 


C<rfambia,..,. 


1880 


Wooflter, JohnU.,.. 


Herkimer .... 


1861 



*27 



HEKBEBS OF ISSBHBLT. 




an, Alva 



Worden, 

Wri^il^Klt .' 

WrlBht, Aumitui,. 
Wrlghl, Auipuiiu,.. 
Wriithi, AugiuUit,.. 
WrifCUl, Hr^nnifn... 
WrlKhkBoiganrla... 

WrlmUI. Otuiia,.... 

WliEhl nuns.. 

WriStat, ]i:illiuO.,... 

Wriital, Ellgha. 

WrighlGeowt..., 

WIlKb^ llunnn 

Wriichl. .limn, 

WrriAL BimiiiD 

Wiigbl, fnrniiH 

Wrtihl. Samiiil,..., 
Wrlabt. BamiiL-1,.... 
WriBl". a^nni-!,,,,, 
WriFht, Wllllun B. 

Wjrahnir CnrnMIni, . 
WyEkoK Coniellu,. 

WrcHoir. iloho 

WTstoV KictMTd L. 

WI(rlll^AMa 

WTrie,WitllainD.,. 
Wylfer.Juhn 



TVyn.y.Jiihn 

Wjnkoop, Aucoaliu. 

Tiil«', Adam,,. ?.',;! 

TalH.AiIsm 

TatHi Cbrtilnptaer. . 
Tilai, CAilMapliH', . 
Tits, Cbri^ph-T, . 
Yiln, CbriilaphirP. 
Tim. ClirlttopberP. 
TlIH, Cliri«lophfrP, 
Tula, CbriaUJibBrP. 
TitH, CbrittoplierP. 

T«M,J»cob,. 
TKt«, June*, 



FBBSIDENTIAL ELEOTOBS 319 



PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 

The federal constitution directs* that each state shall choose 
a nnraber of electors for president and vice-president, equal to 
their number of senators and representatives in Congress, who 
shall assemble in their respective states and ballot for president and 
vice-president. Congress has directed' electors to be appointed 
within thirty-four days of the first Wednesday of December, and 
fixed their time of meeting on the first Wednesday of December, 
of every fourth year, commencing with 1792.' The State of New- 
York, as well as Rhode Island and North Carolina, not having 
ratified the constitution at that time, chose no electors at the first 
presidential election. Two votes of Maryland and two of Virginia 
were not given. The New-York Legislature, in 1792, enacted* 
that the electors should be chosen in the same manner as dele- 
gates in Congress (by joint ballot of the two houses), and that a 
session should be held for that purpose on the first Tuesday of 
November. The electors were to meet as an Electoral College at 
Poughkeepsie. Three electors were to be chosen from each sena- 
torial district, except the southern, which was entitled to four. 
By a subsequent law,* a meeting of the Legislature was fixed on 
the first Tuesday of November, every fourth year, for choosing 
electors, who were to assemble at Hudson. This law continued 
till 1812,' when the quadrennial sessions of the electors were fixed 
at the Capitol in Albany, where they are now held. 

Soon after the adoption of the late constitution, the question 
of changing the mode of choosing electors was submitted to the 
people,' with the results given on page 103. 

An act was accordingly passed' for the election of electors by 
single districts, in the same manner as representatives in Con- 
gress; and the electors, when assembled, were empowered to 
choose two persons to represent the state at large, and to fill 
any vacancies that might occur in their number. This law was 
embodied in the revision of the laws of 1827. In 1829,' the 
mode was changed to election by general ticket, and this has been 
since continued. 

1 Art n , §ee. 2, 8 ; amendment, art. xii. * Act of April 12, 1792. 

s Act of March 1 , 1792. • Act of March 26, 1796. 

* The election of presidential electors in all the * Act of May 26, 1S12. 

states (except In South Gnrolina. where they 7 Act of March 16, 1825. 

are appointed by the Legislature) is now fixed * Act of March 15, 1825. 

on the Tuesday after the first Monday of * Act of April 15, 1829. 

NoTember. 



320 PBBBIDENTIAL ELECTOBa. 

The following stalemcnt shows the whole nnmberof votes cut, 
and the number cast by New- York, at each preBidential election: 

First Term (1789-93), 10 Stalet—IZ Vote*. 



For PretldiMit. 



George Watlanglon, . 

Jolin Adania,' 

John J»y, 

Robert Harrison, .... 

John Rulledee, 

John Hancock, 



Fw PiealdenU 



George Clinton, 

Samnel Huntington, , 

John Milton, 

Jflmes Armstrong, . . 

Ednard Telfair, 

Itenjaroin Lincoln, . . 



Second Term 


(1793-97 


, 15 StaUa~\3& VoUi 






For ProildfiiL 


|».Y 


r^ 




«.T 


I«- 


George WaiUngton,.... 

John Adams,' 

George Clinton, 


1" 
\ 12 


132 
77 
50 


ThomaB Jefferson 

Aaron Burr, 




i 

1 



Third Term (1797-1801), 10 StaUs— 





N.r. 


To,=, 


Forrr™ld,„. 


M.T 


TMd 




13 
i2 


77 
68 
69 
30 
15 
11 
7 


John JftV 






ThomaflJcfferBon,' 

Thonia Pincktiey, 


Jamcalredeii 

Samuel Johnaon, 




3 

a 






Oliver Eliaworth, 

George CUntoo, 


CbarlesCPiQCknoy, ... 







Fourth Term (1801-1806), 16 Statts— 138 Volet. 




ForPcetldrat. 


N, T. ToI«l Fw Freriaent. 


N.T. 


ToM 


Tkomcu Jefferxm* 


12 73 Charles C. Pinckney 




u 


JohnAdamS, 


.. 6fi 





Fi/A Term (1806-9), 17 Statet— 179 Votet. 
r FnddBDL N. T. ToU For Tlce-Fraldent. I 



> Tli« Besmid hlifapst « 



\o Ihe Hi>DH of BrpmniUtlTM, 



rM, irlwrs, cm tin OUj- 
Ti«-firaUist n«nw 



FBXBEDBNTIAL SLECTIOHS. 
SiMth Ttrm (1809-13), 17 StaU»—ll5 Votet. 





S.T 


""" "^ 


N-Y 


To.^ 


Jama Madison 

Charles C.PiQcfciiey 


13 
'0 


122 
47 
6 


George Clittton, 

Rufua KiiiE 

John LiiDgdon 

James Madison, 


13 

'3 


113 
4T 




8 











Seventh Term ( 


181 


-17 


), 18 StaUt— 217 VoU». 




r« Freildeat. 


N.T 


FoUl 


For TIce-FnddimL 


N.Y. 


rotii 


Jamet Maduon, 

De WiU Clinton, 


29 


■g 


Elbridge Qerry 

Jared In^ersoll, 


29 


J81 



Eighth Term (1817-21), 19 Statet—i\1 Votet. 



For PrMlden^ 


N.T 


Tou., 


For Yice-Pruldunt. 


IT. T 


ruiai 




29 


. 


Itanirf D. Tompkins, .. 

John E. Honard 

James Ross, 

John Marshall 

Robert 0, Harper, 


29 




Knfiu King, 


23 

s 

4 
8 



mnth Term (1821-25), 24 Stata~2SS Votes. 



ForPr«,d™L ■ 


N-T 


Total 


For Vico-Pfealdenl. 


N.Y. 


ToU] 




29 


231 


Daniel J>. Tovtpldae, . . 

Richard Stockton, 

Daniel Rodney, 

Robert Q. Hariior 

Richard Riisb 






John Quiocy Adanus 





Tenth Term (1825 


-29 


, 24 Siatet— 261 Votes. 




For PraWail. 


S.Y 


lou 


For Yice-Pr«ident. 


N.T. 


ToL^ 


Andrew Jackson,' 

John Quiney Adami' ... 
■William H. Crawford, . . . 


1 

6 
4 


59 
64 
41 
37 


JoAn C. Caihoun. 

Nathan Banford 

Nathaniel Macon 

Andrew Jackson, 

Martin Van Buren, 

Henry Clay 


29 


183 
SO 
24 




9 
2 



K) tbOlce bj tlw pe^lOi the B 



PBEBIDEirTIAIj ELBCnOlTB. 
^evaUh Term (1829-83), 24 Stalet—iil Vote*. 



r«Pr«dd«t. 


[B.T.Toiid 


For YlM-Fraldant. 


N.T IWil 


Andrea Jackson 

JobQ QuiDcy Adamfl,. 


.-! 20 178 


JoAft a. CaJhoitn 


20 
Ifl 


171 




Willi»m Smith, 


1 



Twtlfth Term (1833-37), 24 iftefei— 288 VoUt, 



For Praldenl. 


N.T. 


Tola) For VlM-Preddent. 


N.T. 


nmi 


Andrt^ Jackion, 

Henry Clay 


42 


219 MaHin Van Buren, . . . . 

49 John Sergeant 

n William Wilkins 

7 HeoryLee 

Amos Elimnber 


42 


m 

49 


WiUiam Wirt, 




11 

r 



Thirteenth Term (1837-41), 28 Stales— 294 Votet. 



For PreaidenL 


N.T. 


,.,., 


Foryi..Pr,.a,n,. 


N.T 


Tool 


Martin Van Buren 

"William H. Harrison 

Hngh L. White 

Daniel Webster, 

Willie P. Maiigura, ... . 


42 


170 
14 


Richard M. Johnson, . . . 

Francis Granger 

John Tyler, 

William Smith,. 


42 


77 
17 



Foarteentk Term (1841-46), 26 5tafe«— 294 Votei. 





S.T. 


... 


For Vioe-Prealdent 


..T. 


TMI 




42 


23. 




42 




Martin Van Bwen, 


REchard M. Johnson,.., 
Liltlolon W. Tazewell, . 
James K. Polfe, 


IS 
11 



J^rt^™** r«*™ (1845-49), 26 iTlafc*— 276 Fo(m. 



For FcealdsnL 


N.T. 


^ 


For Vloe-Pmridml. 


11.7. 


RM 


James KPclk, 

Henry Clay 


86 


S 


Oeorg, X. DoHom 

Theodore FrelinghnywD 


80 


m 

IW 



> Died April ilb, IMl, ud nueeded br Jokn T]dw. 



PBESIDBNTIAL BLBCTOBS. 
SixUmth Term (1849-53), 30 Stata~2B0 Votes. 



Vta Fieddent.! 


H.T. 


Total 




».T 


TMil 


Zachary Taylor^ 

Lewis Caw 


sa 


S 


MiUard FUlmore, 

William 0. Butler, 


!! 


les 

127 


Seventetnlh Term (1853-57), 31 SCalei—296 Vottt. 


For PraUCDt 


S.Y. 


rovl F« Tlce-PmddraL 


K.T 


ToUl 


Franiain Pitrce, 

WinfieldBcoU 


=• 


254! mii<zm R. King 

42J William A. GrahBm 


86 

■■ 


254 
42 


SiffhUenth Term (1867-61), 31 States— 296 Vota. 


Fm PffflidEBt. In.T 


Tcuil For Vlce-PrMldenL 


N.T 


Total 


Janus Baekanan, 

John C. Fremont, 

Millard Fillmore 


B5 


180 John G. Br«:ke^ridg„, . 

\m William L. DnytriTi 

8' Andrew J. Donelson,... 


36 


180 

108 

8 



Electors of 1792. 



•wX::. 



Jew Woodhnll. ■ 



RenueiBer ' 



Eleotorb of 1796. 
ChoBcn by Senate and Assembly, November 7, 1796. 



LewtoUorrli, .... 
AbHlh Hunmond, 
Bichud Ttiorne, . . 
peier c»bHiw, Jr. 
BabtTuBfuseta 



er ooBnlj. AbT-m Ten Brow 
tltj. Abm. VnnTMhle 

oaaij. wimun Bom,... 



a'cuon l y. [| ChtrleiKewh Jrfc... I MonlpuDery eoiai ^. 

> sn^TB Tntei wen cut In nlnfUfn iWh. b} lbs party snppottiii[ UirtlD TuBnni^ 

but no cloetoni] lote wu gtrai flw hha. 
■ DM Jmlj Mh, UBO, ud •oecaodBd bf UlUard FUlmon. 



324 



PSESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



Electors of 1800. 
Chosen by Senate and Assembly, November 6, 1800. 



Names. 


Besidences. 


Karnes. 


Besidences. 


William Floyd,. ... 

Isaac Ledyard, 

Anthony Lispenard,. 
P. Tan Oortlandt, Jr. 

James Burt, 

Gilbert Li vingston,. . 


Suffolk county. 
Queens county. 
New-York city. 
Westchester county. 
Orange county. 
Dutches^ county. 


Thomas Jenkins, . . 
Peter Van Ness,... 

Robert Ellis 

John Wood worth, . . 
Jer Van Rensselaer, 
Jacob Eaker, 


Columbia county. 
Columbia ooun^. 
Saratoga county. 
BenssSaer coontj. 
Albany city. 
Montf^mery coontj. 



Messenger— John Van BenthnyseiK 

Electors of 1804. 
Chosen by Senate and Assembly, November 9, 1804. 

0^a<rman--WILLUM FLOYD. 



Names. 



Sylvester Dering, . . . 

James Falrlie, 

Cornelius Bergen,*.. 

John Herring, 

Ezra Thompson,.... 
Mi^or John Wood, . . 
Coen. £. Eimendorf^ 

Stephen Miller, 

Albert Pawling,....! 



Residences. 



Shelter Isl d, Suffolk. 
New-York city. 
Flatbush, Queens co. 
Orangetown. Rockl'd 
Stanford, Dutchess co. 
Goshen, Orange co. 
Kingston, Ulster co. 
Claverack, Columbia 
Troy, Rensselaer co. 



Names. 



Isaac Sargent,.... 
Thomas Brooks,.. 
MatthiasB.Hildreth, 
William Floyd, .... 

Jonas Earl, 

Joseph Eliicott, .... 
Henry Quackenboss 
Adam Comstock,.. 
Abraham Bancker,.| 



Besidences. 



Halftnoon, Saratoga 
Exeter, Otsegi) co. 
Johnstown, Mont. CO. 
Western, Oneida co. 
Marcellus, Onond eo. 
Batavia, Genesee eo. 
WaterYliet,Albany eo. 
GreenfleldSaratogaca 
Northfield,Richm*deo. 



Messenger— John Savage 



Electors of 1808. 
Chosen by Senate and Assembly, November 7, 1808. 



Names. 


Besidences. 


Names. 


Beskleiioei. 


Ambrose Spencer,.. 
Henry Huntington,. 
JobnW.Seanuin,... 

Henry Bntgera, 

John Garretson,.... 
Ebeuezer White,.... 
Thomas Lawrence,.. 
James Talmadge, .. 
Jonathan Roose, .... 
Mic^}ah PetUt, 


Albany, Albany co. 
Bome, Oneida co. 
N. HempstM, Queens. 
City of New-York. 
Castletown, Bich. oo. 
Yorktown, West oo. 
Catskill, Greene oo. 
Po^keepsie. Dntch. oo. 
Pittstown, Bcnns. eo. 
Qaeensbury,Wash oo 


Henry Yates. Jr.,.. 
Benjamin Mooters,. 
Adam B Yoorman, 
Thomas Shankland, 
William Hailook,.. 
Russell Attwater,.. 
Joseph Simonds,... 
Hugh Jamison,.... 
Matthew Carpenler, 


8cheQ'y(tlieii)AU^. 
Platt8bargfa,Ciinlo» 
Schoharie Schohariik 
Otseooi, OCsegooo. 
8nIljVan,MadliMe». 
Bossell, St. Law. M 
Sherburne, GlMnaii> 
CanandaigoaiOiit. ». 
Tioga ooimtj. 



Usstmifer— John 0. Speneer. 



FBBSTOENTIAL ELECTORS. 



325 



Electobs of 1812. 
Chosen by Senate and Assembly, November 9, 1812. 

Ohairmanr-^OBEFn 0. YATES. 
Storetary—ABOBamhD MoIniTKX. 



Tames. 



0. Yates,.... 

De Witt,.... 

Id Molntyre, 
Hoffeboom, 
8. MamfM^. 

a Montagnie, 

an Gortlandt, 

landler, 

lontington,.. 

oodworth,... 

Joyd, 

IS Bergen, .. 

Ferine, 

SBellcnap,. 
oeecrantz... 



Besidences. 



Schenectady ooanty. 
Albany coanty. 
Albany coan^. 
Colombia ooanty. 
New-York city. 
New-Yoric city. 
Westchester coanty 
Orange county. 
Oneiaa county. 
Albany coanty. 
Siheneetady county. 
Kings coanty. 
Bichmond e >anty. 
Orauffe coanty. 
Herkimer coanty. 



Names. 



Betidenees. 



John Dill, 

David Van Ness,.. . 
Bobert Jenkins,... . 
Mich. S.Vandecook, 
Oeorge Palmer, Jr., 

James Hill 

William Kirby,.... 
Henry Frey Yates. 
Tho*s H. Hubbard,. 

John Bossell, 

James S. Kipp, . . . . 
Jotham Jayne, . . . . . 
Jonat'n Stanley, Jr. 
WiUiamBomet,... 



Ulster coanty. 
Dutchess coanty. 
<'olambia ooanty. 
Bensselaer coun^« 
Saratoga county. 
Washington otHintj* 
Essex ooanty. 
Montgomery ccnuity* 
MadiM>n county, 
Otsego county. 
Oneida county. 
Cuyuga eoun^t 
Onondaga county* 
Ontario county. 



Mettenff^r—JoBeph. Ferine. 

Electobs of 1816. 
Chosen by Senate and Assembly, November 8, 1816. 

(7Aa<rm<m— HENBY BUTOEBS. 
SMrefeiry— Samubl Lawbbkok. 



rames. 


Besidences. 


Names. 


Besidences. 


lojfifer, 

Chlpman,... 


New-York city. 


Augustus Wright, . . 
Peter S. Van Orden, 


New-York city. 


Ontario county. 


Bockland county. 


^ Seamen,... 


Queens coanty. 


Henry Becker, 


Schoharie county. 


^ke, 


New-York city. 


Aaron Haring, 


Montgomery county. 


Pairlie, 


New-York city. 


Israel W. Clark,... 


Otsego county. 


7. Van Wyck 


Dutchess county. 


Daniel Boot, 


Chenango county. 


D. MonelV.. 


Columbia connty. 


Montgomery Hunt . 


Oneida county. 


ake, Jr., 


Orange coanty. 


NichollFoadick,... 


Herkimer county. 


J«rt>5, 


Ulster coanty. 


Eliphalet Edmonds, 


JelTerson county. 


North, 


Delaware coanty. 


George Petit, 


Onondaga ooant|-. 


B. Dudley,.. 


Albany county. 


Bichard Townley,.. 


Cayuga county. 


In Smith,.... 


Bensselaer county, 


Samuel Lawrence,. 


Tioga ooanty. 


Lewis. 


Saratoga county. 


Nath. Bochester,... 


Ontario ooanty. 


iMT McNish,. 


Washington county. 


WrthyL.Churchel, 


Genesee eoaBtj. 


1 Aldrich. . . . 


Warren coanty. 







ir<M«0n^«r— Aaron Clark. 



28 



326 



PBESIDEKTIAL ELEOTOBS. 



Electors of 1820. 
Chosen by Senate and Assembly, November 9, 1820 



PrfMdent—HEKRY BUTOEBS. 
Seeret(uy^ViiLUAH B. BooHKffm. 



Names. 



William FloydS.... 

Henry Batsera, 

Abel Hantmgton, . . . 
Edward Leyerioh,.. 
Isaac Lawrence, .... 

JohnTargee, 

Jacob Odell, 

Peter Warring, 

EdwM P. Livmgston 
David Hammond, . . 

Peter Miilikin, 

Marie Spencer, 

Boi^amin Knower, . 

Gilbert Eddv, 

Howell Gardner, . . . 



Beeidences. 



Oneida. 
New-York. 
Suflblk coantf. 
Queens county. 
New- York city. 
New-York city. 
Westchester county. 
Pntnam county. 
Colombia county. 
Snlliyan county. 
Orange county. 
Greene county. 
Albany county. 
Bensselaer county. 
Baratogfa coanty. 



Names. 



John Baker, 

John Walworth,... 
Daniel McDound,. 
Seth Wotmore,*. . . . 
Latham A. Burrows, 
Farrand Stranahan, 

Henry Wager, 

Elisha Famham, . . 
Jonathan Collins,.. 
Samuel Nelson,.... 
Wm. B. Bochester, 
Charles Thompson, 
Philetus Smith,.... 
James Brisban, .... 



Bestdenoesi 



Washtngton waaAf, 
Clinton county. 
Beheneotady ooratj. 
MontgooMvy oooa^> 
Broome county. 
Otaeeo county. 
Oneida oooBty. 
MadiaMi oonnty. 
Lewis county. 
Cortland oounty. 
Allegany ooonty. 
Seneca oounty. 
Ontario oounty. 
Genessee ooonty. 



Mftsengtr^'Ediiard LeTeret 

Electors of 1824. 
Chosen by the Senate and Assembly, November 11, 1824. 

(7Aalrm<M»— MABINUB WILLETT. 
Stordary — John LAmnro, Jr. 



Names. 



Nathan Thompson,. 

Darius Bentley, 

Micah Brooks, 

Pierre A. Bariccr,.. 

Joseph BiUey, 

Timothy H. Porter,* 

Samuel Bussel, 

Marinus Willett,.... 
Ebeneier Sage,^.... 
Bichard Blauvelt,. . . 
Abraham Stagg,.... 

John Drake, 

Jamet Drake, 

Isaao Sntheriand,... 

William Walsh 

AlexandMT J. Coffin, 
Benlamin Smith, . . . 
EUahaDorr, 



Besidences. 



Saratoga county. 
Tioga oounty. 
Ontario oounty. 
Seneca oounty. 
Monroe county. 
Cattaraugus county. 
Erie county. 
New-Ywk city. 
Suflblk oounty. 
Bockland count/. 
New-York city. 
New-York city. 
Westchester oounty. 
Dut^'hess oounty. 
Orange coanty. 
Columbia county. 
Bensselaer oounty. 
Albany county. 



Names. 



William Townsend, 
Thomas Lawyer,.. 
Edw'd B. Crandall, 
Samuel Hicks...... 

Edward Savage,... 
Bei^amln Mooers,. 
Chester Patterson,. 
Phinehas Coon,.... 

Azariah Smith,.... 

.Eleazer Bamum,... 
Solomon St. Jolm,. 
Elisha R Strong^.. 
Clark Crapda)!,.... 

Isaac Suiheriand,.. 
John Lansing, Jr.^ 
Bei^amln Biuey,.. 
Samuel Smith...... 

Henry Cady, 



Beridenesi. 



Delaware ooonty. 
Sooharie eous^ 
Otseflo eonnty. 
Oneida county. 
Washington eoa^> 
CaintoB eoonty. 
BmoDM eoonty. 
MadlaoB eomty. 
Onondagn eomi7> 
OayngA eouity* 
Wayne eoutf . 
Monroe oouity. 
AU^gany taaal^ 
0«niaee eomty. 
Albniiy eomty. 
New-Tork «ity. 
Snllivan eoonty. 
CHnton eoonty. 



Mfmmtg m'— Samuel Buasel. 



> DM not attend ; Msrtin Yan Buren appointed to flu Taeanejr* 

* Did not attend ; William I. Dodge appointed to IIU vaoaney. 

* Did not attend ; William Mann, of Schoharie appointed to flO 
« Did not attend; John Taylor, of Albany, appointed to 1111 



PBBSIDBHTIAL ELBCT0B8. 

ELEOToita OF 1828. 
Elected bj diatricte, NoTember 4, 1828. 

JVaiifml— JOBKPH C. TATB8. 



"-"•""^if^'te'" 


U»viu«, Lewit eoantr- 


N>ID<«. 




DU, 


Namu. 




ttmm Ralph 

Jacob Odmi, 

Uoramn Levi*,.... 

iSS.rCiS,-; 

Atoamt^r CoBln,.. 

eilbat Bddy 

Ali'n. Van VechiBB, 

Peler Pliuv, 

Jo«ph cTYal«,.. 

Ebenef B. Slwraan 


Buffolk MDDlr. 
Kion rouni/ 
N.?.Yort elly. 
Kow-Ynrli (iiy. 
Now-York ollj. 

DauhcM ooonly. 
Albanj onunlj. 


19 

1 


P=Lff J. H. Mjex^ 

Freeborn O. Jewell 

J^bpB^l^ 

Kbmeirr Wulden,, 


Moplgomeryoo. 

HE" 

Uidlu^TonQ^ 
OnonUiHtaoo. 
Cajum oounv- 
Tonipkinioo. 

Monroe opooly. 
8leqbcnooui.lj. 
(ienesee eoonly 



Mutmgtr — Aiqdi EU)«. 

Elbctobs of 1832, 
Elected by general ticket, November 6, 1832. 

iVwMflit— EDWABS F. LIVINGSTOH. 
SecriCart/ — ilAir- ' ' 

r. <* I«r^| gto.ti?ler6^-? 



John Tarne, 

Pnaemd Flih,.., 
Jolin W. Rardenb 
Abraham Hlllor, ., 
WUUam Tabm-,..:. 



MontiraniEn 
UarbMown 



Daniel D. Campbell, . . 

■Tata Gale, 

thidley FarllD, 



TlBophHiM fl. Mor 
PaTlSuoulloD-... 
Ebeneaer Vood,. , , 
PMfrOoUhc, 



Warren.burrt,... 
Fon Coviogton, . . 
CanghnaWKgB, ... 
Ddimetk, 

Sr.:::::;::: 



W«tche>U 






328 



PBE8IDENTIAL EliECTORS. 



Ages. 



86 
57 
47 
44 
T2 
67 
74 
M 
86 
69 
49 
87 
87 
4t 
40 
48 



Names. 



John Hyde, 

ThnmaB Humphrey,.... 

.Jos<»ph Reynolds, 

Darius Bcntluy, 

Samuel Payne, 

Gad Curtis, 

Seth Thomas,. 

Jonas 8eo1y, 

Oliver Phelps 

Truman Spenceri 

Abicl BaUlwIn, 

James Sutherland 

Calvin T. Chamberlain,. 

Orris Crosby, 

Mi^or A. Andrews, 

Asa Hark, Jr., 



Sesidenoea. 



Barker,. 

Bainbridse,.. . 

Virgil, 

Horsoheads, .. 
Hamilton, .... 
MarceUos,.... 

Ledyard, 

Komnlus 

Canandalgoa,. 

Benton, 

Clarkson, 

Darien, 

Cuba, 

Fredonia, 

Buffalo,. 

Murray, 



Coimtfsi. 



BroooM. 

ChenancOi 

Cortland. 

(then) Tiogi. 

Madison. 

Onondaga. 

Cayuga. 

Seneca. 

Ontario. 

Yates. 

Monroe. 

Genesee. 

Allegany. 

Chautanqoe. 

Erie. 

Orleans. 



Ages. 



61 
62 
68 

62 
61 
61 
44 
66 
60 
44 
60 
67 
60 
6T 
6T 
49 
60 
70 
60 
66 
8A 
46 
62 
67 
60 
48 
89 
62 
61 
66 
48 
47 



MBMmger—OrrlB Crosbj. 

Electors of 1836. 
Elected by general ticket, November 8, 1836. 

/V«<d«n«— CORNELIUS W. LAWRENCE. 
Seorttary — Hiram Oabdneb. 

wimm^^ «# 7/.-/.^ i Cornelius W. Lawrence, of New-York. 
EUctor% at largt,^ j^^^ McCall,» of Rushford, Allegany county 



Names. 



Moses Rolph, 

Jacob Crocheron, 

Stephen Allen, 

Campbell B. White,». 
Oideon Ostrander, . . . . 

John Targee, 

Jeremiah Anderson,.. 

James Hoolier 

Nathaniel P. Hill,.... 
Jeremiah Russell, . . . . 

Zadock Pratt, 

Lucas Hues, 

Henry Koon 

Peter Wendell, 

Herman Oansevoort,.. 

John Oale, 

Woloott Tvrrell 

David 0. Judson, 

Frederick Sammons, . 

Henry Ellison , 

Parker Halleok, 

Oeorse F. Falley, . . . , 
Orville Hungerford,.., 

Joshua Bab^k, , 

Ichabod Bartlett. 

Augustas C. Welch,., 
Lyman t^trobridge, ... 
Whitoomb Phelps,..., 

Parld Mnnm^ 

1>av1d Dickey, 

Peleg Slade, , 

Alanson M. Knapp,., 
Jarad Wilson 



Residences. 



Huntington, 

Richmond 

New-York, 

New-York, 

New-York, 

New-York, 

White Plains^... 
Poughkcepsie,... 
Montgomery, .. .. 

Ulster, 

Prattsville 

Kindorhook, 

Rensselaer, 

Albany, 

Oansevoortsville, 

OalesYiile, 

Bchroon, 

Ogdensburgfa, . . . 

Fonda, 

Salisbury,. 

Clinton, 

Oswego, 

Watertown,. 

Plainfleld, 

Franklin, 

New Berlin,.... 
Trumansburgh, . . 

WillMvviUe, 

Camiifns, 

Siloam, 

Bempronios, 

Bodus, 

Canandalgna, ... 



Counties. 



Suffolk. 

Eicbmood. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

Westchester. 

Dutchess. 

Orange. 

Ulster. 

Oreen6< 

Columbfa. 



Albany. 

Saratoga. 

WashingtoD. 



. 



St 

Montgomery* 

Herkunflr. 

Oneida. 

FnltoD. 

Jeflbnon* 

Otsego. 

Delawam. 

Chenaiupk 

TompkuMi 

Tlogft. 

OihiiMl«giu 

Madfano. 

Wayne. 
OntMiOi 



> Did not attend ; Jacob Snlberiand. age 40, chosen to fill the .« 
* Did not attend x John Coxa, ago 80, ^osen to fill the ▼Man«y. 



PBESIDBSTIAL BLECTOB8. 



329 



Ages. 


Names. 


Residences. 


Ooonties. 


40 


£lMia I>oubledaT. 


Italy HilL 


Yates. 


50 


Joft>{rfi Sibley, 

SaoHiel Benedict, Jr., 

Daniel H- Blaaell 


Chili, 


Monroe. 


88 


Alexander,. 


Genesee. 


41 


Mn<W<)W,, -r.-.TT....-t», 


LiYingston. 
Cattaraugus. 


ft4 


Thomas J. Wheeler, 

Onv H« Goodrich 


Oonpwansro. ........... 


46 


Buffalo, 


Erie. 


36 


Hiram Gardaer 


Lockport, 


Niagara. 



MeBnenffer — Daniel U. BisselL 



Electors of 1840. 
Ifflected by general ticket, November 3, 1840. 



Ages. 

75 

55 

52 

50 

53 

T5 

64 

68 

65 

71 

49 

51 

68 

67 

45 

46 

58 

49 

49 

49 

69 

88 

58 

66 

68 

87 

57 

49 

52 

^ 

62 

62 

57 

58 

58 

47 

62 

56 

52 

64 



Prmidm»Sk.UlS.'& BURT. 
Seort4ary — Elisha Jenkins- 



Af Ia«v7^ i J»"*<* S**rt ^ Warwick, Orange county, age 80. 
m taryet ^ Abraham Rose of Binghamton, Broome county, 



age 75. 



Names. 



John T. Harrison, . . . . , 
John L. Lawrence,. . . . 

Joseph Tucker, 

J. Phillips Phoenix, .. 
B1diafdS.WiIliam8,.. 
Pierre Van Cortlandt,. 

Bartow White, 

Nathaniel Dul>ol8,.... 

Peter G. Sharp,. 

Elid&a Jenkins, 

Harvey Watson, 

Griffith P. Griffith,.... 
Ajpchibald Mclntyre,.. 

EariStimson, 

Joslah Hand, 

KeyesP. Oool, 

Jonathan Wallace, . . . . 
Henry P. YocNrhees,. . . 

Thomas Burch, 

John I. Knox, 

Peter Pratt,. 

Eibridge G. Merrick,. . 

Jacob Livingston, 

Isaac Ogden, 

Samu^ Baloom, , 

John J. Speed, Jr.,.. , 

DanHibbard, 

John Williams, 

B. Davis Noxon, 

Albert Crane, 

Charles Bradish, 

Oldeoa Lee, 

Grattan H. Wheeler, 

William Garbutt, 

Phinehas L. Tracy,. .. 

John Wheeler, 

Philo Orton, 

HtturyB. Seymour,.. 

Davis Hnrd, 

Peter B. Porter, 



Residences. 



Castleton, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Peekskill, 

Fishkill, 

Newburgh, 

Kingston, 

Hudson, 

Middleburgh, 

Troy, 

Albany, 

Galway,.... 

Kingsbury, 

Glens Falls, 

Fort Covington,... 

Fultonvllle, 

Little FaUs, 

Augusta 

Union Square,.... 

Clayton, 

Cherry Yalley, ... 

Walton, 

Oxford, 

Ithaca, , 

Cortland Village,. 
Cazenovia......... 

Syracuse, , 

Conquest, 

Palmyra, 

Geneva, , 

Wheeler, 

Wheattand, 

Batavia, 

Portage, 

Fredonia, 

Bulfiilo, 

Middleport, 

Niagara Falls, ... 



Oonnties. 



Richmond. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

Westchester. 

Dutdiess. 

Orange. 

Ulster. 

Columbia. 

Schohnrie. 

Rensselaer. 

Albany. 

Saratoga. 

Washington, 

Warren, 

Franklin. 

Montgmnery. 

Herkimer. 

Oneida. 

Oswego. 

Jefferson. 

Otsego. 

Delaware. 

Chenanga 

Tompkins. 

Cortland. 

Madison. 

Onondaga. 

Cayuga. 

Wayne. 

Ontario. 

Steuben. 

Monroe. 

Genesee. 

Livingston. 

Chautanque. 

£rte.m 

Niagara. 

Ntsgsnu 



JftMifiy«r->H. M. Bomeyn. 



330 



PBESIDEirriAL ELECTORS. 



Electors of 1844. 
Elected by general ticket, November 6, 1844. 

PrMidmt-^OU^ 8ATAGE. 
Secretary — Huqh Halsbt. 

«^.^.. ^* i»^»M S Benjamin F Butler of New- York city, age 48. 

£Peceora ax large.-f^ Dauiel 8. Dickinson of Binghamton, Broome county, age 44. 



Ages. 



50 
87 
54 
58 
40 
«0 
54 
4S 
72 
68 
74 
64 
56 
65 
49 
73 
48 
64 
59 
68 
70 
53 
54 
52 
60 
60 
65 
60 
51 
56 
81 
41 
58 
47 



Names 



Hugh Halsey 

John G* Thompson, 

Georee Douglass, 

Nlel Gray, 

William F. Havemeyer, . . 
Jonathan I. Coddington, . 

Daniel Johnson, 

John Crawford, 

William Murray, , 

Jacobus Hardenbcrg, . . . . 
Tobias L. Ilogcboom,. . . . 
Nicholas M. Masters, . . . . , 

John Keyes Paige, 

John Savage, 

William Hedding , 

John Fay, 

JohnNHlis , 

Glemenco Whitakor,.... 

Azariah Doane, 

Thomas H. Hubbard,..., 

Lemuel I'attlnglU,. , 

William Mason, 

Henry Potts, , 

Daniel Dana, 

JohnGlllett, 

Jacob E. Bogardus, 

Jonathan Boynton, 

Elisha Johnson, 

John Lapham 

John D. Higgins^ 

Bobert H. Shaiikland, . . . 
Jonathan Hascall, Jr.,. . . 

BnflisH. Smith, 

John D. Perkins,! 



Besidenoes. 



Brldgehampton, . 
Tomj^kinsviile,... 

Now- York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

New-York, 

West Hempstead,. 

doutheast, 

West Town 

Marbletown, 

Gh>-nt, 

Schaghticoke, .... 

Albany, 

Salem, 

WestChazy , 

Northampton,.... 
St. Johnsville, .... 
Martinsburgh, .... 

BelleviUe, , 

UUca, 

New Lisbon, , 

Preston , 

Williamstown,..., 

Syracuse, 

Scott, , 

South Lansing, . . < 

Walworth, , 

Bochester, 

^armingt^n, 

Bath, 

ElliooUvllIe, 

Brant, 

Perry, 

Holiey, 



Coonties. 



Suffolk. 

Blchmond. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

Bockland. 

Putnam. 

Orange. 

Ulster. 

Colnmbia. 

Bensselaer. 

Albany. 

Washington* 

Clinton. 

Fulton. 

Montgomery 

Lew£ 

JeflTenon. 

Oneida. 

Otsego. 

Chenanga 

Osw^ro. 

Ononoa}^ 

CorUand. 

Tompkins. 

Wayne. 

Monroe. 

Ontario. 

Steuben. 

Cattaraugus. 

Erie. 

Wyoming. 

Orleans. 



JfesMni^er— John D. Perkins. 



Electors of 1848. 
Elected by general ticket, November 7, 1848, 

Prw<(2M«-J0HN A. COLLIER. 
^Ssorwlarir— Chabub B. Baibtow 

w9^M^»^ ^ 1^...^ i Henry H. Boss of Keeseville. Essex oooo^, age 66. 
SiMwn as iarg€, ^ ^^^^ ^ ^y,^ ^^ Albany, Albany ooantj, age 81. 



Ages. 



B6 

» 
M 
58 

M 



Names. 



Abraham T. Boee,. . . . 

James M. Grots, 

DanMLord, 

Joseph Hoxie, 

Tlmotiiy Whlttemors^. 



ResidenoQS. 



Bridgehampton, 



New-York, . 
New-York,. 
New-York,. 



SMunoDd. 
Hew*Tork. 
Neir-Torfc. 
Veir-ToriL 



& Did not attond ; AhnSbam Hofeiboom sppotnted to ffll tbommj. 



PBESIDEirnAL BLBCTOXS. 



331 



Ages. 



44 
41 
47 

64 
64 
8L 
48 
TO 
5S 
65 
40 
66 
68 
63 
48 
65 
40 
42 
44 

62 
81 

81 
50 

48 
60 



NaoBM. 



Gteorfge GrUwold,^ . . 

George Benson, 

John 0' Cniger, 

James D. B^, 

Manrin Wheeler,'. . . 

Robert Dorlon, 

Isra^ Seymour, 

Clarkson F. Crosby, , 

James MoKie, 

Billy J. aark, 

Samuel Freeman, . . . 

Aaa Ghatfleld, 

James O. Doff, 



John Bradley, 

WUIlamB. WeUes, .... 

DanMLarkin, 

Ghartes B. Barstow,... 

Oliver Poole, 

Dorastos Kellogg 

Stephen Fancher, 

£11 Sheldon 

Joseph W. Gates,* 

Erasmus D. Smith,. . .. 
Bei^amln F. Harwood, . 

Samuel Bnssel,* 

DelosE. SiU 

William Kctchum, 

Augustus P. Hascall, . . , 
Solomon Parmele, . . . . . 



Besidenees. 



New-rork,. 



Tlvoll,.. 

Bullville, 

IK'lhl, 

Catskill, 

Troy, 

Watervliet 

North White Creek,... 

Glens Falls, 

Saratoga Springs, ,,,,. 

Fairfleld 

ConstableyiUe, , 

BrownvUle^ 

Ulica, 

Central Bidge, 

Owego, 

ErieTille, 

Skaneateles, 

Cato, 

Penn Yan, 

Ontario, , 

Bochester, 

Dansville, 

Alfred, 

EllicoitvUle, 

Buffalo, 

Le Boy, 

Lockport 



Goonties. 



New-fork. 

Rockland. 

Dutchess. 

Orange. 

Delaware. 

Greene. 

Rensselaer* 

Albany. 

Washington. 

warren. 

Saratc^^ 

Herkimer. 

Lewis. 

Jefferson. 

OnMda. 

Schoharie. 

Tio«a. 

Mauison. 

Onondaga. 

Cayuga. 

Yates. 

Wayne. 

Monroe. 

Livingston, 

AUegany. 

Cattaraugus 

Erie. 

Genesee. 

Niagara. 



Jfeaten^er— Delos E. SiU. 



Electors of 1852. 
Elected by general ticket, November 2, 1852. 

Pr0tideiU-ZAT>OCK PRATT. 
Seeretary—hYUJLix J. Walworth. 

99^.^ -* »>,-/,- J Charles O'Conor of New- York citv, age 48. 
KMOon a$ targe,^ Sherburne B. Piper of Lewlston, Niagara county, 



age 46. 



Ages. 



42 
89 
88 
60 
89 
89 
41 
62 
62 
65 
62 
67 
61 
49 
48 



Names. 



Philip SCrooke 

Electus B. Litchfield,.. 
Richard T. ComptOn,... 

Joseph M. Marsn, 

James Murphy, ... . ... 

William H. Cornell, ... 
Gustavus A. Conover,. , 
Alexander F. Vache, . . . 

Edward Buffern, 

Alexander Thompson,. 

Zadock Pratt, 

Lawrence Van Bnren,. 

Job Pierson, 

Comelins Yosburgh, . . . 
Isaac W. Bishop, 



Residences. 



Brooklyn,.. 
Brooklyn,.., 
New -York,. 
New- York, . 
New-York,. 
New- York, . 
New-York,. 
New- York, . 



Prattsville,.., 
Kihderhook,. 

Troy, 

Albany, 

Salem, 



1 Did'not attend ; Abraham Hogeboom appointod t6 fill vacancy. 
* Did not attend ; Joseph Smith appointed to fill vacancy, 
s Did not attend; Martin BntterfleJu appointed to fill vacancy. 
« Did not attend ; Ira Davenport appointed to fill vacaoey. 



Counties. 



Kings. 

Kings. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

Rockland. 

Orange. 

Greene. 

Columbia. 

Rensselaer. 

Albany. 

WashingkHv 



332 



PBESIDENTIAL ELECTORS* 



A8«^ 



64 
64 

51 
43 
71 
72 
41 
4S 
61 
85 
8S 
58 
84 
42 
58 
44 
83 
61 



Names. 



Thomas Crook, 

William G. Grain^ 

Clark B. Orlnneli, 

Lyman J. Walworth, . . . , 
Thomas H. Ilabbard, . . , 
Sumuel G. Tlathuway, . . , 

Delos I>e Wolf, 

Jonathan G. Collins, 

William Taylor 

Willliim a Beardsley, . . 

Darios A. Offden, , 

Jotin G. McDowell,. . . . , 

Forral C. Dininny, 

Daniel Warner, , 

John B. Skinner, 

William Vandervoort,. . , 
WiUiamL.G. Smith,..., 
Benjamin i. -hamberlin, . 



Besideneei. 



Plattsburgh, 

Litchfield,... 

Johnstown,. 



Utica, 

Solon, 

Oswego 

West Turin,. 
Manlius,.... 
Auburn,.... 
PennYan,.. 

Elraira, 

Addison,... 



Middlebury,. 
Buffalo, 



Goonttes. 



Clinton. 

Herkimer. 

Fulton. 

Otsego, 

Oneida. 

Cortland. 

Osweg^. 

Lewis. 

Onondaga. 

Cayuga. 

Yates. 

Chemung. 

Steuben. 

Monroe. 

Wyoming. 

Niagara. 

Erie. 

Oattarangns. 



JfMMn(7«r— James H. SherrllL 



Electors of 1856. 
Elected by general ticket, November 4, 1856. 

/VstWtfnf— DANIEL GADY. 
8ecretarif—JBA^o L. Endbus. 

Bv.^«^. ^ ?^«- i Moses H. Grlnnell of New-York city, age 02. 
JCUotori at large, -^ j^^^ g Wadsworth of Qeneseo, Livingston county, 



age 49. 



Ages. 



48 
58 
61 
29 
88 
84 

66 

7T 
88 
TO 
48 
47 
89 
60 
72 
88 
42 
88 
68 
51 
62 
46 
76 
48 
46 
44 
47 



Names. 



Minthome Tompkins,. 

Amos P. Stanton, 

James Kennedy, < 

Hermann Raster, 

John S. Belcher, 

Daniel D. Conoyer,... 

Daniel L. Pettee,^ 

James Kelly, 

Jared V. Peck," 

John P.Jones, 

Srastus Cooke 

RfibertA Barnard,... 
John G. McMurray,... 
Henry H. Van Dyck,. . 

John a Hnlbert, 

Jacob D. Klngsland, . . 

Smith Sdllwell, 

Daniel Cady, 

Robert S. Hughston,.. 

James S. Lynch, 

WiUfam 8. Bayre, 

Daniel H. Marsh, 

Ashley Darenport, .... 

Le Boy Morgan, , 

Eleaser Bumham,.... 
Mdatiah H. Lawrenee, 
Josiah B. Williams,... 

Isaan L. Endress, 

Freeman Clarke^ , 



Residences. 



Btapleton, 

Brooklyn, 

New- York, 

New-York, 

New-York, 

New-York, 

New-York, 

New-York, 

Port Chester...... 

Montleello, 

Kingston, 

Huoson, 

Lanslngbnrgh,... 

Albany, 

Saratoga Springs, 

Keeseyille, 

Ogdensbnrgh, ... 

Johnstown, 

Delhi, 

Utlca, 

Balnbrldge, 

Oswego, 

Copenhagen, 

Syracuse, 

Aurora. • 

Penn Yan, 

Ithaca, 

DansTille, 

Eoohottei, 



Oountief. 



Richmond. 

Kings. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

Westchester. 

SuUlTaa. 

Ulster. 

Columbia. 



Albany. 

Saratoga. 

Clinton. 

St. 

FoHoD. 

Oneida. 

dwnaafOb 

OawegOb 

]>wla, 

OncNMiigt* 

Oayngi. 



Tooipkinib 
LiTiBfiUin. 



> Did not attend ; Thomas Oamley, age 46, appointed to flit Tsetnej* 
• Did noftattend; Edward FMd, ageSB, appotnted to IUItmmmj. 



BEOEMTS OF THE UKIVEBSITT. 



333 



Ages. 


Hamet. 


Betldeneet. 


Coontles. 


Bl 


WnHam S. MaOotT, .*. 

William Keep, 


Bataria, 


Genesee* 


44 


Lockport, 

Buffalo 


Niagara. 
Erie. 


b9 


Kaftifl 'Wheeler. 


46 


Deloe E.6ill, 


EllicottviUe, 


Chaataiuiae. 



MuMngsr^—Ulnm W. Dixon, Colombia eoontjr* 



REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 

King's College, in New-York city, was incorporated by patent^ 
October 31st, 1754, and received at various times the aid of a lot- 
tery, a township of land in Vermont, and other grants from govern- 
ment, by the aid of which it had erected buildings and gone into 
successful operation, but the revolution broke up its organizatioBi 
and its premises were used as a hospital during the war. 

Early in 1784, committees upon seminaries of learning were 
appointed in the Legislature, and on 1st of May a law was passed 
granting new powers to the college, whose name was changed to 
Columbia College. The principS state officers, two persons in 
each county, and one person chosen by each religious denomina- 
tion in the state, were made trustees ; who had power to establish 
and regulate the college, locate branches in other places, and direct 
the educational interests of the state generally. These trustees 
were designated Regents of the University,* and were to choose a 
chancellor, vice-chancellor, treasurer and secretary. Vacancies 
(excepting those of the religious sects) were to be filled by the 
governor and council of appointment. 

The regents, being widely scattered, were found unable to 
assemble in sufficient numbers for a quorum, and at the next sea- 
sion* thirty-three additional ones were appointed, of whom twenty 
resided in New-York city, 

A short experience proved the inadequacy of this law to meet 
the purposes for which it was passed ; and in 1787, another plan 
of supervision over the higher literary institutions of the state, 
which was adopted, has been continued with little change to the 
present time.' By the act of April 13th, of that year, nineteen 
persons therein named, with the governor and lieutenant-governor 
by virtue of their offices, were constituted regents of the univer- 

1 Folio edition of Laws, 7th session, p. 69. 

s November 12th, 1784. folio Laws, 8th session, p. 28. 

s The amhorship of this system has generally been ascribed to Alexander Hamilton, 
then in the Assembly. An examination of the legislative Journals and of the 
original drafts of the act still preserved, will show that JBsra L'Hommedieo, 
then in the Senate, was prominently concerned in its passage. 



334 BEGEHTS OF THE UNIVEBSITT. 

sity, and required to yisit and inspect all collies, academies and 
schools, examine into the state and system of education, and 
report annually to the Legislature. They were empowered, in 
case of vacancy, to appoint presidents of colleges and principals 
of academics, for one year, to confer degrees and to incorporate 
colleges and academies, provided that the annual revenue of any 
such academy should not exceed the value of four thousand 
bushels of wheat. 

Vacancies in corporations of trustees were to be filled by the 
remaining trustees, and no president or professor was ineligible 
on account of any religious tenets he might profess. 

In 1842 the secretary of state,* and in 1854 the superintendent 
of public instruction,* were made regents of the university. In 
1844 the regents were made trustees of the state library,' and, in 
conjunction with the superintendent of schools, were charged with 
the supervision of the Normal School. 

In 1845, they were made trustees of the cabinet of natural 
history,** and in 1856 the supervision of the completion of the 
Colonial History and subjects of a kindred class were committed 
to their care. They hold annual meetings on the second ThnrB- 
day of January, and such other meetings as the chancellor maj 
appoint' 

Itegents are appointed by joint ballot of the Legislature. Thej 
receive no salaries, and hold until their places are vacated by 
death, resignation, removal from the state, or neglecting to attend 
at least one meeting in each year. They may be removed by 
concurrent resolution of the Legislature, but this power has never 
been exercised. 

> Act of ICay 8th, 1848. * Act of Hay 10th, 184B. 

• Act of March 80th, 1864. • Beriaed Statutea, part 1, ehn>. IS. 

» Act <rf May 4th, 1844. 



BEOSNTS OF THE UNIYEBSITT. 



335 



R&OKNTS OF THB XjNIYKRSITYy 

As originally implied and named in the act of May 1, 1 784, ^rranf- 
ing additioncU powers to the college, formerly called Kin^s 
College. 

His Exeelleney, George Clinton, Oournor^ 

Pierre Yan Gortlandt, Lieuitnam^Oo^^mor cmd Ptm. Senate^l 

John Hathom, 8p&aher qf fk» Astembfy, 

James Duane, Mayor t^ths OUy <^ NeW'-Tork^ ) Ex offleio. 

John J. Beekman, Mayor ofiko Ctty qf Albany, 

Egbert Benson, AUomey-Oonoral, 

John Horin Scott, Soorkary ^ Stats, 



Ifames. 


Coontiea. 


Kame& 


Coontiea. 


He'y Broekholst LiTingston, 
Unhftrt Hamnr. .......... 


New-York. 

New-York. 

Albany. 

Albuiy. • 

Dutchess. 
. Dutohess. 

Westchester.' 
• Westchester. 

Orange. 

Orange* 

Ulster. 

Ulster. 


Christopher P. Yates, 

James Xjivinflston..^ ....... 


Montgomery. 
MontflomeiT* 


Walter LlTinjnlion, 

Christopher Yates,.. 

Anthony Hoffcnatt, 

Ooraeliua Hamfr«y, 

IjAwlfl MorriSu 


Abraham Bancker, 

John C. Donsan. 


Richmond. 
Biehmond* 


Matthew Qancson, 

Rutger Yan Brunt, 

James ToWnsfendi.. 


Kings. 
Kings. 
Queens. 


PhittD Pdl. Jr.. 


Thomas Lawrence,... 

Ezra L'Qommedieo, 

Caleb Smith. .-. 


Queens. 


Henry Wianer, ..^..r. 

John Harins. ............. 


Suffolk. 
Suffolk* 


OhrMopher Tappen, 

Jamea Clinton, ,..», 


John Wlllilona, 


Washington. 
Washington. 


John MeCreaj 



In addition to the aboTe, one clergyman was to be chosen by each religious den<Hntaia- 
tloo In the state. It is believed no appointments were made under this authority. 



Additional Regents 
Appointed by the act passed November 12, 1784. 



Names. 


Counties. 


Names 


Coontiea. 


John Jay,. % 

Samuel ProVosL 


New^York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. ; 

New-York. • 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 

New-York. 


Thomas Jonea.. ...'...'..... 


New-York. 


Malachi Treat,. ...> 

Nicholas Romain. .'........ 


New- York. 


John H. Livingston,. ....;. 
John Rndflferst 


New-York. 


Peter W. Yates. 


Albany. 

Albany. 

Albany. 

Ulster. 

Kings. 

Montgomery. 

Suffolk. 


John Mason, 

John Ganoe. 


Matthew Yischer, 

fi unlock Woodruff, 

George J. L. Doll 

John Yanderbilt 


John Daniel Gros, 

Johan Ch. Kunze. 


Joseph Delaplain, ; . 

Gersnom Seixas,.' 


Thomas Romain. 


Samuel Buel. 


Alexander Hamilton,....:. 
John Lawrence 


Gilbert Livingston, 

Nathan Kerr. ...: 


Dutchess. 

Orange. 

Westchester. 

Queens. 

Richmond. 

Washington. 


John RuUierford, 


Ebenezer Lockwood, 

John Llovd. Jr............ 


Leonard Lispenard, 

John Cochran 


Hermanns Garrison, 

Ebenexer RumcIL 


Charles McKnight, 





336 



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340 



KEOENTS OP THE UNIVERSITT. 



Officers of the Regents. 
Chancellors, 



Names. 


Date of App'nt. 


Names. 


DataofApp^ 


Oeorfe Clinton 


July 17, 1787 
Jan'y 20, 1796 
Feb'y 16, 18<t2 
Feb'y 4, 1806 
Feb'y 8, 180^ 
Feb'y 8, 1817 


bimeon De Witt, 

Stephen Van Rensselaer,.. 
James Kine 


March 84»18» 
Jan'y 8, 18S 
Feb'y 18, 18» 
Jan'y 18, 1841 
OcU 81,1811 


John Jay, 


George Clinton, 


Morgan Lewis 


Peter Wendell 


Daniel D. Tompkins, 

John Taylor, 


Gerrit Y. Lansing, 



Vice- Chancellors, 



Names. 


Date of App'nt. 


Names. 


DataoTApptt 


John Jay 


July 17, 1787 
March 81, 1790 
March 14, 1S14 
Feb'y 8, 1817 


Elisha Jenkins. 


March 24, 18W 
Jan'y 18, 184S 
Jan'y IS, 18tt 
Jan'y 9,1845 


John Eodgers, D. D., 

John Ta\ior 


Luther Bradish, 

Daniel B. Dickios<m, 

John Greig, 


Simeon De Witt, 



Secretaries, 



Names. 


Date of App'nt 


Names. 


Date of App'nt 


Kichard Harrison, 


July 17, 1784 
April 7, 1790 
Jan'y 21, 1794 
Jan'y 28, 1797 


Francis Bloodgood, 

Gideon Hawley 

Dr. T. Bomevn Beck, 

damuel B. Woolworth 


March It, im 
Mareh8S,18U 
May 85,1841 
Dee. 4.1865 


Nathaniel Lawrence,* 

De WittClinton 


David S. Jones, 



Present Board of Regents. 

His Ezoellency, John A. King, OovernoTj \ 

Henry B. Selden, Lieutenant- Oovemor. f «. .«jiu^ 

Gideon .F. Tucker, Secretary of State, ( ^" "°***' 

Henry H. Van Dyck, Sup't of Public Instruction, } 
Gerrit T. Lansing, Chancellor, 
John Greig, Vice- Chancellor. 



Names. 


Namea. 


Oullan 0. Yerplanck, LT^. D., 

Erastns Coming, 

Prosper M. Weimore, 

John Loiimer Graham, 

John McLean, 

Gideon Hawley, LL. D., 

DaTid BnaU 

James S. Wtdsworth, 

John y. L. Pmyn, LL. D., 


Bobert Campbell, 

Ber. Samnfi Lnc^ny, D. D., 

Bobert G. BanUn, 

Bev. John N. Ounpbell, D. Dn 

Erastns G. BenedlcEt, 

George W. aintoo, 

Bev. Isaa« Parki, 

( One vacanoy.) 



iStecretefy— Samod B. Woolworth, LL. D. 



GEOLOGICAL SURYET. 341 



GEOLOGICAL SUBVEY. 

In 1836, the secretary of state was directed by the Legislature 
to report at its next session a plan for a geological survey of the 
state. In this report, it was recommended to divide the state 
into foar districts, and to appoint two geologists to each, a 
draftsman, a zoologist and a botanist An act was passed April 
15, 1836, authorizing a survey, and the proposed plan was changed 
to the appointment of a mineralogist for die whole state, and a 
geologist and an assistant for each district. These appointments 
were made by the governor, excepting those of assistant geologists, 
who, after the first, were appointed by their principals. The state 
was originally divided into four districts, as follows : 

Mrst District — Albany, Columbia, Delaware, Dutchess, Greene, 
Kings, New-York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Rensselaer, Richmond, 
Rockland, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Suffolk, Sullivan, 
Ulster, Washington and Westchester counties. 

Second District — Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, St. Law* 
renoe and Warren counties. 

Third District. — Cayuga, Genesee, Herkimer, Jefferson,' Lewis, 
Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Oneida, Onondaga, 
Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties. 

fourth District, — Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Chautauque, 
Chenango, Cortland, Erie, Niagara, Otsego, Seneca, Steuben, 
Hoga, Tompkins and Yates counties. 

At the end of the first season (autumn of 1836), a reorganiza- 
tion of the third and fourth districts was recommended by the 
geologists, and made by the governor, by which Cayuga lake, and 
a line drawn north and south from its extremities, became the 
west boundary of the third and east boundary of the fourth 
district. Tompkins county was divided by this line. An exchange 
was soon after made between the geologists first appointed to the 
third and fourth districts, and a palaeontological department was 
recommended. To this, Mr. Conrad, the geologist of the fourth 
district, was chosen April 1, 1837, and Mr. James Hall was 
appointed to fill the place thus made vacant. The following 
persons were commissioned in this survey : 

Zoological Department: 

James E. De Kay, of Oyster Bay, N. Y., Zoologist ^ . . . June 2, 1886. 
John W. Hill, of Nyack, N. Y., Draftsman^ June, 1836. 

BOTANTCAL DEPARTMENT: 

John Torrey, of Princeton, N. J., Bdanist^ July 1, 1836. 

> Preyions to the reorganization, in 1887, Mr. C(»rad of the 8d DIat. eonaented to allow 
JefferaoB oo., which originally waa included in hia cUatrie^ to be in<dadad in the 8d» 

♦29 



342 GEOLOGICAL SURYET. 

MiNERALOGICAL DEPARTMENT :* 

Lewis C. Becky uf New Bmnswick, N. J., Mineralogist ^ Jane 2, 1886. 

Geological Dkpartmrnt: 

1st Dist. William W. Mather, of Albany, Geologist, . . July, 1836. 

Caleb Briggs," of Troy, Assistant Oeologist,, July, 1836. 
2d Dist. Ebenezer Emmons, of Williamstown, Mass., 

Geologist, June 2, 1836. 

James Hall,' of Troy, Assistant Geologist,. . June 2, 1836. 
^ Dist. Timothy A. Conrad,* of Phila., Pa., Gfo/o^rts^, June, 1836, 

Jas. Eights,* of Albany, Assistant Geologist^ Aug., 1836. 
4th Pist. Lardner Vanuxem,' Bristol, Pa., Geologist,. July, 1836. 

J. W. Boyd,' New- York, Assistant Geologist, July, 1836. 

Agricultural Department :• 
Ebenezer Emmons, of Albany. 

Paljeontological Department: 

Timothy A. Conrad," of Philadelphia, Pa., April 1, 1837. 

James Hall, of Albany, June 1843. 

Tlie labors of the above named persons have terminated with 
publication of their final reports, excepting in the Palajontological 
department, which is still continued. The publications of this 
survey (besides the five annual reports, from 1837 to 1841, 
printed with the legislative documents) are in quarto, and as 
follows : 

Part i — ZoSlogy: 

Vol. 1. Introductory History of the Staie^ by Gov. William H. 

Seward ; and Mammalia, ^^ by James E. De Kay,. . . . 1842. 

Vol. 2. Ornithology j" by James E. De Kay, 1843. 

Vol. 3. Reptiles and Fishes (text), by James E. De Kay, 1842. 

Vol.4. " " (plates)," " " 1842 

Vol. 5. Molusca and Crustacea" by James E. De Kay, 1843. 

Part ii — Botany: 

Vol. 1. Botany," Polypetalee and part of Monopetalae, by Dr. 

John Toney, 1843. 

V^ol. 2. Botany,^^ Other flowering and filicoid plants, by Dr. 

John Torrey, \ 1843. 

Part in — Mineralogy: 

Mineralogy J In one volume, by Prof. Lewis C. Beck, 1842. 

1 Dr. William Horton, of Craigville, acted as assistant in Orange co., and Dr. Leonard 
D. Oale in New- York county. 



> Besigned in spring of 1888 ; Mr. J. Lang Cassels, Mr. — — Sermonr, and perhaps 
others, were subsequently employed as assistants in this district, bat none of 
them were commissioned. 



* Transferred to the 4th Dist. in 1S87 ; E. Emmons, Jr., afterwards acted as assistant. 

* Transferred to 4th Dist in 1836, and to Palseontological Department In 1887. 

* Resigned in 1887 ; £. S. CarFi and perhaps otherSi afterwards acted as fltftiirtsntff in 

the 8d Dist. 

* Transferred to 3d Dist in 1987. 

* Transf«-rred to 4th Dist in 1887 ; resigned In 1889 : E. K. Honford, and oUiers, wera 

afterwards employed as assistants in 4th Dist 

* Formed in 1845; discontinued In 1851. 

* Beaigned in antnmn of 1848. 

>* Of the edition (8000) the plates of 800 eopies were colored. 
" The platea of the whole edttioo of this volome were colored. 
" Thdplatei of 1800 ooptoa of tUi volome were eolorod. 




:^^SEAL< 



QEOLOGICAL SUBVET — COURTS. 343 

Pakt IV — (Jeologt: 

Geology of Isi District, by William W. Mather, 1843. 

'* " 2d District J by Dr. Ebenezer Emmons, 1842. 

" " 8d District, by Lardner Vanuxem, 1842. 

" " 4<A i>i5<Wd, by James Hall, 1843. 

Part v — Agriculture: 

Vol. 1. Soils, Climate, S^c, by Dr. Ebenezer Emmons, 1846. 

Vol. 2. Anaiyses of Orains, results of Experiments, i^c, by Dr. 

Ebenezer Emmons, 1849. 

Vol. 3. Fruits (text), by Dr. Ebenezer Emmons, 1851. 

Vol. 4. " (plates),* by Dr. Ebenezer Emmons, 1861. 

Vol. 5. Entomology,^ by Dr. Ebenezer Emmons, 1854. 

Part vi — Paljeontolooy (to be completed in five volumes) : 

Vol. 1. Fossils ftojD Potsdam sandstone to Hudson river group, 

or lower Silurian rocks, by Prof. James Hall, 1847. 

Vol. 2. Fossils from Oneida conglomerate to Onondaga salt 

group ; and coraline limestone, by Prof. James Hall,. 1852. 
VoL 8. Fossils of lower Helderberg limestone, and Oriskany 
sandstone, by Prof. James Hall ( in press). 

A Geological Map : mounted on rollers, and colored. 



COURTS. 

Under the English colonial government, the courts consisted 
of a Court of Appeals^ composed of the governor and conncil, 
the Supreme Court, Court of Chancery, Court of Admiralty, 
Prerogative Court, Court of Common PleaSj Court of Sessions 
and Justice^ Courts, 

The governor and council were instructed by the crown to 
hear and determine appeals from any of the courts of common 
law, if the sum in suit exceeded £300 sterling. The decisions of 
such appeals were final; except that where the sum exceeded 
£500, a further appeal might be made, within fourteen days after 
decision, to the king in privy council, the appellant giving bonds 
for the payment of the costs and judgments that might attend 
the ultimate decision. 

The state constitutions of 17 VV and of 1821* constituted the 
president of the Senate, the senators, chancellor and judges 
of the Supreme Court, or a major part of them, a Court for the 
Trial of Impeachmeats and the Correction of JSrrors, The act 
organizing this court'* allowed sessions to be held during the ses- 

1 The plates of the whole edition of this yolume were colored. 

> Article xxxli. * Passed November 28^ 1784 

* Artid^ ^t seel. 



344 COURTS. 

uon of the Legislature, and at sncli other times and places ss 
might be ordered ; directed a seal to be prepared and a clerk to 
be appointed ; prescribed the manner of proceedings in impeach- 
ments ; gave to it the correction of errors arising in the Court of 
Chancery, Supreme Court, Court of Probates, and the Court 
of Admiralty, except in cases of captures ; limited the time of 
appeals, and prescribed general regulations concerning it. 

The Assembly had power to impeach all civil officers of the 
state for corrupt conduct in office. The judgment in impeach- 
ments was limited to removal and disqualification from office.* 

Under the constitution of 1846,' the Assembly has the power 
of impeachments, by the vote of a majority of all the members 
elected. The Court for the Trial of Impeachment consists of 
the president of the Senate, the senators and the judges of the 
Court of Appeals, or a major part of them. Two-thirds of its 
members must concur for a conviction. 

A court of law and equity, called the Court of Assize, was 
formed in 1674, and abolished in 1684. 

A Supreme Court of Judicature was established in the colony 
of New-York, by an ordinance of May 15, 1699, and continued 
through the colonial and state period till abolished by the con- 
stitution of 1846. It originally consisted of a chief justice and 
two puisne justices, who were separately commissioned and held 
their office during good behavior. Its powers were ample, eK- 
tending to all cases, civil and criminal, as fully as the King's 
Bench and Common Pleas at Westminster. JPrevious to ^e 
revolution it held quarterly sessions in New-York, and its judges 
performed a circuit through the counties, once annually, carrying 
a special commission of oyer and terminer and general jaU 
delivery, in which some of the county justices were joined. 
Licenses to practice in this court were granted by the governor, 
under his seal, after a stated collegiate course and three years* 
apprenticeship; or, whithout the former, after a seven years' 
service under an attorney. The Supreme Court had a clerk 
attendant at New-York, who was keeper of the records, and 
another who attended on the circuits. 

Upon organizing the ffovemment, in 1777, the powers of this 
court were retained without change, excepting that the words 
** The People of the State of New-York,**^ were substituted for 
^ The King," in all cases where the latter had been used. 

The duty of revising the laws in force, with notes and refer- 
ences, had been assigned in 1741 to Daniel Horsmanden, then a 



> OoniUtatloo, 1777, ■ee.AI; lb., 1621, art. t., seo. 2. 
• AilleUi vL, ud aet of M aj 12, 18a}. 



couBTS. 345 

justice in the Supreme Oonrt ; but thia, from his advanced age, 
was not performed. This is said to have caused the adoption of 
the principle, continued while the court existed, of limiting the 
tenure of office of the judges to the age of sixty years, to avoid 
the incontenienees that might result from the infirmiti^ of 
advanced age,* 

The times and places for holding the Supreme Court were 
formerly fixed by the governor, or by laws passed from time to 
time. Hie clerk's office was at New-Yor^ with a deputy at 
Albany,' until 1797, when the records wete removed to Albany, 
an additional clerk being appointed.' In 1808 a third office 
and clerk were authorized at Utica,^ and in 1829 a fourth at Can- 
andaigua,^ which was the next year removed to Oeneva** The 
number of judges of the Supreme Coilrt having been increased 
to five under &e first constitution, were reduced to three under 
that of 1821. The general terms were, during the latter years,^ 
held at Albany in January, at New-York in May, at Utica in 
July, and at Rochester in October of each year. 

Under the first constitution, the judges of this court held Circuit 
Courts in the several counties by virtue of special conmiissions, in 
which the localjudges were joined. 

In 1786* a Uourt of Exchequer^ was directed to be held by 
the junior justice of the Supreme Court, or in his absence one 
other of the puisne justices, at every term of that court, for de- 
termining all causes concerning fines, forfeitures, issues, amerce- 
ments and debts due to the people of the state, according to law 
and the course of the exchequer. A seal was directed to be 
made and a clerk to be appointed.^® This court was abolished by 
the general repealing act of December 10, 1828, which took effect 
January 1, 1830." 

The following is a list of the published reports of cases adjudi- 
cated in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and Correction 

1 Qoreraor Seward^s Historical Introdactton to Natural History of New- York, p. 65* 
s Act of April 7, 1785. • Act of February 27, 1829. 

* Act of March 10, 1797. • Act of March 80, 1880. 
« Act of April 4, 1807. ^ Act of April 80,1841. 

* Act for the better levying and accounting for fines, forfeitures, issues, ameroementa 

and debts due to the people of this state, passed February 9, 1786. 

* This court was organized in the colony in 1702. By an ordinance of the goremor 

and council, dated April 8, 1704, the Supreme Court was declared to have cogni- 
zance ** of all pleas, civil, criminal and mixed, and to hear, try and determine 
the same as fhlly and absolutely, to all intents and purposes, as her mt^esty's 
Court of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer in her mi^Jesty's king- 
dom at England.** Bee Bevised Laws, 1818, vol. 1, p. 400. 

10 William Popham was appointed clerk, July 17, 1786, ana continued till 1880. 

i> See chap. 10, UUe 4. sec. 16 of 3d part Bevised Statutes, vol. 2; also comptroller's 
report, 1880, p. 26. The duties formerly devolving on this court were transferred 
to the comptroller's office. 



346 CHIEF JUSTICES. 

of Errora, Aud in the Sapreme Court, under the fint and W« con- 
stitataouB : ' 

Oeo. Ciiiri, " Cuea In Court of Eiron and ImpeachmentB," 1810, 2 toIi. 
WiLbim JoaHioH, "Reporta in Sapreme Court uid Court of 

Erron," Feb., 1806, to Fob., 1823, 20 foIi. 

EaEK CowEM, " Raporta In Bupreme Coort and Conrt of JSnrora," 

from May, 1823, to Aug., 1828 8 toK 

John L. VlBsaKi,L, " Reports ia Supreme Conrt tnd Court of 

Erron," fVom May, 1828, to October, 1841, 26 toIi. 

NiCHOMB Hill, Jr., "Beporta in Sapremo Conrt uid Court of 

Errors," f^m Jsnnary, 1841, to Doc., 1844, 7 toIi. 

H[RiM Dewo, " Reporta in Bupreme Court and Conrt of Errors," 

tram M»y, 1846, to Mgy, 1847, 6 toIi. 

" Cases in the Court of Erron," 1840 to 1846, Appeals 12 loli. 

" Csaes in tbe Court of Erron," 1830 to 1846, Writs of Error, . . 14 rail. 
T. H. LiLOR, "Supplement to Hill and Denio's Reports," 1857,. 1 toL 

The foUowing is a list of the Judges of the Sapreme Court, from 
the revolution to the adoption of the couEtitntion of 1846 : 
Chixf Jcsticbb or the Sdfrbme Goubt, 



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COUBTS. 



The Court of Appeals, instituted by the constitation of 1846, 
lA composed of eight judges, of whom four are elected for eight 
years, and four are selected from the classes of justices of the 
Supreme Court having the shortest time to serve. Those elected 
are so classified that a vacancy occurs every two years ; and the 
judge elected by the people, having the shortest time to serve, is 
chief Judge of the court^ Four terms of this court are held 
annually at the capitol, in Albany, viz : On the first Tuesday of 
January, on the fourth Tuesday of March, on the third Tuesday 
in June and on the last Tuesday of September. These tenns 
continue as long as the public interests require, and additional 
terms may be appointed if necessary. This court has full power 
to correct and revise all decisions of the Supreme Court The 
judges of this court receive a salary of $2,500 each. * 

A clerk of the Court of Appeals, who is ex officio clerk of the 
Supreme Court, is elected for a term of three years, with a 
salary of $2,000. In his office, in the new State Hall at Albany, 
are deposited the records of the former Supreme Court and 
Court of Chancery. 

Judges of the Court of Appeals. 



Names. 

Freeborn G. Jewett (3 years),. 
Greene 0* Bronson (4 years),. 
Charles H. Baggies (6 years),. 
Addison Gardiner (8 years),.. 

Freeborn G. Jewett, 

Bamnel A. Foote,* 

Alexander B. Johnson, 

Charles H. Baffgles,^ 

Hiram Deniu,*. 

George H. Comstoek,*. 

Samuel L. Belden, 

Hiram Denio, 



Besidenoes. 

Bkaneateles,... 
New-York, .... 
Ponghkeepsle,. 

Bocbester, 

Bkaneateles, . . . 

Geneva, 

Albany, 

Ponghkeepsie,. 
UUcS,....™. 

Byracose, 

Bochester, 

Utica, 



Coanties. 

Onondaga,.., 
New-Yorlc,M, 
Dntchess,..., 

Monroe,. 

Onondaga,.M, 

Ontario, 

Albany, 

Dutchess,..., 

Onetda... 

Onondaga,.., 
Monroe....... 

Oneida,-...., 



Elected or App'd. 



June 
Jnno 
Jnne 
June 
Not. 
April 
Not. 
Not. 
June 
Not. 
Not. 
Not. 



7, 184T. 
7, 1847. 
7, IMT. 
7, 1M7. 

11, UU. 
4, 18B1. 
8,18Bli 



7, 186S. 

«»i»r. 



Clerks of the Court of Appeals. 



Names. 


Besidenees. 


Countiei. 


Eleet'dorAi^M. 


Charies B. Benton. 


HerUroer, 

DansriUe, 

DansTiUe,.. 


Herkimer, 

Llringston, 

Liriiigston, 


June 7. 18l7t 


Benjamin F. Harwood,^ 

BussellF.Htoks, 


Not. & ISBti 
Not. r, lOi 



Constitution, art 6, see. 8 ; Laws of 1847, j> 890. 

Those coming into offlee after AprO, 1867, reoeiTO tSiSOOu 

Appointed by goTemor, In place of Bronson, resigMa* 

Resigned August fiO, 1866. 

Appointed by goTcmor. Sleeted NoTember 8, 1868, in plaea oC Jewell, 

Bleoted NoTember 7, 1866, in plaoe of Boggles, nslgBed. 

J>ledatAUNwy,lfardi80,186«. ^^ 



C0UKT8. 349 

A Supreme Court, having general jurisdiction in law and equity, 
was created by the constitution of 1846/ which divided the state 
into eight judicial districts, of which the city of New-York was 
one. Four justices of the Supreme Court were to be elected iu 
each district, excepting in the district comprising New-York city, 
where a greater number might be elected. These justices weie 
to be classified, so that one should go out of office every two 
years. New elections were to be for a term of eight years. The 
justice in each district, not being a judge of the Court of Appeals, 
and having the shortest time to serve, is the presiding justice. 
The jurisdiction of this court is the same as that which had been 
enjoyed by the former Supreme Court and the Court of Chancery. 
A, general term is held in every county having a population over 
40,000, at least once a year, and in other counties (except Ham- 
ilton) once in two years, or as much oftener as the business of the 
county may require. At least two special terms are required tp 
be held annually in every county (except Hamilton), to hear and 
determine non-enumerated business in suits and proceedings at 
law ; and orders and proceedings in equity may be made at such 
special terms. All suits and procedings in equity are first re- 
quired to be heard and determined at a special term of said court, 
unless the presiding justice shall direct the same to be heard at a 
general term. 

At least two circuit courts are held annually in each county 
(except Hamilton), with the same powers and jurisdiction as 
enjoyed by the former circuit courts. 

A general term of the Supreme Court is held at the Capitol in 
Albany on the second day of January of every second year,* for 
the purpose of arranging and appointing the general and special 
terms of all the Circuit Courts and Courts of Oyer and Terminer, 
of assigning the business and duties of the justices, and revising 
the rules of the court. The several county clerks are clerks of 
the Supreme Court, and their seals are the seals of the court in 
their respective counties.® 

Judicial Districts, under the Act of May 8, 1847. 

I. City and county of New- York. 
II. Dutchess, Kings, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richnoond, 

Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester counties. 
III. Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schoharie, Sulli- 
van and Ulster counties. 

> Art 6. see. 8; act of May 12, 1847, In relation to theXudlolary. 

* If the second day is Sunday, it is held on the day sneeeedlng. 

* Constitntion, art. 6, sec. 19. 

30 



350 



COUETS. 



IV. Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Montgomeiy, 
St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren and 
Washington counties. 
V. Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, Onondaga and Oswego. 

VL Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Madi- 
son, Otsego, Schuyler, Tioga and Tompkins counties. 

Vn. Cayuga, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Steuben, 
Wayne and Yates counties. 
VHL Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauque, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, 
Orleans and Wyoming counties. 

Justices of the Supreme Court. 
First Judicial District, 



Names. 

Bamnel Jones (2 years), 

Elisha P. Harlbat (4 yearsV 

John W. Edmonds (6 years), ... 
Henry P. Edwards^ (8 years),.. . 

'William Mitchell 

James G. King. Jr.,^ 

James J. Koosevelt, 

Robert H. Morris > 

Thomas W. Gierke, 

Edward P. Cowles,* 

Henry E. Davies,* 

John K. Whltinjf 

Edward P. Cowles,' 

Daniel P. Ingrnham, 

Josiah Sutherland,^ 



New- 
New- 
New- 
NeW' 
New- 
New- 
New- 
New 
NeW' 
New 
New 
New 
New 
New 
New 



BesideDces. 

York city, 

•York city, 

•York city, 

■York city, 

■York city, 

■York city, 

•York city, 

•York city, 

•York city, 

-York city, 

•York city, 

-York city, 

-York city, 

-York city 

-York city, 



Elect'd or Applied. 



June 7, 1841. 

June T, 1847. 

June 7, 184T. 

June 7, 1S4T. 

November 8, 1849. 
January 1-4, IS&l. 
NoTeii)ber4, 1651. 
November 2, 1854. 
November 8, 1S58. 
March 10, isVi. 
November 6. IbW. 
November 6, ISTsV 
December 8, ISW. 
November 8, 1S.^T. 
November 8. IS&t- 



Second Judicial District, 



Names. 



Selah B. Strong (2 years), 

William T. McCoun (4 years),. .. 

Nathan B. Morse ^6 years\ 

Seward Barculo* (8 years), 

John W. Brown, 

Selah B Strong, 

William Rockwell,^ 

Gilbert Dean," 

James Emott, 

Lucian BIrdseye,* 

John W. Brown, 

John A. Lott,»» 



Residences. 



Setaaket, Suffolk county, 

Oyster Bay. Queens county, 

Brooklyn, Kings county, 

Poughkeepsle, Dutchess county,. 

Newburgh, Orange county, 

Setauket. Suffolk county, 

Brooklyn, Kings county, 

Poughki'epsie, Dutchess county,. 
Poughkerpsie, Dutchess county,. 

Brooklyn, Kings county, 

Newburgh, Orange county, 

Brooklyn, Kings county, 



Elected or Appned. 



June 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1847. 

Jane 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1847. 

November 6, li4». 
November 9, 18M. 
Novembers, 1858. 
June 86, lS5i 
November ft, 1856. 
AngQBt 18, 18S6. 
November 8, 1S57. 
November 8. 1fiB7. 



1 Died. 

* Appointed by governor, in place of Ilarlbat, resigned. 

* Elected in pursuance of an act passed April 16, 1852. 

* Appointed by govemon v. Edwards, deceased. 

* Contested by Edward P. Cowles. 

* Appointed by governor, in place of Morris, deceased. 
^ Elected for six yean, in place of Roneevelt. 

* Appointed by governor, in place of Barculo, deceased. 

* Appointed by governor, in place of Rockwell, decenaed. 
** Efeoted for four jean, in ptioe of Birdseje. 



COUBTS. 



351 



Third Judicial District 



Names. 



liam B. Wright (2 years),.. .. 

Harris (4 years), 

booo AVatson (o years) 

asa J. Parker (8 years), 

jam B. Wright, 

Harris, 

bone Watson,* 

rge Gould, 

dutus Wright^ 

try llogeboom 

liam B. Wright,* 



Residences. 



Montioello. Sullivan county,. . . . . 

Albany. A Ibany county, 

CatsliUl, Greene county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Kingston, Ulster county, 

Albany, Albany county, 

Catskill, Greene county, 

Troy, Rensselaer county, 

Albany, Albuny county, 

Hudson, Columbia county, 

Kingston, Ulster county, 



Elect'd or AppHed. 



Jnne 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1847. 

November 6, 1849. 
November 4, 1661. 
Novembers, 1868. 
November 6, 1866. 
April 20, 1867. 
Novembers, 1867. 
Novembers, 1867. 



Fourth Judicial District. 




Names. 


Residences. 


Elected or App'ted. 


liel Cad v C2 vears^ 


Johnstown, Fulton county, 

Schenectady, Schenectady co.,. . . 
Saratoga Spring Saratoga co., . . 
Elizabethtown. Essex county, .... 

Johnstown, Fulton county, 

Salem, Washington county, 

Ogdensburgh, St Lawrence co.,. 
Saratoga S >rings, Saratoga co., . . 
Schenectady, Schenectady co.,. . . 
Glens Falls. Warren county,.... 
Schenectady, Schenectady co.,. . . 


June 7. 1847. 


izo C Paige (4 years), 

n Willard (6 years), 

rustus C- Hand (8 years), .... 
liel Cady 


June 7, 1847. 
June 7, 1847. 
.June 7, 1847. 
November 6, 1849. 


aeliusL. Allen,.... 

aziah B. James, 


November 4, 1861. 
November 8, 1868. 


iistas Bockes.^ 


January 1. 1866. 


Dzo C. Paisre. 


November 6, 1866. 


•ch 11. Rosekrans 


November 6, 1866. 


.t Potter, 


November 8, 1867. 



Fifth Judicial District. 



Names. 


Residences. 


Elect'd or AppHed. 


ricfl Grav (% vears^ 


Herkimer, Herkimer county, . . . 

Syracuse, Onondaga county, 

Utica. Oneida countv 


June 7. 1847. 


liel Pratt (A years) 


June 7, 1847. 


lo Gridley f 6 years) 


•June 7, 1847. 


liam F. Allon (8 years), 

derick W. Hubbard, 


Oswego, Oswego county, 

Watertown, Jefferson county, .... 

Syracuse, Onondaga county, 

Utica. Oneida countv 


Juno 7, 1847. 
November 6. 1S49. 


liel Pratt, 


November 4, 1861. 


liam J. Bacon, 


November 8, 1868. 


liam F. Allen 


Oswego, Osweso county, 

Watertown, Jefferson county, .... 


November 6. 1866* 


jph Mullin, 


November 8, 1867. 







Sixth Judicial District. 



Names. 



liam H. Shankland (2 years)) 

im Gray (4 years), 

ries Mason (6 year.-*) 

n B. Morehouse* (% years),.. 

liam 11. Shankland,. 

inus Monson,* 

am Gray, 

rles Mason, 

isom Balconi, 

liam W. Campbell, 



Residences. 



Cortland Village, Cortland co.,. 

Elmira, Chemung county, , 

Hamilton, Madison county, ...... 

Cooperstown, Otsego county, . . . , 
Cortland Village, Cortland co.,.. 

Hobart, Delaware county, 

Elmira, Chemung county, 

Hamilton, Madison county, 

Binghamton, Broome county,... 
Cooperstown, Otsego county, 



Elect'd or App^ted. 



June 7, 1847. 

.lune 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1847. 

Novembers, 1849 
January 2, 1860. 
November 4, 1851. 
Novembers, 1858. 
November 6, 1866. 
Novembers, 1867. 



Died. 

Appointed by governor, v. Watson, dee. 

Elected for 4 years, r. Watson, deceased. 



* Appointed by governor, v. Cady, resigned. 
B Appointed by governor, v. Morehouse, 
deceased. 



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352 



COURTS. 



Seventh Judicial District, 



Names. 

Thomas A. Johnson (2 years),.. 

John Maynard (4 years^, 

Henry Welles (6 years), 

Samuel L. Selden (8 years), 

Thomas A. Johnson, 

Henry W . Taylor,^ 

Theron B. Strong, 

Henry Welles, 

K. Darwin Smith 

Thomas A. Johnson, 



Beridences. 

Coming, Stenben county, 

Auburn, Cayuga county, 

Penn Yan, Yates county, 

Bochester, Monroe county, . . . 

Corning, Steuben county, 

Canandalgua. Ontario county, 
Bochester, Monroe county, . . . 

Penn Yan, Yates county, 

Bochester, Monroe county,.. . 
Corning, Steuben county, 



£1ect*d or Appted. 



June 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1847. 

June 7, 1647. 

June 7, 1347. 

November 6, 1849. 
March 27, 1850. 
November 4, 1851. 
November 8, 1853. 
November 6, 1855. 
November 8. 1857. 



Eighth Judicial District, 



Names. 


Besldences. 


Elect'd or AppUed. 


James G. Hoyt (2 years), 

James Mullett (4 years), 

Sclh E. Sill C6 years') 


Attica, Wyoming county, 

Buffalo. £rie countv 


June 7, 1847. 
June 7, 1847. 


Buflblo £rle county 


June 7, 1S47. 


Bichard P. Marvin (8 years),.. . . 

James G. Hoyt 

Moses Taeeert,* 


Jamestown, Chautauque co...... 

Attica, Wyoming county, 

Buffalo. £rie county 


June 7, 1847. 
November 6, 1849. 
Sept. 27, 1S5I. 
November 4, 1851. 
December 8, 1S58. 


James Mullett, 

Levi F. Bowen,* 


Buffalo, Erie county, 

Lockport, Niagara county, 

Buffalo. Erie countv. 


Benlamln F. Green 


Novembers. 1858. 


Bichard P. Marvin, 


Jamestown, Chautauque co...... 

Albion. Orleans countv 


November 6, 1855. 


Noah Davis, Jr..* 


May 18, 1857. 
Novembers, 1857. 


Martin Grover,^ 


Angelica, Allegany county, 



COUBT OF ChANOEBT. 

This Court was established by an ordinance dated August 28, 
1701, without the sanction of the General Assembly, who pro- 
tested against its being organized without their consent, declared 
it illegal, and in the protracted controversies subsequently held 
with the governor, who acted as chancellor, they made it a 
prominent subject of complaint. Some governors, from this 
cause, were unwilling to hold the court, while the venality and 
ignorance of others led to extraordinary delays and fruitless ex- 
pense, to the great annoyance of the public generally, and par- 
ticularly to those who were compelled to resort to it for justice. 
Its officers, besides the chancellor, were two masters, two clerks, 
an examiner, a register and a sergeant-at-arms. 

This court was continued until abolished by the constitution of 
1846. The office of reporter was introduced by Judge Kent, and 
the published reports of this court fill 27 volumes, viz : 

William Johnson, from March, 1814, to July, 1828, 7 vols. 

Samuel Miles Hopkins, from September. 1823, to Januarv. 
1826. '' 



1 TOl. 



» Appointed by eovemor, v, Maynard, deceased. 

» Appointed by governor, t>. 8III, deeeased. E'ected for 8 yean, November, 1851. 

« Appo nted by governor, t>. Hoyt, resigned. Elected for 4 years, November, \WU 

1 Appointed by governor, t>. Mullett. 

* Elected Ibr 8 yean. 



COURTS. 353 

Alonzo C. Paige, from April, 1828, to May, 1848, 11 vols. 

Oliykr L. Barbour, from August, 1815, to June, 1848, 3 vols. 

Charles Edwards, 1833-1813, before William T. McCoun, vice- 
chancellor 8 vols. 

Murray Hoppman, 1839, 1810, before M. Hoffman, assistant 
vice-chancellor, 1 vol. 

Charles L. Clarke, before Frederick Whittlesey, vice-chancellor, 

8th circuit, '. 1 vol. 

The judges of this court, and masters and examiners in Chan- 
cery, were appointed by the governor and council, until 1822, 
and from that date to 1846 by the governor and Senate. In 
1823 there were 510 masters and 25 examiners.^ In 1846 there 
were 188 of the former and 168 of the latter.' 

An act passed January 28, 1831, directed a vice-chancellor, 
with the same tenure of oflSce as the circuit judges, and another 
act, of March 27, 1839, directed an assistant vice-chancellor to 
be appointed in the first judicial district. By an act of March 
27, 1839, a vice-chancellor was directed to be appointed in the 
eighth district. In the other districts, the circuit judges acted 
as vice-chancellors. 

This court was abolished by the constitution of 1846, its papers 
being transferred to the office of th^ clerk of the Court of Ap- 
peals. 

Chancellors, 

Robert Bu Livingston' (appointed by convention), ... .. May 8, 1777 

John Lansing, Jr. (appointed by governor and council,) October 21, 1801 
James Kent " ** " . . October 25, 1814 

Nathan Sanford (appointed by governor and Senate),. . August 1, 1823 
Samuel Jones " ** *' ,, January 24, 1826 

Reuben H. Walworth " " ** . . April 22, 1828 

Vice- Chancellors — 1st Circuit 

William T. McCoun, March 16, 1831 

Lewis H. Sanford {v. McCoun, aged 60), May 12, 1846 

Assistant Vice- Chancellors — 1*^ Circuit 

Murray Hoffman, April 15, 1839 

Lewis H. Sanford, March 11, 1843 

Anthony L. Robertson,* May 12, 1846 

Vice- Chancellor — Sth Circuit, 
Frederick Whittlesey (Rochester), April 16, 1839 

» Carter, Rtone & Gould's Reports of Constitutional Debates, p. 162. 
' ConvemJon Documents, lS4rt, No. 41. 

• Commlsaioned Oct«>ber 17, 1777. Doubts haviner arisen whether his oflflce had not 

been vacated by acceptance of the office of ' secretary of foreign affairs " under 
Congress (which he soon resigned), he was re-elected chancellor, June 27, 1788. 

* Duties to commence 1846, after October 1. 



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354 CODETS. 

Court op Admiralty. 

Tliis court, under the colony, had a judge, register and marshal, 
with maritime jurisdiction, as well in New-York as in New Jersey 
and Connecticut. The last judge of the court, under the crown, 
was Lewis Morris. Its powers were continued in the state govern- 
ment, and an act was passed, February 14, 1787, defining its juris- 
diction, by declaring " that the Court of Admiralty shall not 
meddle or hold plea of anything done within this state, but only 
of things done upon the sea, as it hath been formerly used.' 
The provincial convention tendered the office of "judge of the 
High Court of Admiralty" to Richard Morris^ who declined 
acceptance, and Lewis Graham^ was appointed. 

John McKesson was appointed register, and Rohtrt Bensm 
marshal and provost marshal, July 31, 1776. 

On the adoption of the federal constitution, in 1789, the 
powers of this court were surrendered to the general government, 
and have since been exercised by the district courts of the United 
States. 

Collection of Foreign Duties. 

In accordance with the independent character conferred upon 
the state, by the articles of confederation, a tariff upon foreign 
importations was laid by the state in 1784, and on the 22d of 
March John Lamb was appointed collector of the port of New- 
York, and John Gelston collector at Sag Harbor. Their duties 
ceased upon the transfer of their powers to the general govern- 
ment in 1789. 

Circuit Court. 

This court was created by the constitution of 1821, and 
abolished by that of 1846. The former directed the division of 
the state into districts, not exceeding eight, and the appointment, 
by the governor and Senate, of a judge in each, with the same 
tenure of office as the justices of the Supreme Court at chambers; 
and in the trials joined in the Supreme Court and in Courts of 
Oyer and Terminer and jail delivery, equity powers might be 
vested in circuit judges, subject to the appellate jurisdiction of the 
chancellor. 

By an act of April 17, 1823, the state was divided into eight 
judicial districts, corresponding to the senatorial districts, and no 

* July 81, 1776. Declined acceptance. Angrut S. 
' AugostS X776. Commissioned, February 17, 1778. 



COURTS — CIECOIT JUDGES. 



355 



nges were made, during the continuance of this court. At 
it two Circuit Courts, and Courts of Oyer and Terminer and 
eral jail delivery, were required to be held annually in each 
nty, and once in each year such courts were directed to be held 

a justice of the Supreme Court in the counties of New- 
rk, Albany and Oneida. Each of the circuit judges was to 
►oint a clerk for the Court of Equity, to be held by each judge, 
pectively, who was to perform all the duties of a register of 
I court ; and a seal was ordered to be prepared, which was to 
used by the clerks in all equity proceedings.* Uniform rules 
I regulations were to be established, subject to such modifica- 
is as a majority of the judges might adopt ; and the method 
living notice of courts and of holding circuit courts was defined 
statute.' 
rhe following is a list of the judges successively appointed to 

several circuits, by the governor and Senate, during the con- 
lance of this court : 

Circuit Judges. 
Mrst Circuit, 



Names. 


Residences. 


Counties. 


Date of AppointmH 


'en Edwards 


New- York 

New-York, 

New- York, 


New-York, 

New- York, 

New- York, 


April 81, 1828. 
August 17, 1841. 
Februa'ylS, 1846. 


Iliam Kent 


in W. Edmonds 



Second Circuit, 



Names. 


Residences. 


Counties. 


Date of AppointmH 


nuel R. Betts. 


Newburgh, 

Poiighkecpsie,. .. 
Poughkeepsie, . . . 


Oranere 


April 21, 1828. 
February 21, 1821. 
March 9, 1881. 
March 27. 1846. 


nes Emott, 


Dutchess, 

Dutchess, 


arles H. Ruggles, 

ah B. Strong, 


ff&rd Barculo, 


Poughkeepsie,... 


Dutchess, 


April 4. 1846. 





Names. 



Iliam Ducr, 

nes Vandorpoel, 
in P. Cnshnian 
lasa J. Parker,. 



Third Circuit, 



Residences. 



Albany, 

1 roy,. ... . . . • . 

Albany, . , 




Albany, 

Rensselaer, 
Albany, 



Date of AppointmH 



April 21, 1828. 
January 12, 1880. 
February 9, 1888. 
March 6, 1844. 



This seal, of which we give an engraving, was deposited in the secretary's oflSoe, 
under the certificate of the circuit Ju<lgos, May 24, 1823. See official seals, page 
15, 8ocret.nr\ '<< office. 

Eevised Statutes. 3d edition, pjirt 8, chapter 1, title 4. 



356 



CIRCUIT JUDGES. 



Fourth Circuit, 



Names. 


Kesidences. 


Counties. 


Date of Appointm't 


Kotibcn ir. Walworth. 


Plattsburgh 

Saratoga Springs. 
Saratoga Springs. 


Clinton, 


April 21, 182.3. 
April 22, 182S. 
Septemb'rS, 1S86. 


Esek Oowou 

John Willard, 


Saratoga, 

Saratoga, 



Fifth Circuit. 



Names. 


Besidences. 


Connties. 


DateofAppointmn 


Nathan Williams 


Uticsi, 

Utica, 


Oneida • 


April 81, 1828. 
April 12, 1884. 
May 7, 1884. 
April 18, 1888. 
July 17, ISSa 


Samuel Beardslev 


Oneida 


Illrara Denio 


Utica, 


Oneida, 

Jefferson, 

Oneida, 


Isaac II. Bronson 


Watertown, 

Utica, 


Philo Gridley 



Sixth Circuit, 



Names. 


Eesidences. 


Counties. 


Date of Appointmn 


Samuel Nelson 


Cooperstown, 

Greene, 


Otsego, 


AprU 21, 1828. 
Februaryll, 1581. 


Kobert Monell 


Chenango, 

Chemung, 


Hiram Gray, . . 


Elmira, 


January 18, 184& 



Seventh Circuit, 



Names. 


Residences. 


Counties. 


Date of Appointmt 


Enos T. Throop, 


Auburn 


Cayuga, 

Onondaga, 

Ontario 


April 81, 1828. 
January 1«, 1829. 
April 7, 1344. 


Daniel Moseley, 

Bowen Whiting 


Onondaga Hill,.. 
Geneva 



Eighth Circuit, 



Namxs. 


Residences. 


Connties. 


Date of Appolntmn 


William B. Rochester, 

Albert TI. Tracv 


Angelica, 

Buffalo 


Allegany, 

Erie, 


April 81, 1^8* 
Mjirch 86, ISiC- 
AprU 18, 18S6- 
Septeiii'r89, 1829- 
February •, 1888- 
FebruaiTSS. 1S38> 


John Birdsal 


MayvlUe, 

Ilochcster, 

War-aw 

Lookport. 


Chautauque, 

Monroe, 


Addison Gardner, 


John B. Skinner, 

Nathan T)ayton 


(then) Genesee,.. 
Niagara. 



COUNTY COURTS. 357 



County Courts. 

The Court of Common Pleas was established in New- York by 
the governor and council, May 15, 1699, and generally had three 
judges who had cognizance of causes above £5. With some of 
the justices, they held at the same time a court of general sessions 
of the peace,* the records being kept by the county clerk. These 
courts were continued without materisd change till the adoption 
of the constitution of 1821, being held by the judges and assist- 
ant justices of the several counties. Originally the number of 
judges and assistant justices was variable, being in some counties 
as great as twelve of each. An act passed March 27, 1818, 
abolished the office of the latter, and limited the number of the 
former to five, including the first judge. Under the constitution 
of 1821 there were five judges of the Common Picas appointed in 
each county, of whom one was designated as first judge. 

The constitution of 1846* directs the election in each county, 
except New-York, of a county judge for the term of four years, 
who, with two justices of the peace, designated by law, may hold 
courts of sessions, with power to hear, try and determine all cases 
formerly cognizable by courts of common pleas in the several 
counties. In actions of debt, assumpsit and covenant, the sum 
in suit may not exceed $2,000 ; in cases of trespass and personal 
injury, $500 ; and in replevin suits, $1,000. They have equity 
jurisdiction for the foreclosure of mortgages, for the sale of the 
real estate of infants, for partition of lands, for admeasurement 
of dower, for the satisfaction of judgments where over $75 is 
due on an unsatisfied execution, and for the care and custody of 
lunatics and habitual dmnkards. In the smaller counties the 
judge performs the duties of surrogate. Where the county popu- 
lation exceeds 40,000, a separate officer may be elected as surro- 
gate. Surrogates' courts are held as the public interest may 
require in the several counties. 

1 The Court of Sessions was instituted by law, November 1, 16S3, and afterwards by 

ordinance, May 15, 1699. 
3 Article 6, section 14. 



358 



FIRST JUDGES OF COUNTY COURTS. 



FIRST JUDGES OF COUNTY COURTS. 

Under the first constitution, these officers were appointed by 
the council of appointment, and held their office during good 
behavior, or until sixty years of age. 

They could hold no other office excepting that of senator or 
delegate to the General Congress. 

Under the late constitution,' they were appointed by the gov- 
ernor and Senate for a term of five years ; under the present, 
there is elected, quadrennially, a county judge in each county 
excepting New-York. In counties with a population not exceed- 
ing 40,000, this officer acts also as surrogate. His duties are 
defined by the constitution, and his salary is fixed by the board 
of supervisors, and cannot be increased or diminished during his 
term. In the following table, where the same person has held by 
virtue of successive elections or appointments, the date only of 
the first is given, and the last mentioned person is the present 
incumbent. 

Albany County, 



Names. 



Volkert P. Douw,« 

Abram Ten Broeck, 

Leonard Oansvoort, 

John Tayler, 

Nicholas N. Quackenbusb, 

David McCarty, 

Charles D. Cooper, 

Jacob Ten Eyck, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Jan. 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

Jan'y 

March 

March 

June 



6, 1778. 
26, 1781. 
19, 1794. 

7, 1797. 
18, 1808. 
18, 1804. 
29, 1806. 

8, 1807. 



Names. 



Apollos Moore, 

James L'Amoreaux, . . . . 

Samuel Cheever, 

Jacob Lansing, 

Peter Gausevoort, 

William Parmelee, 

Albert D. Eobinson 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



June 

March 

March 

May 

April 

June, 



6, 1812. 
15,1828. 
12,1888. 

17, \m. 

I7,l&tf. 
1M7. 



Allegany County, 



Philip Church,... 

John Griffin, 

Andrew C IIull,. 
Eansom Lloyd, . . . 



June 8, 1S07. 

Jan'y 24,1828. 

April 26,1888. 

April 18, 1838. 



Samuel C. Wilson, . 
William G. Angel,'... 
Lucian P. Witherby,* . 



i^ucian r. *v uiieroy,- . . . «oveinucr, iw 
John G. Collins,' November, 1856. 



November, 1851. 



April 18,1848. 
June, 184T. 

November, 1961. 



Broome County 



John Patterson, . 
James Stoddard, 
Stephen Muck,.. 
John R. Drake, . 
Tracy Robinson. 



April 
May 

Nov. 
April 
Jan'y 



2,1806. 
81, 18«'9. 

9. 1812. 

S, 1S15. 
81, 1823. 



William Sevmour, . . . , 
Edward C. Kattel,'.. 
John R. Dickinson,'. 
Horace S. Griswold,' 



April 12, 1848. 
June. 184T. 

November, 1851. 
November. 1865. 



Cattaraugus County, 



Timothy H. P« irter, ... . 

James Adkins, 

Alanson Leavenworth, . 
Bei\jarain Chamberlain, 



March 28, 1817. 
June 1, 1820. 
Jan'y 26,1828. 
Feb'y 15,1888. 



Rensselaer Lamb," 
Chester Howe,' . . . 
Nelson Cobb,' 



June, 1847. 

November, 19B1. 
November. ISiS. 



1 Constitution of 1822, article 6, section 14. 

* Appointed by provincial convention ; commissioned January 6, ITTd. 

* Judge and surrogate. 



FIBST JDDOES OP COUNTY • C0UBT8. 



359 



Cayuga County. 



Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Seth Phelps 


March 14, 1799. 
Feb'y 26, ISlo. 
March 13, 1817. 
Jan'y 81, 18f!8. 


•loseph L. Richarddon,.. 

John P. Hulbert 

George Humphrey, 


Jan'y 8, 1827. 


Walter Wood 


Jun*-, 1847. 


EliJih Miller 


N' vember, 1861. 


Gershom Powers, 





Chautauque County, 



2tettxi Gushing, 

Elial T. Foote, 

Thomas A.. Osbom, 



June 4,1811. 
Jan'y 24,1324. 
April 8, 1848. 



Thomas B. Campbell, 

Abner Lewis, 

Selden Marvin, 



Chemung County, 



Joseph L. Darling, I Mmj 4, IS-Se. 

James Dunn, ! Jan'y 24, 1S24. 



Joseph L. Darling, 
John W. Wisner,! 



Isaac Foot, 

Joel Thompson,.. 
Obadiah German, 

James Glapp, 

Uri Tracy, 

John Tracy, 



Bdward Antill,. 
Charles PlaU, . . 
Peter Sailly,. .. 
William Bailey, 
Pliny Moore, . . . 
EliHba Arnold, . 
Nathan Carver, 



May 
June, 



4, 1846. 
1847. 



Aaron KonlchV '••• 
Israel S Thurst ui,i 
Theodore North, 1 .. 



Chenango County 



Oct. 

June 

March 

March 

July 

Feb'y 



30, 1800. 

8, 1807. 
16, 1814. 
27, 1819. 

8, 1S19. 

6, 1S23. 



Smith M. Purdy, ... 

Levi Bigelow, 

Roswell fJudsou, ..., 
Smith M. Pnrdy.i .. 
Roswell Jud^on,* . . 
Dwight H. Clarke,' 



Clinton County, 



Feb'y 

April 

March 

Feb'y 

July 

Jan'y 



17S9. 

2, 1797. 

2, \^{A 
18, 1S06. 
19, 1807. 

8, 1819 
22, 1823. 



John Lynde, 

John Palmer, 

William F. Ilaile, .... 
William Heddlng. .... 

Lemuel Stets -n ' 

Thomas B. Wateon,». 
Perry G. Ellsworth,' . 



March 24.1845. 
June. 1847. 

November, 1855. 



Nov. 25, 1850. 
November 1850. 
November, 1850. 



Jan'y 11, 1888. 
Feb'y 13, 1888. 
Feb'y 18, 1848. 
Jnne, 1847. 

November, 1*51. 
November, 1855. 



Feb'y 

Jan'y 

April 

March 

Jnne, 



18. 1327. 
10, I'^a. 

1, 1S3T. 

2,1848. 
1847. 



November, 1?5I. 
November, 1S55. 



Peter Van Ness,. 
Nathan Oreen, . . 

Jacob Ford 

William Willson, 
John J. Miller,... 



John Keep, 

William Mallerv,. 
Joseph Reynolds, 
Henry Stevens,... 



Columbia County, 



April 18, 1786. 
March 18, 1795. 
March 12, 1796. 
Julv 2, 18«)4. 
April 8, 1815. 



Daniel B. Cady 

Abraham P. II old ridge, 

Julius Wilcoxson 

John T Hogeboom,.... 
Darius Peck, 



Cortland County, 



April 8, 1810. 
Jan'y 31, 182.3. 
March 9, 1883. 
May 17, 1883. 



Daniel Hawkes,*.., 
Lewis Kingsley,' . . . 
R. Holland DueII,i. 



Cumberland County,^ 

Peltiah Fitch, August 18, 1778. 



Feb'y 18, 1840. 
April 28, 1S41. 
May 2, 1846. 
June, 1847. 

November, 1855. 



June, 1847. 

Novmober, 1851. 
November, 1855. 



1 Judge and surrogate. 
• Now in Vermont. 



■ Appointed by governor. 



360 



FIRST JUDGES OF COUNTY COURTS. 



Delaware County. 



Named. 



•Toshiia H. T5r«'tt . 
KbeiU'ZtT Foot, . . 

Isanc Ogdoii 

KbeneziT Fool . . 
Jabcz Bostwick,. . 



Ephraim Paine,' 

Zephaniah Piatt, 

David Brooks, 

Jobn Johnston, 

James Emott 

Maturing Livingston,. 
Daniel U. VerpTanck, . 
Edmund II. Pendleton, 



Samuel Wllkeson,. 
EbeJiezer Wald<-n, 
Thomas i\ Love,.. 
Philander Bennett, 
James Stryker, . . . . 
Joseph Clay 

Daniel Ko's, . ... 

Dean Ed»on, 

Keuben Whallon, . 
Wolcott Tyrrell,... 



Ebcnezer Brownson, . 
George 11. Harrison,. 

Joshua Nichols, 

Hiram Hort'>n, 

Ebenezer Brownson, . 
Benjamin Clark 

Donald Mclntyre 

MarccUust WesUm, . . . 
John Wells* 

Joseph Ellicott 

Ezra Piatt, 

John H. Jones, . ... 

John Z. Ross 

WUliam H. Tlsdale,.. 
laaao Wilson, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 

March 2'), 17.»T 
March 'Je, 1>1:>. 
March 2«, IS'fi. 
Fel)'y in, lS-2:?. 
Jau'y 22, 1S30. 



Names. 



Cliarles TIalhnway.. 

Nelson K Wheeler 

Ktlwin Moor«',» 

WiMinin Gleason. Jr. '. 
Jesse Palmir,» 



When Appointeil 
or Elected. 



Dutchess County, 



Jan'y 

June 

Nov. 

June 

April 

Feb'y 

March 

Jan'y 



80, 1778. 

28, 17S1. 

24 1795. 

5, 1807. 

8, 1817. 

8, 1823. 

11, 1828 

16, 1880. 



Joseph I. Jackson,. 
Seward Barculo, . . . 
Abraiiam liockce,.. 

John KoM'ley 

John Rowley, 

Egbert Q. Eldridgc, 
Homer A. Nelson, . 



Feb'v 12, 1840- 
Feb'y 12, 1&48. 
June, IWl 

Noyemb r, 1&51. 
November, 1^ 



Jan'y 20, 1S40. 
March 5, 184S. 
April 8, 1848. 
May 12, 1646. 
June, 1$4T' 

November, IKl. 
November, lii56. 



Erie County, 



Nov. 

Feb'y 

April 

April 

July 

Jan'y 



10. 1^20. 

1, 1828. 

4, 1S2:*. 

8, 1S29. 

16, 1887. 

15, 1S41. 



Nathan K. Hall 

Frederick P. Stevens,. 
Frederick P. Stevens.. 

Jesse Walker 

James Sheldon,' 



Jan'y 26, 1841. 
Jan'y 17, 1W5. 
Jane, 1847. 

November, 1661. 
SepU 27, 1»1 



Essex County, 



Nov. 10, l«i(.0. 

Jan'y 22 H23. 

Feb'y 2, 1>81. 

April IS, 1S8S. 



Henry H. Ross,'.. 
John K. McVine,' 
Robert S. Hale,' . . 



June. 1S4T 

Novon ber, 1848- 
November, l!** 



Franklin County, 



Feb'y 21, lSfi9. 
April 7. 1814. 
March 28, 1815. 
Nov. 10, 1S2". 
Jan'v 81, 18i8. 
March 19, 1825. 



Witiiam Hogan, 

Roswell Bates, , 

Henry B. Smith 

Joseph U Flanders,', 

John Hutton ' , 

George S. Adama,' .. 



Fulton County, 



Jan'y 17, 1840. 
Jan'y 17. 1845 
June, 1847. 



Nathan J. Johnson,' ', 
John Stewart,! 



March 25. 1829. 
April 1. 1S87. 
Feb'y 24, 1S«I. 
June, 1^1 

November, 1^1. 
Novembor, 1SQ6* 



Dec., 10, I860. 
November, 1686< 



Oenesee County, 



March 

Jane 

June 

Feb'y 

Jan'y 

Feb'y 



32, 


1806 


9. 


18<»7. 


10, 


1812. 


10, 


1828. 


IS, 


1827. 


2, 


1880. 



Phinehas L. Tracy, 
Edgar C. Dibble,.. 
Horace IT. 8oper,» . 
Edgar C. Dibble,'.. 
JosTiua L. Brown,*. 



Jan'y 88; 1M1. 
Feb'y 6, 1841 
Jnne, \9/0» 

November, Ittt 
November, 1861. 



1 Jndffo and inrrogate. 

* Betigned, Jannary 80, 1781. 



* Appointed by govemor ; eleetad at 
genttid eleetton. 



FIBST JUDGES OK COUNTY COUKTS. 



361 



Greene County, 



Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Names* 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Leonard Bronk, 


Marcli 29, 1800. 
April 8, 1810. 
June 19, 1818 
Feb'y 1, 1821. 
April 19, 1828. 


Perkins King, 


March 20, 1888. 


Garret AboeL 


Lyman Tremain.i 

Alexander 11. Hailev,i ^ 
F. James Fitch," a 


June. 1R47. 


If O0C8 I Cantine, 

John V. D. S. bcott, 

Dorranoe KirUand, 


March 19, la^G. 
November, 1805. 



Hamilton County, 



Richard Peck I Feb'y 28, 18^'^. 

John Dunham,! jqqc 19, ] 847. 



Richard Peek,' 

Cyrus H. Brownell,*..., 



Henrr Staring, 

Jedediah Sanger, 

John Meyer, 

Svans W harry, 

David V. W. Golden, . . 

Nathan Smith, 

David Holt, 

Henry Brown, 



Aagnstus Sacket, . . 

Mosa Kent, 

Ab"! Cole, 

Egbert Ten Eyck, . 
Calv'n McKnight,. 



Nicholas Covenhoven, . 
Johannes E. Lot', . . . . , 

William Furman, 

Lcfft*rt Lefferts, 

Peter Rndcliff, 

John Dikeman, 

Nathan B. Morse, 



Daniel Kelly, .... 
Jonathan Co lins, . 

dflas Stow 

Edward Bancroft, 



Moee4 Hayden, 

Charles H. Carroll, . . 
Hezekiah D. Mason,. 



PoCer Smith, 

Jiwtin Dwinnell, . . . 
James B. Eldredge, 
John B. Tates, 



Herkimer County, 



Feb'y 17, 
March 8, 
Oct. 80, 
March 18, 
March 27, 
April 7, 
Jan'y 10, 
Feb'y 8, 



1791. 
1797. 
1.S00. 
1805. 
1810. 
1814. 
1821. 
1828, 



Hiram Nolton, 

Michael Hoffman, . . , 
Nathaniel 8. Benton,. 
Arphaxod Loom is, . . 
Amna 0. H. Smith, ., 

Ezra Graves, 

Ezra Graves,* , 

Robert Earl,» 



Jeferson County, 



Feb'y 26, 1807. 
Feb'y 26, 1810. 
Feb'y 26, 1818. 
Nov. 14, 1820. 
Jan'y 24, 1829. 



Thomas Chittenden,. 

Calvin Skinner, 

Robert Lansing, 

William C Thompson, . 



Kings County. 



March 2P, 

June 11, 

Feb'y 28, 

Feb'y 10, 

Feb'y 21, 

April 21, 

April 30, 



1786. 
1793. 
1808. 
182.3. 
1827. 
1880. 
1888. 



John E. Lott 

John Greenwood, . . . 
John Vanderbilt, . . . . 
William Rockwell, .. 
Samuel E. Johnson,' 
Henry A. Moore,.... 
Samuel D. Morris, . . 



- Lewis County, 

March 29, 1806. H John W. Martin, . . . . 

June 1, 1809 \ Francis Seger, 

Juno 27, 1815. [ Francis Seger,' 

Jan'y d4, 1828. 11 Edwurd A. Brown. > 

Livingston County, 



March 28, 18*21. 
Feb'y 1, 1823. 
April 8, 1829. 



WillardH. Smith,. 

Scott Lord,* 

George Hastings,* . 



Madison County. 



June 10, 1807. 
Feb'y 7, 1828. 
March 16, 1888. 
March 16, 1887. 



Thomas Barlow, . . . 

James W.Nye,* 

Sidney T. Holmes,* 



November, 1851. 
November, 1866. 



March 28, 

March 21, 

April 8, 

March 28, 

Jan'y 24, 

Jan'y 24, 
Junts 
November, 



182B. 
1880. 
1888. 
1886. 
1840. 
1846. 
1866. 
1666. 



Feb'y 28, 1840. 
April 1, 1846. 
June, 1847. 

November, li361; 



April 18, 1888. 
Jan'y 27, 1848. 
May 1, 1844. 
June, 1847. 

Oct. 28, 1848. 
November, 1S51. 
November, 1856.' 



March 16, 1888. 
April 9, 1848. 
.Tune, 1847. 

November, 1866b 



f March 24, 1882. 
June, 1847. 

November, 1866. 



Jan*y 24, 184& 
June, 184r. 

November, 1861.' 



* Judge and surrogate. 

* Bailey appointee «. Tremain, resigned. Fitch appointed v. Bailey, resigned. 

* Mr. Johnson claimed to have been elected and the circuit court decided in liii'ATsr 

October 28, 1848, and that Mr. Rockwell was not elected. 

31 



362 



FIRST JUDOSS OF COUVTT COUBT8. 



M(mroe County, 



Ifamea. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Elltha B. Strong, 
Ashley Sampson, 
Moses Chapin... 
Samuel T^ Selden, 



March 5, 1S21. 
Feb'y 7, 1S2S. 
Feb'y 2, lS2rt. 
Feb'y 25, 1881. 



Aahley Sampson, ' March 25, 1887. 



Names. 



' When Appointea 
or Elected. 



Patrick 6. Bnchan.... . JaD*y 81, 18M. 

i Patrick Q. Bacban Jane, 18(7. 

Harvey llnmpbrey, • November, Ittl. 

Oe«rge 6. Monger, ....\ Norember, ISSft. 



"I 



Montgomery County, 



Jacob SHock, 

Jell is Fonda 

Frederick Fisher,. 
Abraham Amdt... 
BImon Yeeder,.... 
John McCarthy,... 



Feb*y 2, 1778. 
March 22, 1784. 
March 27, 1787. 
Jan'y 24, 1801. 
Jan'y 28, 1802. 
March 2, 1809. 



Alexander Sheldon,.... 

Aaron llaring, 

Abraham Morrell^ 

PhinehNS Bandall, 

John Darrow, 

Samuel Belding, Jr.,'.. 



March 8, 181S. 

FebY 9, ISli 

Feb'7 28. ISA 

Jan'7 12, 1841. 

Feb*7 Id, 1841. 

June, 184T. 



New-York^ — {^Court of Common Pleads.) 

John T. Irving, 1 March 6, 1821. Q Michael UIscIioefKfr,....| March 80^ 1888. 



Augostus Porter, . . 

Samuel Tupper 

William Hotchklfls, 

Silas Hopkins, 

Robert Fleming,... 
Nathan Dayton, .. 
Washington Hunt,. 



Niagara County, 



March 26, 1808. 
May 27, 1812. 
Feb»y 2ft, 1818. 
Feb'y 8, 1828. 
April 22, 1828 
March 18, 1888. 
Jan'y 80, 1886. 



Ellas Bansom^. , 

Jonathan L. woods, . . , 

Hiram Qardner,* , 

Levi F. Bowen,* , 

Ellas Bainom,^ * , 

Alfred UolmctB, , 



J«n*7 19, 1841. 
AprU 29, 1841. 
Jnne, 184T. 

November, IffiL 
Dee. 11, 188L 
November, 18BT. 



Jedediah Sanger, 

Monris S. Miller, 

Samuel Beardsley, 

Deary B. Storrs, 



SeCh Pbeipe . . 

Beoben Humphrey, 

Dan Bradley 

Joehna Forman 

Nehemiah H. Earll 

SMQiiel L. Edwards,.... 



Oliver Phelps, 

TImothv Hosmer,. 

John Nicholas, 

Nattiaatel W. Howell,... 

OHirer Phelps, 

Bowea Whiting, 

J. Folger, 



Oneida County, 

March 22, 1798. II Chester Hayden,. . 
March ft, 1810. Fortune C. White, 
Nov. 22, 1824. P.Sheldon Boot,.. 
March 9, 182ft. |1 P.Sheldon Boot,.. 



Onondaga County, 



March 14, 1794. 
July 8, 1804. 
June 8, 1807. 
March 21, 1811. 
Feb'y 1, 1828. 
April 80, 1881. 



Grove Lawrenee, .. .. 

Daniel Pratt, 

James B. Lawrence,. 
Israel 8. Spenoer,.... 
Bichard Wool worth, . . 



Ontario County, 



May 

Oct. 

Jaii*y 27, 
March 18, 
April 80, 
July 17, 
May 7, 



5, 1789. 
5, 1798. 
" 1806. 

1819. 

1888. 

1888. 

1844. 



E. Fitch Smith, 

Mark H. Sibley,' 

Charies J. Folger....... 

Peter Bf. Doz. 

John M. Bndlbrd,^.... 
Henry W. Taylor, 



Jan*y 5, 1880> 
Feb'y 2, 1S4& 
Feb*y 21, 18«i 
Norember, 18Bt 



Feb^ 88,1888. 
Fefy 28, 1841. 
Jane, 184T. 

November, ISM 
November, 1804 



Feb^ 10,1845. 
June, 1847. 

November, 18Bt. 
NoTomber, 18Hb 
Marrh 18, 1M 
tar,1iS 



' Judge and sarrogate. 

' toodal eoorts have exiiled In this city, which are not wtthta ov HmUi to 

* i^fointed by fOTemor. Bleoted at next eleotion. 

* Appolntod by goremor. 



raurr judges of coontt codbts. 



sea 



HamM. 



Orange County, 



iariim;, 

n Tbompson, 
I H. White... 
1 8. Seward,. 
L O. Fowler,. 
) W. EUiutt, . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Jan'y 21, 1T78. 
March 12, 1788. 
Jane 8, 1807. 
Feb'y 12, 1828. 
March 27, 1888. 
Sept 8, 1886. 



Namet. 



I 



Qoldamiih Denniston, . . 

Allen M. Sherman, 

Davi'l W. Bate, 

John O. Wilkin 

Bei^amin F. Dnryea, . . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



April M, 1841. 
Sept 1, 1846. 
Jane. 1847. 

NoTember, 1801. 
NoTember, 18Mk 



Foot, 

Ward 

Aufferine, 

Din JU B«nao,.... 



Mooney,..., 

h'ant, Jr., 

nrrill , 

P. Brewster, 
1 B. Lndlow,. 



Orleans County, 



April 22, 1825. 
Feb*y 10, 1880. 
Jan'y 27, \MQ, 
FebV 7, 1844. 



James GUson...... 

Henry K. Cartis,*, 
Gideon Hard,».... 



Oswego County, 



March 21, 1816. 
June 1, 1820. 
April 2, 1828. 
April 15, 1888. 
May 11, 1841. 



OrlaH. Whitney, 

Oria H. Whllney,» 

Bansom H. Tyler,» 

Sylvester C. Unntinflrton,! 



Jan*y 10, WA, 
Jane, 1347. 

NoTember, 1800. 



May 11, 1841. 

Jane, 1847. 

NoTerober, 1851. 
NoTember, 1885* 



n Cooper,, 
i White,.. 
;. Morris, . 
) Morell,.. 
O. Morse, 



Otsego County, 



Feb'y 

Oct. 

Feb'y 

Jan'y 

June 



17, 1791. 
29, 1800. 
10, 1828. 
20, 1827. 
27, 1682. 



Jabez D. Hammond, . 
Charles C. Noble,.... 

James Hyde, 

Samuel 8. Bowne,... 
LeviC. Turner, 



Jan*y 28, 1888. 
Feb>y 1, 1848. 
June, 1847. 

November, 1851. 
November, I860. 



n Bamam, 
Garrison,., 
icic Stone, , 
UBoyd, ... 



Putnam County, 



June 18, 1812. 

April 24, 1818. 

Feb'y 25, 1829. 

AprU 27, 1S88. 



Robert B. Parrott,. 
Azor B. Crane,! . . . 
Ambrose Ryder, * . . 



Feb*y 28, 1848. 
Jane, 1847. 

November, 1851. 



]<1oyd, 

nin Coe, , 

W. Seaman,.... 

>ann, Jr., 

Iiam Lawrence, 

Lent, 

nin W. Strong,. 



Queen^s County, 



Feb'y 14, 
March 5, 
March 18, 
Jan'y 26, 
April 28, 
Feb'y 5, 
April 8, 



1784. 
1798. 
1806. 
1809. 
1818. 
1828. 
1884. 



David S. Jones, 

Henry L Hagner, , 

Isaac E. Haviiand,...., 

Henry I. Hagnor.^ 

Wm. .J. Cogswell,! *, .. 

Morris Fosdtcic,! 

Ellas J. Beach, ... . . . . 



Jan*y 17. 1840. 
April 18, 1848. 
March 6, 1848. 
Jane, 1847. 

Sept. 7, 1849. 
November, IS'49. 
November, 1857. 



avTen Eycic, 

I Wo«>dworth, 

L. Hogeboom, 

Masters, 

Bntrl, Jr., 



Rensselaer County, 



Feb'y 18, 1791. 
March 9, 1808. 
March 19. 1S05. 
March 10, 1808. 
Feb'y 7, 1828. 



Harmon Knickerbaeker, 

George B. Davis, 

Charles C. Parmelee,... 
Archiba'd Bull, 



Feb'y 8, 1828. 
March 17, 1888. 
Jane, 1847* 

November, 1866. 



Kige and surrogate. 



* Appointed by govemw. 



364 



FIBST JUDGES OF COUNTY COUBTS. 



John Snffem, 

Jnmes Perry, 

Samuel Go«tchiu8,. 



Nathan Ford, 

David A. Ojjden,. . . . 
Aaron llackley, Jr.,, 
John Fine, 



John Thompson,.. 

Salmon Child 

James Thompson,. 
Samuel Young,... 



GcrritS. Vecder,... 
Oardner Cleveland, 

David Boyd, 

Samuel W. .Jones,. . 
Archibald L. Linn, . 



William Beekman,. 
John C. Wriffht, . . . 
(Carles Goodyear,. . 



Richmond County, 



Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Paul Michcau. 


April 34, 1786. 
April 1, 1797. 
Oct 5, 1808. 
March 16, 1822. 


Henry B. Metcalfe, 

William Emerson, 

Albert Ward 


Jan'y 31. 1840. 
May 18, 184U 
March 16^ IML 
June, 184?. 


0< isen Kvers. 


John Oarretson, 


Jacob Tyson, 


Henry B. Metcalfe,^ 



Rockland County, 



March 21, 1798. 
March 26, 1806 
March 1, 1816. 



Edward Suffem, . . . 
William F Eraser,* 
Edward Pye,» 



St, Latorence County, 

March 6, 1802. || Horace Allen, 

Jan'y 10, 1821. H .lohn Fine 

Jan'y 21, 1828 Edwin Dodge, 

Nov. 21, 1824. y WUliam C. Brown,. 



Saratoga County, 



Feb'y 17, 1791. 
March 20, lSit9. 
June 16, 181S. 
AprU 80, 1888. 



Thomas J. Marvin, . 

Austin Bockes. 

Joseph A. Corey,* . . 
James D. McKean, , 



Schenectady County, 



March 11,1809. 
May 25. 1812. 
Feb'y 6, 1828. 
Jan'y 81,1885. 
Jan'y 17,1840. 



Samnel W. Jones, . . . , 
Samuel W. Jones,* . . . 
Stephen II. Johnson,* . 
John Sanders,* 



Schoharie County, 



June 10, 1795. 
April 18,1883. 
Feb'y 9, 1848. 



Demosthenes Lawyer,*, 
Lyman Sandford,* , 



Jnne 1, 1820. 
June, 1847. 

November, 1855. 



April 18, 1883. 
Feb'y 16, \m. 
June, 1817. 

November, 1855. 



Fcb'y 18, 1S88. 
June, 1847. 

Fcb'y 6, 18NL 
November, 1854> 



Fcb'y 10, W&, 
June, 1847. 

November, 1861. 
November, 18S9» 



June, 1847. 

November, lS6Si 



Schuyler County, 

Simeon S. Bood,* November, 1854. 



Seneca County, 



Ck>melias Humphrey,. . . . 

Bei^amin Pelton, 

Oliver C Comstock, 

John Knox 

John McLean, Jr., 

Charles Williamson, 

William Kersey, 

James Faulkner, 

Thomas McBumey, 

James Norton, 

George C Edwards, 



April 2, 1804. 

May, 81, 1809. 

May, 27, IBLOl 

April 15,1815. 

June 18, 1818. 



Luther F. Stevens, . . 

Jesse Clark, 

J. K. Richardson,* . , 
John £. Seeley,* . . . . 
Sterling 6. Hadley,* , 



Steuben County, 



March 

Jan'y 

Feb'y 

April 

Feb'y 

Jan'y 



81, 1796 
29, 1808. 
16,1804. 
15, 1816. 
7, li*28. 
18, 1826. 



Ziba A. Leland, 

Jacob Larroue, 

William M. Hawley,. 
David McMasters,* . . 

Jacob Larroue,* 

David McMasters,^.. 



Jan'y 80, 188S. 
March l»,188l. 
June, 1847t 

November, 18ftL 
November, ISSBk 



Jan*y 9, i888i 
April 17, tSOi 
Jan'y 80,1841 
June, 1847 

NovembM*, 185L 
Novefflbor, ISafti 



Judge and surrogate. 



Appointed by governor. 



FBEtST JUDGES OF COUNTY COUBTS. 



365 



Suffolk County, 



Names. 



Belah Stronr 

Ebenezer PIhU, 

Abraham Wondhnll, . 
Thomas S. Strong, . . . . 

Nathaniel Potter 

Jonathan S. Gonklia, . 



William A Thompson, . 
Livingston Billinn, . . . 

Alphevis Dimmick, 

Gabriel W. Lndlow,. . . 
WDllam GUlespie, 

Abram Miller 

John Patterson, 

John Miller, 

Emaoaei Coryell, 

Gamaliel IT. Barstow, . . . 
8ilas Hopkins, 

Oliver C. Gomstodc, 

Uiobard Smith, 

Andrew D . W. Bmyn, . . . 
Amasa Dana, 

Levi Pauling,* 

Dirck Wynkoop, 

Nathan Smitli, 

JonathaM Hasbrouck,.... 

Jam(>8 Oliver, 

'William A. Thompson, . 

John Trempcr, . 

Laeas Elmendorf, 

William Kobards, 

Halsey Rogers, 

Bilas Hopkins, 

John W. Paddock, 

Beth C. Baldwin, 

William Dner, 

Alexander Webster, 

Ebcnezer Bussell, 

Ebenezer Clark, 

Anthony I. Blanchard,.. 
John L. Wendell, i 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Namet. 



Feb»y 

June 

Oct 

March 

Feb'y 

April 



11, 1784. 
10, 1798. 
20, 1600. 
15, 1810. 

7, 1S28. 

2, 1828. 



Hugh Halsey, 

Abraham T. Rose,* 

WiHIam P. Buffett,* .... 
Abraham T Rose,* * . . . . 

George Miller,! « 

f. Lawrence Bmith,!.... 



Sullivan County, 



June 

Feb'y 

Fcb'y 

Jan*y 

July 



Feb'y 

March 

April 

March 

June 

Feb'y 



1,18 9. 

5, 1S28. 

8, 18i6. 
20,1830. 
17, 18». 



James C Curtis, . . . 
Alpheus Diinmlck,* 
Wescott Wilkin, »... 
Henry K. Liw.» . . . . 



• • • • 



Tioga County. 

17, 1791. fl Grant P. Baldwin,. 
27, 1798. John R. Drake, ... 

8, 1807. Stephen Strong, . . . 
•81, 1810. I Alanson Munger, . 
22, 1818. Charies P. Avory,» 

8, 1828. B Stephen StroBg,^ . . 



Tompkins County^ 



April 10, 1817. 
June 10, 1818. 
Jsn'y IS. \^i'^. 
March 16, 1887. 



Henry D. Bnrto, 

Alfred Wells,» 

Douglass Bnrdman,! . , 
Samuel p. Wis«er,i ., 



Ulster County^ 



Jan'y 

March 

March 

April 

March 

April 

Feb'y 

Mardi 



15, in8. 
12, 1788. 
11, 1798. 

17, 179S. 
9, 1799. 
2, 1805. 

18, 1810. 
22, 1815. 



Jonathan Dubois, 

Abraham D. Soper, . . . . 

John Van Bnren, 

James C Forsyth, 

James O. Linderman,.. 
James 0. Linderman,.. 
Nicholas R. Graham,. . . 



Warren County, 



March 19, 1818. 
April 8, 1S20 
Feb'y 8, 1828. 
March 20, 1827. 
Feb'y 1, 1832. 



Hiram Barber,..., 
Hal»ey R. Wing,. , 
E. H. Roeekrans,* , 
Orange Ferris,*... 



Washington County, 



Jan'y 

June 

March 

March 

March 

Feb'y 



80, 177P. 

8, 17S6. 

17, 17Sa 

12, 180O. 

12, 1810. 

5, 1828. 



Roswell Weston,. 

John Willard 

John McLean, . . . 

Martin Lee, 

Junius Gil>M>n.... 
A. Dallas Wait,.. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



> Judge and surrogate. 

* Appointed by oMinance of convention. May 8, 1777. 



Feb'y 28, 1888. 
Jnne, 1847. 

November, 1851. 
November, 185S. 
April 18, 1867. 
November, 1857. 



Jan'y 6, 1844. 
June, 1847. 

November, 1851. 
November, 1866. 



Feb'y 5, 1828. 
March 27,1888. 
April IS, 1888. 
Feb'y 2, 1848. 
June, 1847. 
November, I860. 


Feb'y 18, 1848. 
June, 1847. 
November, 1851. 
November, 1866. 


March 24, 1821. 
April 2, 1828. 
Jan'y 21, 188«. 
Jan'y 19, 1841. 
April 17, 1848. 
tfune, 1847. 
November, 1855. 



Feb'y 8, 1887. 
Jan'y 81, 1845. 
June, 1847. 

November, 1861. 



April 22, 1826. 
Feb'y 18, 1888. 
March 18, 1886. 
June, 1847. 

November, 1861. 
November, 1866w 



366 



FIRST JUDGES — DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



Wayne County, 



Names. 



John W. Ilallott 

Alexander R. Tiffany, 

Wniiain Sisson 

Hiram K. Jerome,. . . . 



When Appointed 
i or Elected. 

April 19, 1825. 
March 25, 1827. 
Jan'y 3'>, 188!>. 
Jan'y .29, 1840. 



Names. 



Oliver H. Palmer, 

William H. Adams, ... 
George; II. MlddleUm,^. 
Leander S. Ketchum,^.. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Westchester County, 



Lewis Morris.' 

Robert Graham, 

Stephen Ward, 

Ebenezer Lockwood, . . . . 
Jonathan G. Tompkins,. 

Ebenezer Purdy 

Jonathan G. Tompkins,. 
El'Oah Lee, 



Feb'y 

May 

M:irch 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 



Jan'y 



17, 1778. 
6, 17S4. 

15, 1791. 

16, 1798. 
23, 1797. 
... 179S 
20, 1802. 



John Watfs, 

Caleb Tompkins, 

William Jay, 

Caleb Tomnkins, 

Robert S. rtart, 

Albert Lockwood, 

John W Mills 

William H. Robertson,. 



Wyoming County, 



Paul Richards,., 
John B. Skinner, . 
W. Riley Smlth,i , 



May 25, 1841 
May 25, 1346. 
June, 1S47. 



Marvin Trail,* , 

Harlow L. Comstock,* 



Yates County, 



Wiliam M Oliver,.. . 
Bamuel S. Ellsworth,, . 

Cornelius Masten, 

William M Oliver, 



Feb'y 12. 1823. 
March 81, 1R2S 
Jnn'y 30, InS:^. 
Feb'y 13. 1S8S. 



Andrew Oliver,...., 
Andrew Oliver, *... 
•John L. Lewis,'. .. 
William 8. Brigrgs,* 



April 12, 1848. 
M.ay 12. 1348. 
June, 1S47. 

Novi-mbcr, 1851. 



March 29, 18W. 
June 8, l»fl7. 
June 7, 1821 
Feb'y 10, 1928. 
March 27, 184<>. 
June, 1847. 

November. 1S)I. 
November, 1855. 



November, 18M. 
November, 1S55. 



Jan'y 13, 1S44. 
June, . 1847. 
November. IS^l- 
November 1S55 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



By an act passed Febniary 12, 1796, the state was divided 
into seven district in each of which an Assistant Attorney- General 
was to be appointed by the governor and council, to hold 
during their pleasure, and perform the duties previously required 
of the attorney-general and his deputy. The following is a list 
of the persons appointed in each district : 

Suffolk, Qtieens, Kings, Richmond and Westchester Counties, 

Nathaniel Lawrence, February 16, 1796 

Cadwallader B. Golden, January 16, 1798 

Orange, Dutchess and Ulster Counties. 

Jacob Radcliff, February 23, 1796 

Cbenrad Edmond Elmendorph, January 27, 1798 

Columbia and JRenssela^r Counties, 
Ambrose Spencer February 28, 1796 

> Jndge and rarrogate. 

* Appointed by oonvention, May 8, 177T. He WM not commlMloned. 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



367 



Washington and Clinton Counties, 
AnlhoDy I. Blanchard, March 12, 1796 

Albany, Saratoga, Schoharie and Mo^itgomery Counties, 

Abraham Van Vechten, February 16, 1796 

George Metcalfe, February 16, 1797 

Tioga, Onondaga, Ontario and Steuben Counties, 

William Stuart, March 31, 1796 

Nathaniel W. Howell, Fobiuary 9, 1799 

Otsego and Herkimer Counties. 
Thomas R. Gold February 26, 1797 

In New- York county the attorney-general officiated personally. 

In 1801, the office of D'mtrict Attorney was created, the state 
being divided, as before, into seven districts, and subsequently 
several new ones were formed, as follows : 

New 'York (till 1815), Suffolk, Queens, Kings, Richmond and 

Westchester (till 1813) Counties, 

[District formed April 4, 1301.1 



Names. 



Richard Riker, 

Cadwallader D. Golden, 

Richard Riker, 

Thomas S. Lester, ... . , 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



August 19, 1801 

February 13, 1810 

February 19, 1811 

April 8, 1815 



Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Ulster and Delaware Counties, 

[ District formed April 4, 1801. ] 
Coenrad Edmond Elracndorph, 



Smith Thompson, 
Lucas Elmendorf,. 
Raudall 8. Street, 
Samuel Hawkins,. 
Qoorge Bloom,. . . . 



1801 

August 19, 1801 
October, 28, 1801 
February 9, 1810 
February 15, 1811 
February 13, 1815 



Q-reene, Columbia and Rensselaer Counties, 

[ District formed April 4, 1801. ] 

Ebenezer Foot, 

Moses I. Cantine, 

John V. D. 8. Scott, 

Moses I. Cantine, 

Thomas P. Grosvenor, 

Moses I. Cantine, 



August 

March 

March 

February 

April 



13, 1801 
5, 1805 

10, 1806 
8, 1808 
8, 1810 



February 15, 1811 



368 



DISTRICT ATTORNT2Y8. 



Washington^ Essex, Clinton, St. Lawrence (1802 to 8), Franklin 
(1808), and Warren (1813) Counties. 



I District formed ApHl 4, 1801. ] 



Names. 



Anthony J. Blanchard,, 

John Russell, 

John Savage, 

Roger Skinner,. , 

John Savac^e, 

Jesse L. Billings, 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



1801 

April 8, 1803 

April 6, 1806 

June 7, 1811 

August 11, 1812 
February 13, 1815 



Albany, Saratoga, Montgomery, Schoharie and Scltenectadj/ 

Counties (1809). 

[ District formed April 4^ 1801. ] 

George Metcalfe, 

Daniel L. Van Antwerp, March 16, 1811 

Daniel Cady, February 28, 1813 

Richard M. Livingston, February 16, 1816 



Otsego, Herkimer, Oneida, Chenango, Madison (1806), Letois 
and Jefferson (1805 to 8) Counties, 

[District formed April 4^ 1801. 



Kathan Williams,. . . . , 
Joseph Eirkland,. . . . . 
Thomas H. Hubbard, < 



August 20, 1801 
February 23. 1818 
February 26, 1816 



Tioga, Onondaga, Cayuga, Ontario, Steuben, Allegany (1806), 
Broome (1806 to 17), Seneca (1804 to 17), Genesee (1802 to 
13), Niagara (1808 to 13), Chautauqua (1808 to 13), and 
Cattaraugus (1808) Counties. 



William Stuart . . 
Daniel W. Lewis, 
William Stuart,., 
Daniel Cruger,.,. 



[ District formed April 4, 1801. ] 



March 2, 1802 

March 9, 1810 

February 12, 1811 

April 17, 1816 



Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrevux Counties, 



Samuel Whittlesey, 
Amos Benedict, . . . . 
Samuel Whittlesey,, 
Amos Benedict, ..., 
£la Collins, 



[ District formed March 11, 1808. ] 



April 6, 1806 

Februftry 9, 1810 

February 12, 1811 

March 8, 1818 

March IS, 1816 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 369 



Chenango^ Madison, Cortland (till 18 1 7), Onondaga and Cayuga 

Counties, 



[ District formed March 29, 1S09. ] 




Names. 


When Appointed Gt 
Elected. 


Nathaniel Kins.. 


March 30. 1809 


Daniel £ellogs. 


February 28, 1818 
April 17, 1816 


Joseph L. Richardson, 



Seneca, Ontario, Genesee, Niagara and Chautauque Counties, 

[ District formed March 12, 1818. ] 
John C. Spencer, | February 13, 1816 



Westchester, JSockland and Putnam Counties, 

[ District fbrmed March 12, 1818. ] 
WiUiam Nelson, | July 10, 1816 



New 'York County, 

[ District formed March 24, 1815. ] 

John Rodman, i March 31, 1816 

Hugh Maxwell, I January 28, 1817 



Seneca, Tompkins, Cortland and Broome Counties, 

i District formed April 15, 181T. ] 
David Woodcock, | April 15, 1817 



On the 21st of April, 1818, each county was made a separate 
district. Under the constitution of 1822, district attorneys 
were appointed by the Court of General Sessions in each county, 
and since 1846 they have been elected. In the following list, the 
dates before 1822 are those of appointment; between 1822 and 
1846, of first oath of oflBce, and since 1846, of election. In 
about one-third of the counties, the dates between 1822 and 
1846 are from unoflScial data, and in several instances wanting. 



370 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



Albany County, 



Names. 



Daniel L. Van Antwerp, 

Samuel A. Foot 

Benjamin F. Butler,. ... , 
Edward Livingston, . . . . 
Rufus W. Peckham,. . . . . 

Henry G. Wheaton, 

Edwin C. Litchfield,.... 

Andrew J. Colvin, 

Samuel H. Hammond,.. . 

Andrew J. Colvin, 

Hamilton Harris, 

Samuel Q. Courtney, . . . . 



When Appoink-d or 
Elected. 



June 

July 

February 

June 

March 

March 

March 

March 

June, 

November, 

November, 

November, 



11, 1818 

8, 1819 

19, 1821 

14, 1825 

27, 1838 

30, 1841 

80, 1844 

21, 1846 

1847 

1850 

1853 

1856 



James Cochran, 

Samuel S. Haight,. . . . 

John Cooke, < 

George Miles, 

Alexander H. Biven, . . , 

Wilkes Angel, 

Marshall B. Champlin,. 
Lucien P. Wetherby,. 
Lucien P. Wetherby,. . 
Augfustus L. Davison,., 
William A. Stewart,.. . . 
Hamiltou Ward, 



Allegany County, 



April 17, 1820 

November 13, 1820 

1827 

1886 

1841 

1848 

1845 



; 



John A. Collier, 

Thomas G. Waterman,, 

Mason Whiting, 

Peter Robinson 

Mason Whiting, 

Joseph S. Bosworth,. . , 

Hamilton Collier 

Ausburn Birdsall,.... 

Luther Badger,. , 

Jacob Morris, 

Francis B. Smith, 

George A. Northrup, . . 



Broome County. 



June, 
November, 
November, 
November, 



June 

February 

April 

May 

November 



1847 
1850 
1853 
1856 



{ 



December 

February 

June, 

November 

November, 

November, 



11, 1818 
25, 182S 
10, 1828 
20, 1828 
80, 1881 
.. 18871 

1, 1887 

12, 1842 
1847 

28, 1841 
1861 
18U 



A.Gibbs, 

James Burt, 

Daniel R. Wheeler,. 
William P. Angel,. 
William H. Wood,. 



Cattaraugui Cou/nty, 



Alexander Shelden, November, 



William P. Angel, 



i8n 

18* 
November, 1819 



Mfr 



November, 1819 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



371 



Cayuga County. 



Names. 



I L. Richardson, 

*orter 

are Spencer, .... 
id L. Smith,. ... 
3l S. Myers,.... 
n Robinson, .... 
I Sherwood, . . . . 
ser W. Anns,. . .. 
3reM. Pomeroy,, 
)u Giles 



Chautauque County, 



G. Gurnsey,, 
Mullett, Jr., 
1 A. Brown, . 

Wait, 

Mann, 

HazelLine, . . 
Sherman, . . . 
: Barker,. . . . 
?. Smith,... 



¥K. Gregg, 

V K. Greig, 

Gray, 

irlos Woodcock, . 

a North, 

P. Brooks, 

J P. Hart, 

1 Qninn, 

aid Robertson,. . 
»n B. Tomlinson,. 



Q. Throop, . . 

irk, 

. Clark,..;.. 

Monell, 

.rk 

'lapp, 

M. Smith,. . 

0. Reynolds, 

M. Smith,. . 
M[. Banks,... 

H.Clarke,.. 
. Newton, . . . . 



Chemung County, 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



June 
February 



Chenango County, 



January 

January 

January 

June 

June, 

November, 

November, 



11, 1818 

14, 1821 

... 1828 

21, 1832 

25, 1888 

27, 1841 

8, 1844 

1847 

1850 

1856 



June 


11, 


1818 


February 


14, 


1826 


February 


16, 


1828 


June 


30, 


1838 


October 


22, 


1841 


June, 




1847 


November, 




1850 


November, 




1863 


November, 




1856 


July, 




1886 


April 


14, 


1838 


April 


22, 


1841 


July 


21, 


1841 


July 


9. 


1844 


January 


14, 


1845 


June, 




1847 


November, 




1850 


December 


6, 


1855 


November, 




1856 



June 11, 1818 

April 11, 1822 

October, 1823 

18271 

18281 

18361 

18411 

18431 



June, 

November, 

November, 



1847 
1850 
1858 



372 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



Clinton County, 



NameS' 



John Palmer, , 

J. Douglass Woodward, 

Lemuel Stetson 

Lorenzo D. Brock, 

Thomas Armstrong, 

Jesse Gay, 

Charles E. Everest, 



Joseph D. Monell, . . . . 

Thomas Bay, 

Julius C. Wilcoxson,. . 
Josiah Sutherland, Jr.,, 

Theodore Miller, 

Robert 0. Andrews,. . . . 

John C. Newkirk 

William A. Porter/.... 
David S. Cowles,> 



Columbia County. 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



June 

Januarv 

January 

January 

Noveiuber, 

November, 

November, 



June 

July 

March 

October 

March 

June, 

November, 

November, 

October 



11, 1818 

1, 1882 

1, 1838 

1, 1844 

1850 

1868 

1866 



11, 1818 

9, 1819 

30, 1821 

19, 1832 

4,1848 

1847 

1860 

1853 

6,1866 



Cortland County. 



Aug .fitus A. Donnoley,. 

Edward C. Reed, 

William H. Shankland,.. 

Horatio Ballard, 

Auo^ustus S. Ballard,.. . , 

R. Holland Duel V 

Edward C. Reed,* 

Abram P. Smith, 



February 13, 1819 

*.... 18271 

18361 

1882 

1M7 

1860 

, 1856 

1856 



J une, 
November, 
January 
November, 



Delaware County, 



William H.Eltin?,... 

John B. Spencer, 

Selah R. Hobbie, 

Noadiah Johnson,.... 

Amasa J. Parker, 

Samuel Gordon, 

NeUoD E. Wheeler,. . . 
James A. Hughston,. . 
Truman H. Wheeler,., 
Amasa J. Ten Broeck,. 
William Murray, Jr.,.. 

Robert Parker,'. 

John Grant, 



Juno 

February 

November 

June 

December 

December 

December 

December 

December 

June, 

November, 

November, 

November, 



11, 1818 

18, 1821 
11, 1828 
n, 1827 
10, 1883 
17, 1836 
17, 1839 

19, 18iS 
9, 1846 

18g 
18Al 
1868 
18U 



1 i^pointed «. P<Hl«r, resigned ; elected * Appointed «. Doell, mtgned. 
In November. * Besigned. 



DISTRICT ATTOENETS. 



373 



Dutchess County, 



Names. 



e Bloom, 

Rugsjles, 

Is A. Livingston, 
2u Cleveland,. . . 
e A. Slmfeldt, . , 

Swift, 

m £no, 

1 T. Lee,* 

Emott, Jr.,^, .. 
IS C. Campbell,. 
Voodell, 



Erie County, 



1 B. Potter, 

IS C. Love, , 

) P. Barker, 

K. Smith, 

W. Rogers, , 

Dn G. Havens, . . . . 

) P. Barker, 

nin H. Austin,. . ., 
s H. S. Williams,, 

3. Talcott,' 

Sawin, . .. . 

M. Humphrey, . . , 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



Juno 11, 1818 
July 8, 1819 
Februarv 14, 1821 

; . . . . 18291 

18861 

1843'? 

;...... 18467 

June, 1847 

February 8, 1849 
November, 1849 
November, 1855 



February 13, 1819 
18291 



June, 

November, 

December 

November, 

November, 



, 18861 

. 18381 

. 18411 

. 18441 

. . 18461 

1847 

1850 

8, 186^ 

1853 

1856 



Essex County, 

Hascall, ; June 11, 1818 

:dson, March 3, 1821 

B. McNeil, , October 2, 1828 

ir Stow, , April 11, 1838 

T. Clough, , September 24, 1844 



d S. Shumwav, 
P. Butler, 



November, 1860 
April 12, 1862 



Chase, November, 



Franklin County, 



iscall, 

H. Jackson,, 
iscall 



1 A. Wheeler,, 

B. Parmelee,, 

A. Paddock,. , 

H. Payne, . . . 



June 



1866 



13, 1818 
.. 18411 
. . 184il 






June, 184T 

April 12, 1850 

November, 1863 
November, 1866 



Dinted c. Lee, deceased. 
32 



* Appointed «. If nUams. 



374 



DISTRICT AITOBNETS. 



Fulton County, 



Names. 



John W. Cady, 

Clark 8. Grinnell,..., 
Thomas L. Wakefield, 

William Wait, 

John H. H. Frisbee, . 
James W. Dudley, . . . 
John S. Enos, 



Wlien Appointed ir 
Elected. 



January 20, 18^ 
AprU 10, 1846 

June, 1847 

November, 1849 
November, 1852 
May 3, 1858. 

November, 1868* 



Daniel D. Brown,... 
Heman J. Bodfield,. . 

Levi Rumse, 

David H. Chandler,., 
Isaac A. Verplanck,. 
John H. Martindale,. 

Moses Taggart 

John H. Martindale,. 

8eth Wakeman, 

George Bowen, 



Genesee County, 



June 11, 1818 

February 14, 1821 

18291 

18881 

18411 

184jn 

184C1 

1847 
1850 
1856 



June, 

November, 

November, 



Alexander Eraser,. 
Erastus Barnes,... 

Lewis Benton, 

Malbone Watson, . . 
Lucius Robinson,.. 
Danforth E. Olney, 
Lyman Tremain, . . . 
Bufus W.Watson,. 
Danforth K. Olney,. 
Peleg C. Mattoon,. , 
John A. Griswold,. 



€heene County, 



\\ 



June 22, 1818 

February 15, 1821 

18271 

18821 

18881 

18401 

18461 

1847 
1860 
1858 
1856 



June, 
November, 
November, 
November, 



G. Batrie Parbut, 

Isaac I. Vanderwarker,. 

Oynis H. Brownell 

Bamuel B. Salisbury,. . 

Eichard Peck, 

Gyrus H. Brownell,. . . . 
ftobert G. Ostrander, . . . 



Hamilton County, 



June, 
Novwnber, 
November, 
November, 



18411 
184St 
18461 
18ir 
1846 
186S 
1816 



DISTRICT ATTOBNETS. 



375 



Herkimer County. 



yn Ford, 

lel Hoffman, 
le H. Foster,, 
1 Hackley, . . 
8 B. Hunt,.., 
>n Ford, .... 
a Nolton,... 
re B. Judd,.., 
sy Owen,. ... 
3n Ford, 



Namet. 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



June 



11. 



., 1818 

1828 

1826 

1828 

1888 

1846 

1887 

June, 1847 

November, 1860 
November, 19, 1860 



Jefferson County, 



I W. Bucklin,* . 
iio Shumway,.. 
I W. Bucklin,.. 
rt Lansing, . . . . 
^e C. Sherman,. 
M. Bumiiam,.. 

»h Mullin, 

rt Lansing, . . . . 
la Moore, Jr., . 
8 F. Starbuck,. 
10 C. Calvin,.. . 
L M. Bennett, . . 



Jane 12, 

February 26, 
February 18, 



November, 
November, 
November, 



1818 
1820 
1821 
1826 
1888 
1840 
1848 
1846 
1846 
1860 
186a 
1866 



s B. Clark, 

in B. Morse, . . . . , 
im Rockwell, . . . . 

in B. Morse, 

lanus Duryea,. . . , 
ird C. Underbill, 
G. Schumaker, . , 



Kings County, 



March 
April 



2, 1819 
26, 1830 

18861 

June 8, 1889 

June, 1847 

November, 1868 
November, 1866 



lollins, 

es Dayan, . . . . 
im Collins,.. ., 
L M. Bennett,, 
a S. Merrill,., 
Y E. Turner, . . 



Lewis County. 



June 

March 

March 

June, 

November, 

November, 



11, 1818 

24, 1840 

24, 1846 

1847 

1860 

1866 



376 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



Livingston County. 



Names. 



George Hosmer,. ... 
Orlando Hastings,. . 
George Hosmer,. . . . . 
Calvin H. Bryan,... 
A. A. Bennett, . . . . , 
George Hastings, . . . 
Amos A. Hendee,.., 
William II. Kelsey, 
James Wood, Jr.,.. 
Amos A. Hendee, . . 



"Whftn Appointed or 
Elected. 



February 

January 

May 

January 

May 

May 

June, 

November, 

November, 

November, 



26, 1821 

27, 1824 

29, 1824 
20, 1886 

30, 1886 
27, 1839 

1847 
1850 
1858 
1856 



Thomas H. Hubbard, 
William K. Fuller,... 

Philo Gridley, 

Justin Dwinnell, 

Charles Mason, 

Henry C. Goodwin, .. 
William E. Lansing,.. 
David J. Mitchell,. .. 
Asahcl C. Stone, 



Madison County/, 



June 
March 



June, 

November, 
November, 
November, 



11, 1818 

26, 1821 

.. 18291 

.. 18371 

.. 18451 

1847 

1850 

1853 

1856 



Monroe Count?/, 



Timothy Childs,. 

Vincent Matthews,.... 
Hector L. Stevens,..., 

Horace Gay, , 

Abner Pratt, 

Jasper W. Gilbert,..., 
Nicholas E. Paine,. . . 
William S. Bishop,. . 

Martin S. Newton, 

Edward A. Raymond, 
Calvin Hason, 



March 



June, 
November, 
November, 
November, 



5, 1821 

. 18311 

,. 18311 

. 18361 

. 18361 

,. 18431 

. 18461 

1847 

1860 

1858 

1856 



Montgomery County, 



Alfred Conklinsr, . . 
William J. Dodge, 
Charles McVean,.., 
GaiTit L. Roof, . . . . 
Howland Fish, . . . 
Henry Adams,. . . . 
John A. Mitchell,. 
Stephen Sammons,. 
Peter G. Webster, 
Abraham Hees, . . . . 



June 11, 1818 

February 12, 1621 

18361 

18411 

18481 

18461 

1847 
1860 
1853 
1856 



June, 

November, 
November, 
November, 



DISTRICT ATT0BNET8. 



377 



New 'York County. 



Names. 



s C- Van Wyck, . 

t Maxwell, 

1 Hoffman, 

las Phoenix, 

iis B. Cutting,... 
s R. Whiting, ... 
lew C. Patterson, 

McKeon, 

)wditch Blunt, . . . 
izo B. Shepard, . 

ikcy Hal], 

B. Sweeney, . , . . 



Wb«n Appointed or 
Elected. 



June 11, 1818 
February 13, 1821 

18291 

18381 

18391 

18411 

18461 

18461 

November, 1860 
July 26, 1864 

November, 1864 
December 1, 1857 



Niagara County, 



;s G. Olmsted, . . 
n B. Potter,.. . . 

H. Colvin, 

Ransom, Jr.,. . . 
m Hotchkiss, . . . 
ti C. Morse, . . . . 
t H. Stevens, . . 
tian L. Woods,. 

L Holmes, 

urne B. Piper,*, 
e D. Lamont,. . . 
L. Buck, ..... 
\w Brazec, 



Juno 11, 

February 13, 
April 2, 



January, 
May, 



November, 
November, 
November, 



1818 
1819 
1821 
1830 
1833 
1836 
1836 
1839 
1843 
184^ 
1860 
1863 
1866 



Oneida County. 

niel Williams, 

el Beardsley, 

I Denio, 

od C. Baker, 

by Jenkins, 

't Comstock, 

e Gonklin, 

si B. Garvin, 

T. Utley, 

H. Munger, 



June 

February 

October 

September 

December 

September 

April 

November, 

November, 

November, 



11, 1818 
13, 1821 
30, 1866 

8, 1834 
20, 1840 

9, 1846 
22, 1860 

1860 
1863 
1866 



*32 



^78 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



Onondaga County, 



Names. 



Victory Birdscyc, . . . . 
Jerome L. Bricgs,... 
AVilliam J. Dodi^e,... 

Le Roy Morgan, 

ller.ry Sheldon, 

Rowland H. Gardner, 
(y'liarles Andrews, . . . 
Ilenry S. Fuller, 



When Appointed ot 
Elected. 



June 



June, 
November, 
November, 
November, 



17, 1818 

.. 18:^6] 

.. 1841! 

.. 18431 

1847 

1850 

1853 

1856 



Ontario County, 

John C. Spencer, 

Abraham P. Vosburgh, 

Bowen Wliiting 

Henry F. Penlield 

George W. Clinton, 

Nathan Parke, 

Thomas M. Howell, 

Brazillai Slosson, 

Stephen V. R. Mallory, , 

Jacob B. Faurot, 

Thomas 0. Perkins, 

Edwin llicks, 



June 

March 

January 

May 

May 

August 

May 

June, 

October 

November, 

November, 

March 



11, 1818 
31, 1821 

1, 1823 
16, 1832 
19, 1836 
10, 1836 
23, 1840 

1847 

2, 1849 
1853 
1855 

7, 1857 



Orange County. 

Samuel R. Betts, 

Ogden Hoffman, 

ClMrles Borland, 

Isaac R. Van Duzcr, 

Samuel J. Wilkin, 

Charles Borland, Jr., 

Nathan Wescott 

Hugh B. Bull, 

Charles H. Winfield, 

David K. Gedney, 



June 

May 

January 

January 

May 

May 

June 

June, 

November, 



12, 1818 

9, 1823 

6, 1826 

2, 1829 

28, 1836 

80, 1836 

19, 1841 

1847 

1850 



November, 1856 



Orleans County, 

George W. Fleming, # 

Henry R. Curtis, 

George W. Fleming, 

Henry R. Curtis, 

Banford E. Church 

William K. McAlister, 

Benjamin L. Bessac, 



November, 

November, 

Henry D. Tttcker, | November, 



18281 

18311 

18321 

18361 

18461 

1860 

1868 

1866 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



379 



Oswego County, 



Names. 



s F. Wright, 

lel B. Beach, 

I P. Bniester, 

lam P. Grant, 

e Robinson, 

ler Babcock, , 

im Duer, 

)mH. Tylar, 

B. Higgins, 

bald N. Luddington, , 

C. Churchill, , 



Wban Appointed or 
Elected. 



April 17, 1820 

February 19, 1821 

1829? 

18361 

18411 

18431 

18461 

1847 
1860 
1863 
1866 



June, 
November, 
November, 
November, 



Otsego County, 



•ose L. Jordan,, 
rt Campbell, . . 

lel Chase, , 

B. Morehouse, 
yler Crippen, . , 

B. Steele, 

itt C. Bates, . . , 

I Brown, 

, L. Bundy, . . • , 



June 11, 1818 

June 6, 1820 

February 13, 1821 

18291 

18871 

18461 

June 1847 

November, 1850 
November, 1853 



Putnam County, 



erTodd, ... 
jrick Stone,. 
liah Hine, . . 
jrick Stone,. 
es Ga Nun,, 
G. Miller,., 
srick Stone,. 
G. Miller,.. 
M. Jordan,, 



June 12, 1818 

Fcbi-uary 27, 1821 

18291 

18381 

June, 1847 

April 10, 1850 

November, 1860 
November, 1863 
November, 1856 



alet Wickes, 

rain F. Thompson, 
im H. Barroll, ... 

mdcr Hadden, 

C. Lamberson, . . . , 
tm U. Onderdonk, . 



Queens County, 



June 12, 1818 

18291 

18371 

18431 

18461 

November, 18631 



380 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



Hensselaer County, 



Namofl. 



William McManus, 

Job Pierson, 

Samuel Cheever, ^ 

Job Pierson, 

Jacob C. Lansing, 

John Coon 

D.avid L. Seymour, 

Martin I. Townsend, 

Robert A. Lottridge, 

Anson Bingham, . 

Robert A. Lottridge, 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 


June 


11, 1818 


February 
March 


15, 1821 
31, 1821 


October 


8, 1828 


January 

February 

October 


28, 1883 

8, 1886 

14, 1839 


October 


14, 1842 


June, 


1847 


November, 


1853 


November, 


18G6 



George Metcalfe, 

Henry B. Metcalfe, . . . 
Thorne S. Kingsland,., 

George Cattin, 

Roderick N. Morrison,, 

Lot C. Clark, 

George Catlin, , 

George White, 

Alfred De Groot, 



Richmond County, 



June 11, 1818 

18261 

1838? 

18391 

1840! 

18411 

November 28, 1849 
November, 1860 
November, 1853 



Rockland County, 

John T. Smith, 

William F. Frazer, 

Horatio G. Prall, 

Andrew Edward Buflem, 



June 


1, 1820 


April 


16, 1833 


June, 


1847 


March 


18, 1868 



St, Lawrence County. 

John Scott, 

Bishop Perkins, 

John W. Grant, 

William A. Dart, 

Charles G. Myers, 

Thomas V. Russell, 



April 8, 1819 

February 24, 1821 
May 21, 1840 

April 17, 1846 

Juno, 1847 

November, 1858 



DISTRICT ATTOBNEYS. 



381 



Saratoga County, 



Namea 



ird M. Livingston, . . . . 
im La Fayette Warren, 

)lasHill, 

(elden EllLs, 

im A. Beach, 

Lawrence, 

im T. Odell, 

0. Mott, 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



June 11, 1818 

February 13, 1821 
September 6, 1836 
April 25, 1837 

September 11, 1843 
June, 1847 

November, 1863 
November, 1856 



Schenectady County, 

E. Paige, 

'.o C. Paige, 

Potter, 

tmin F. Potter, 

lel L. Baker, 

s Fuller,' 

Van Santvoord, 

lel T. Freeman,' 

Q Calkins,' 

}n S. Landon, 



June 

September 

January 

June, 

November, 

August 

November, 

November 29, 



11, 1818 
3, 1823 

15, 1839 
1847 
1850 
1861 
1851 
1852 



22, 



January 7, 1856 
November, 1856 



Schoharie County, 

y Hamilton, 

1 F. Sacia, 

las Lawyer 

) Houck, Jr., 

rt McClellan 

ni Spafford , 

im A. Sternbergh, 

C. Danforth, 

im H. Engle, 

>h Mackey, 

B. Strain, 

in P. Hinman, 



June 


11, 


1818 


February 


13, 


1821 


February 


4, 


1822 


October 


11, 


1831 


June 


7, 


1836 


June 


8, 


1837 


June 


6, 


1845 


June 


5, 


1845 


June, 




1847 


November, 




1850 


November, 




1853 


November, 




1856 



Schuyler County, 

s E.Riggs, 

us Lyon,' 

il Jameson, 



November, 1854 
March 12, 1855 
November, 1855 



^ Appointed by governor. 



382 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



Seneca County, 



Names. 



Lemuel W. Buggies, . . 

Jesse Clark, 

John Maynard, ...... 

Elisha Foote, Jr., . . . . 

Joseph Herron, 

Samuel Birdsall, 

David Ilerron, 

William H. Burton,*.. 

Josiah T. Miller, 

David Herron, 

James K. Richardson, 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



June 18, 1818 

March 81, 1821 

18861 

18871 

18431 

18461 

June, 1847 

March 23, 1850 
November, 1860 
November, 1858 
November, 1866 



Steuben County, 



Daniel Cruger, 

John Cook, 

Henry Welles, 

Edward Howell, 

B. W. Franklin, 

Edward Howell, 

Lazarus H. Read,. . . . 
Andrew G. Chatfield,. 

Morris Brown, 

Alfred P. Ferris, 

Robert L. Brundage,. 

Joseph Herron, 

John Maynard, 



Jane 
February 
October 
February 



June 

March 

December 

June 

June, 

November, 

November, 

January 



11. 1818 

19', 1821 

22, 1824 

7, 1829 

...1884 

21, 1886 

4, 1840 

2, 1846 

20, 1846 

1847 

1850 

1868 

7, 1866 



Silas Wood, 

Selah B. Strong, , 

Charles A. Floyd, 

Selah B. Strong, 

William Wickham, Jr.,, 
J. Lawrence Smith, . . . . 
George Miller, 



Suffolk County, 



Sullivan County . 



Jesse M. Foster, , 

Peter P. Hun, 

Alpheus Dimmick, .... 
Archibald C. Niven,... 
Charles H. Van Wyck,, 
William J. Groo, 



Jane 

March 

January 

October, 

June 

November, 

January 



12, 1818 

6, 1821 
10, 1880 

7, 1880 
7, 1847 

1866 
2, 1868 



March 27, 1819 

1828 

1836 

Jane, 1847 

November, 1860 
November, 1866 



I Appointed by goyemor. 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



383 



Tio^ County 



Names. 



John L. Tillingbast, 

William Maxwell, 

Eleazcr Dana, ^ 

Aaron Konkle, 

Andrew K. Gregg, 

Stephen Strong,. 

Ezra S. Sweet, 

John W. Taylor, 

George Sidney Camp, 

Stephen Strong, 

Em S. Sweet, 

Alanson Mnnger, 

Benjamin F. Tracy, 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



June 

March 

May, 

January, 

March, 

July, 

July, 

June, 

February, 

February, 

June, 

November, 

November, 



19, 1818 
21, 1822 
1828 
1826 
1835 
1886 
1888 
1841 
1848 
1844 
1847 
1850 
1853 



Tompkins County, 

David Woodcock, 

Amasa Dana, 

Samuel Love, 

Benjamin G. Ferris, 

AlfVed Wells, 

Arthur S. Johnson, 

Douglass Boardman 

William March, 

John A. Williams, 

Marcus Lyon, ■ 



June 


111 


1818 


January 

May 

May 

May 

Juno 


28, 
15, 
16, 
17, 


1823 
1887 
1840 
1845 
1847 


June 




1847 


November, 




1850 


November, 




1853 


November, 




1856 



John Champlin, 

Abraham Myer, 

John C. Tillotson,. . . 

C. H. Ruggks, 

Nathaniel Sickles,. . . 
Willet Linderman,.. . 
John Van Buren,... 
Robert F. McAuley, 

John Lyon, 

Joseph D. Shafer,. . . 



Ulster County, 



June 12, 1818 

November 10, 1820 
April 11, 1822 

1828 

1836 

1887 

1846 

November, 1850 
November, 1853 
November, 1856 



384 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 



Warren County, 



NRines. 



Ashbcl Clark, 

Iloratio Buol, 

ScMi 0. Baldwin, 

William Ilav, 

fictli C. Baldwin 

Enoch IT. Rosecrantz, 

Alfred G. Farlin, 

George Richards, 

Levi II. Baldwin, 

Stephen Brown, 

Isaac Mott, 



• «••%• ••• 



Washington County, 

John Savaije, 

Jesse L. Billinors 

Henry C. Martindale, 

Leonard Gibbs, 

Cornelius L. Allen, 

Charles F. Injralls, 

Henry B. Northup, 

Joseph Potter, 

Archibald L. McDoii jrall , . 



"When Appointed or 
Elected 



June 

Febniarv 

May 

April 

September 

September 

April 

June 

November, 

November, 

November, 



n, 1818 

13. 1821 

18; 182n 

19, 1825 

4, 1827 

10, 1836 

15, 1845 

7, 1847 

1860 

1858 

1866 



Wayne County, 



Jure 11, 1818 

June 6, 1820 

February 24, 1821 

*. 1828 

I88rJ 

1813 

June, 1847 

November, 1860 
November, 1866 



William H. Adcms, . . 
Graham H. Chapin,.. 
William H. Adams,.. 

John M. Tlolley, 

Theron R. Stronjr,... 
Charles D. Lawton, . . 

John M. Holley, 

George H. Middlcton, 
Lyman Sherwood,. . . . 

Coles Bashford 

George Olmstead.'. . . . 
Stephen K. Williams,. 

Joseph Welling, 

Jarcd F. Harrison,... 



Westchester County, 



September 

September 

September 

February 

January 

September 

October 

September 

Mav 

June, 

October 

November, 

November, 

November, 



2r5, 182S 

2C, 1829 

29, 183n 

2, 1881 

31, 1885 

26, 1889 

5, 1842 

26, 1846 

80, 184" 

1847 

4, 1860 

1850 

1858 

1866 



Aaron Ward, 

William Nelson, 

Richard R. Voris, 

William W. Scrugham,. 

Bdward Wells, 

William H. Pemberton,. 



July 8, 1819 

February 21, 18B 
September 27, 1844 
Jane, 1817 

November, 1850 
November, 1856 






> Appointed by gOYcmor. 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS — COUNTY CLERKS. 



385 



Wyoming County, 



Namefl. 



William Riley Smith, . . . , 

James R. Doolittle, 

Harlow L. Comstock, . . . 
Ferdinand C. D. McKay,* 



When Appointed or 
Elected. 



June 21, 1841 

June, 1847 

November, 1P50 
January 12. 18r^6 



Yates County, 



James Taylor, 

Charles G. Judd, 

John L. Lewis, Jr., 

Daniel Morris, 

Delavan J. Sunderlin, . . . . 
Abraham V. Harpending,. 
Henry M. Stewart, , 



June, 
November, 
November, 
November, 



1832? 
18361 
18411 
1847 
1850 
1863 
1856 



COUNTY CLERKS. 

These oflScers were formerly appointed by the council of 
appointment, and performed the duties of a clerk of the inferior 
Court of Common Pleas.* By an act of February 12, 1796, they 
were made Clerks of Oyer and Terminer, The present constitu- 
tion makes them clerks of the Supreme Court, in their several 
counties. Since 1822, they have been elected for a term of 
Hirce years. In the following table the last mentioned persons 
in each county is the present incumbent. 



Albany County, 



Names. 



Leonard Gansevoort, . . . 

Maithew Ylsclier, 

Richard Lnsh, 

•Charles D. CJooper, 

William P. Beers, 

Charles D. Cooper, 

John Loyett, 

George Merchant, 

Henry Tmax, 



Whon Appointed 
or Elected. 



May 



Sept. 

March 

Fcb'y 

Ffb'y 

March 

March 

Jane 



8, 1777 
... 1778 
29, 1790 

8, 1808 
28, 1810 

6. 1811 

8, 1818 
81, 1815 

6, 1820 



Names. 



George Merchant, 

L. L. VanKleck 

Conrad A. Ten Eyck,.. 
Henry B. ITaswell, .... 

"William Mix, 

Lawrence Van Dusen, . 

Robert 8. Lay, 

Robert Harper 

Robert Babcook 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Febmary 19, 1821 

November, 1823 

" 1828 

** 1884 

•' 184« 

" 1840 

'• 1849 

** 185* 

" 186^ 



* Appointed by governor. 

1 Minute** of council of appointmcnti vol. I., A., p. 2, secretary's ufUce. 



33 



386 



COUNTY CLERKS. 



Allegany County, 



Names. 



Jacob S. Holt, 

Victor Du Pont, 

Kiehard M Lawrence, . . . 
Joseph A. Bathbnn, . . . . 

Evert Van Wickle, 

Amos Peabody, 

Amos Peabody, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



April T, 1807 
Nov. 9. 1808 
Feb'y 2, 1810 
Feb'y 24, 1811 i 
January 2T, 1813 
July 8, 1816 : 

November, 1822 i 



Names. 



Judaon W. Sherman. . . 
Samuel Van Wickle, .. 

William Windsor, 

Martin Butts, 

John I HockafvUcr, ... 

James M. Mott, 

William B. Ally, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



November, 
*« 

M 
M 

U 



U 



18S1 
1887 
1S40 
1846 
1849 
18S2 
1856 



Ashbel Welles, 

William Woodruff, .... 

Mason Wattles, 

William Woodruff, . . . . 

Amml Doubled ay, 

Latham A. Burroughs,. 
Daniel Evans, 



Broome County, 



April 2, 1806 
Feb'y 26, 1810 
Feb'y 18, 1811 
Nov. 9, 1812 
Auiarust 28, 1817 
Feb'y 14, 1821 
November, 1822 



Barzilla Marvin, 

John C Moore, 

Burr George, 

John 0. Moore, 

Erasmus D. Robinson, . 
William 0, Doane, . . . . 



November, 18W 
1840 
« 184» 

•* 1846 

« 184» 

•* 1886 



Bands Burton, 

Ebenozer Lockwood, . . . 

Joseph McCIuer, 

David Ooodwin, 

Sands Burton, 

Henry Woosler, 

John W. Stanton, 



Cattaraugus County. 



March 28, 1817 

June 1, 1820 

Feb'y 12, 1821 

March 6, 1822 
November, 1822 

" 1824 (?) 

»« 1826 



Francis E. Baillct 

George W. Gillett, 

Francis E. Baillet. 

•lames G. Johnson, . . . . 
Enos H. Southwick,.. . 
Thomas Morris, 



November. 188T 

»* 1840 

«« 184« 

« 184» 

« 1888 

•* 1856 



Bei\)amin Ledyard, 
Peter Hughes, .... 
Enos T Throop, . . , 

Elijah Miller, , 

Enos T. Throop, . . . 

James Glover 

George B. Throop, 



Cayuga County, 



March 14, 1790 
January 18, 1804 

Feb'y 5, 1811 

Feb'y 26. 1818 

Feb'y 18, 1816 

March 2, 1819 

Feb'y 14, 1821 



George B. Thr<»op,.. 
Abraham Gridley,... 
Michael S. Myers, . . . 
William Richardson, 
Philip Van Arsdale,. 
El>enezer B. Cobb, . . 
Edwin B. Marvhi,. . . 



November, 198! 

** 1886 

« 1888 

isn 

1848 
1841 
18BI 



a 
tt 

« 



Chautauque County, 



John E. Marshali, . . . , 

John Dexter, 

Thomas B. Campbell, 

John Dexter, 

John Dexter 

James B. Lowry,.... 
George W. Tew, .,.. 



Feb'y 
March 
April 15, 
Feb'y 12, 
November, 

a 



9, 1811 
10, 1815 
1820 
1821 
1822 
1828 
1884 



John G. Hinckley, . . . 

Albin Plnmb, 

Matthew P. Bemoa, . . . 

Orson Stiles, 

Richard O. Green, . . . . 
Hanson A. Riidey, 



November, 



u 

« 



1848 
IStt 
1841 
18« 
18Bt 



Chemung County. 



Isaae Baldwin, . . . 
Simeon L. Rood, , 
Oreen M. TathiU, 



Norember, 1887 | Albert F.Babeoek,.... I VoranlMr. 
•• 1840 1 Richard Baker, ...... » ^^* 

" 1846 I 



1M 



COUNTY CLEKES. 



387 



Chenango County, 



Names. 



I 8. Breese, 

acy, 

G. Bright, 

Randall, 

I Chamberlin,.... 

II Mason, 

Randall, 

Randall, 

K.Pike, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 

March 19, 1798 

August 13, 1801 

Feb»y 18, 1815 

March 6, 1819 

June 7, 1S20 

Nov. 10, 1820 

Feb'y 18, 1821 
November, 1822 

»' 1881 



Names. 



Perez Randall,' 

Cyrus Wheeler,* 

Alfred Purdy, 

John Latham 

Burr B. Andrews,.... 

Nelson Pellet, 

Horace 8. Read, 

Thomas Mllner, 

James G. Thompson,. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



November, 1884 

March 29, 1689 

November, 1684 

" 1843 

" 1845 

" 1848 

" 1861 

« 1864 

" 1357 



;ton L. Wolsey, 

s Piatt, 

Val worth, 

11 Wilson, 

1 Taylor, 

18 Crook, 



Clinton County, 



March T, 1788 

March 28, 1808 

November, 1822 

" 1830 

« 1832 

« 1885 



L. Smith Mead, 


November, 


1688 


St John B. L. Skinner, 


»t 


1S41 


Charles H. Jones, 


« 




David H. Parsons, .... 


11 


1660 


Lewis W. Pierce, 


tt 


1858 


Frederick W. Ames, . . 


it 


1856 



Columbia County, 



t Van Rensselaer, 
R.Van Rensselaer, 
I Hogeboom, .... 
all Jenkins, Jr.,.. 

a Gilbert, 

ius Miller, 

am B. Vanderpoel, 

ius Miller, 

McKinstry, 



April 18, 1786 
January 22, 1801 
January 8, 1802 
June 14, 1808 
March 9, 1818 
March 28, 1815 
Feb'y 24, 1820 
March 28, 1821 
November, 1822 



Harmon Bay, 

Joseph D. Monell, 

James Storm, 

Killlan Miller, 

J. A. Van Valkenburgh, 

John L Traver, 

James Storm, 

John R. Cnrrie, 

David C. Nefus 



November, 


1825 


It 


1828 


it 


1884 


«4 


1887 


it 


1840 


it 


1848 


ti 


1846 


ft 


1849 


ti 


1859 



Ballard, 

n Washburn, 

Ballard, 

Merrill, 

m Mnllery,.. 
B Ballard, . . . 



Cortland County, 



April 

April 

March 

April 

March 

July 



8, 1808 
8, 1810 
4, 1811 
2, 1818 
2, 1815 
7, 1819 



Matthias Cook, 

Samuel Hotchkiss, Jr., 

Orin Stimson, 

Gideon C. Babcock, . . , 

Samuel Hotchkiss, 

I RufUs A. Reed, 



February 14, 1821 

November, 1823 

" 1884 

1840 

1848 

" 1849 



ti 
ti 



!zer Foote, . 
Gebhard, . . 

Doll, 

r R. Phelps, 
I E. Paine, . 
r R. Phelps, 



Delaware County, 



March 20, 1797 
August 17, 1801 
March 29, 1803 



March 

Feb»y 

Feb'y 



Dse Bryan March 



6, 1809 
26, 1810 
12, 1811 

9, 1818 



Asahel E. Pafne...... 

Homer R. Phelps, . . . . 

Homer R. Phelps, . . . . 

John Burhans, 

Crawford B. Sheldon,, 
Wm, McCIaughry, . . . . 
Bei\}amin Cannon, . . . 



February 16, 1815 
February 12, 1821 
November, 1823 
1825 
1823 
1846 
« 1863 



it 
I* 



it 



; Wheeler appoin'ed by governor and Senate. 



Died 



388 



COUNTY CLERKS. 



Dutchess County, 



Names. 



Henry Livin^ton, 

Koh't Henry Livingston, 

(fi'bert Livingston, 

David Brooks 

Pliilip Spf^ncor, Jr., 

I )nvid Brooks 

Philip SpiMicor, Jr , 

Duvid Brooks, 

Jacol) Van Ness, 

.lohn Vun Benthuysen,. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



May 

May 

Nov. 

«)uno 

Januar}' 

Fel>'y 

Fcb'y 

Feb'y 

July 

Marcli 



8, 

11, 

9, 
6, 

20, 

% 
15, 
23, 

1, 
3, 



1777 
1789 
1S04 
1S07 
1809 
1S10 
ISll 
1818 
181 5 
1819 



Names. 



John Johnston, 

Jacob Van Ne^ . . . . , 
Jacob Van Neas, . . . . , 
Glapp Raymond, . . . . , 

llcury 9. Traver , 

Daniel W Beadle,.... 

Robert Mitchell, 

Joseph T. Adriance . . 
George H. Tompkins, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



February 4, 1S20 

February 14, 1821 

November, 1823 

1825 

•* 1S28 

*• 1S5T 

" 1840 

** 1S4« 

** 185J 



Jnmcs L. Barton, . . . 
Jacob A. Barber, . . . 

Elijali Leech 

Noah P. Sprague, . . 

Horace ^^ark 

Cyrus K. Anderson, 



Erie County, 



Feb'y 17, 1821 
November, 1822 

1881 
" 1884 

»' 1837 i 






Noah P. Sprague, . . 

Manly Colton, 

Moses Bristol, 

Wells Brooks, 

WlHlam Andre, .... 
Peter M. Vosburgh, 



November, 1840 

« isa 

*• 1846 

«* 184» 

*«. 18M 

•• 1885 



Stephen Cuyler, 
Simeon Frisbee, 
William Kirby,. 
Thomas Stower, 
Ashley Pond, . . 
Asliley Pond, . . 



Essex County, 



March 6, 1709 
March 7, 18<!8 
March 5, 1818 
Feb'y 13, 1815 
March 8, 18-21 
November, 1822 



Leonard Stow, 

Edward 9. Cuvler 

Edmund F. Williams,. 
George S. Nicholson, . . 

Elisha A. Adams, 

Robert W. Livingston,. 



November, 
it 



t< 



1887 
1888 
1889 

1848 
1861 
185T 



Franklin County, 



James S. Allen, 

Gates Hoit, 

Aha Wheeler, 

Gates Holt, 

Asa Wheeler 

Ebenezer Brownson, . . . 

Asa Whf-eler, 

George B R. Gove. . . . . 



March 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

Fob»y 

March 

November, 
>i 



17, 
21, 

11, 

8, 

28, 

29, 



1S08 
1809 
1811 
1813 
1815 

1822 
1825 



Abel Wilson 

Samuel S. ClarV, 

Uriah D. Mo>ker, 

Lauriston Amsden,.... 
Henry 3. Brewster. . . . . 
Sam. C. F.Thomdiko,. 
Francis D. Flanders, . . 
Edwards. Whitney, .. 



November, 


\m 


u 


1881 


» 


1884 


M 


1848 


tt 


1848 


ti 


1849 


a 


18BS 


M 


1856 



Fulton County, 



Tobias A Stontenburgh,! November, 188S I 
Stephen Waite, I " 1341 



Peter W. Plants, I Norember, 1689 

Archibald Anderson,..! . ** 1861 



James W. Stevens, 

Josiah Babcock, 

Simeon Cummings 

John Z. Ross 

Simeon Cummings, 

Chauncey L Sheldon,., 
rhanncey L. Sheldon,.. 
Ralph Coffin, 



Genesee County, 



April 4, 1S08 

March 7, 1810 

Feb'y SI, 1811 

March 1, 1816 

March 16, 1818 

Feb'y 14, 1821 
November, 1^22 

'• ISW 



David C. Miller, 

Timothy Fitch, 

Horace W. Sop^, 

Hezeklah H. Carpenter, 
Samnel C. Holden,.... 

Merrill G. Soper, 

niram W. Ilascall, .... 



November, 



1998 
1881 
1»7 
18lt 

im 

18# 



C0CNT7 CLEBKS. 



389 



Greene County. 



Names. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



James Rill, 

KIchard McCarty, . . . . 

James Bill, 

Winiam Van Bergen, 

EllAha D.Hall 

ElishaD. HaU, 



March 

June 

Feb'y 

Fcb'y 

March 



29, 1800 
10, 1811 
26, 1818 
16, 1815 
6, 1821 



November, 1822 



Names. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Charles 0. Abeel, 

Wm. V. B. Hermance,. 

William Pierson, 

Isaac Van Schaack, . . . 

Jacob Van Orden, 

Joshua A. Cooke, 



November, 

u 



(( 
(t 
tt 



1<?25 
18St 
1840 
184« 
1849 
1855 



Hamilton County. 

8amne1 Call I November, 1888 || WUliam B. Peck, 

John C. Holmes, I *• 1841 



November, 1858 



Jonas Piatt, 

Jacob Oriswold, 

Hlihn Griswold 

Peter M. Myers, 

Elihn Griswold, 

Aaron Hackley, Jr 

Peter M. Myers, 

Aaron Hackley, Jr., . . . . 
Walter Fish, . 



Henry Coffeen, 

Egbert Ten Eyck, 

Bei^Jamin Skinner, 

Bichard M. Esseltyn, . . . 

Benjamin Skinner, 

George Andms, 

Henry H. Sherwood, . . . 



Jacob Sharpe, Jr , 

I/CfTert Lefferts. Jr., 

Abraham Vanderveer, . . 

Joseph Dean, 

Abraham Vanderveer,. . 
Charles E. Bulkley, 



Bichard Cox, 

Edward Brancroft, 
John Safford, . . . 
Edward Brancroft, 

Martin Hart, 

Andrew W* Doig, . 



Herkimer County, 



Feb'y 


17, 1791 


March 


19, 1798 


April 


6, 1804 


Feb'y 


28, 1810 


March 


4, 1811 


Feb'y 


12, 1812 


Feb'y 


28, 1818 


Feb'y 
April 


16, 1815 


16, 1817 


Jefferson 


April 


8, 1805 


March 


5, 1807 


Feb'y 


12, 1811 


Feb'y 


26, 1818 


Feb'y 


16, 1815 


June 


8, 1820 


Feb'y 


18, 1821 



John Mahoo, 

Jabez Fox, 

Abljah Beckwith, 

Juliu8 C. Nelson, 

John Dygert, 

Edwin A. Munson, .... 

Standlsh Barry, 

Eikanah T. Cleland,.. . 
Corn's P.E. Van Home, 



Henry H. Sherwood, 
Peleg Burchard, . . . . 

Daniel Lee, 

Charles B. Hoard,... 
James G. Lynde, . . . . 

Isaac Munson 

John L. Marsh, 



Feburary 13, 1821 


November, 


1829 


it * 


1825 


t( 


lS8t 


tt 


1884 


u 


1840 


(t 


1S4« 


tt 


1853 


tt 


1850 


November, 
It 


1823 



t( 
it 
u 
tt 
tt 



Kings County, 



1784 



iTa4 

April 6, 1800 
Feb'y 24, 1816 
Feb'y 14, 1S21 
November, 1822 

tt 1 097 



1837 



Adrian Heeeman, 

John M. Hicks, 

Francis B. Stryker, . . . . 
Charles A. Denike, . . . . 
William H. Campbell,. 



November, 
tt 



tt 
tt 
tt 



1840 
1848 
1848 
1^9 
1863 



1840 
1848 
1849 
1859 
1858 



Lewis County, 



April 

March 

June 

Feb'y 

November, 



tt 



8, 1805 

12, 1816 

6, 1820 

18, 1821 

1822 

1825 



Carlos p. Scovn, . 
Charles Orvis, . . . . 
Julius A. White, , 
Lucian Clark,.... 
Harrison Barnes,. 
Sidney Sylvester,. 



November, 


1831 


tt 


1840 


« 


1848 


u 


1848 


ft 


1849 


u 


185ft 



James Ganson, 

Sylvester Brown, 

i#evi Hovey, 


Livingstm 

Feb'y 26, 1821 
November, 1S22 
" 1826 
" 1828 
« 1884 
« 1887 


% County, 

Samuel P. Allen, 

William H. Whiting,... 

Israel D. Root 

James S. Orton, 

Charles Boot. 


November, 1840 
•' 1848 
" 1S49 


Chauncey R. Bond, 

Elias Clark 


« 1859 
^ 185S 


WUliani H. Stanley 







33 



390 



COUNTY CLERKS. 



Madison County, 



Names. 



Aso B. Sizer, 

Bamuel S. Forman,.... 
.Toslah N. M. IlunI,... 
Bennct M. Bickncll..... 
Bonnet M. Bicknell, . . . 

John G. Curtis, 

Andrew Scott Sloan,. . . 



When Appointed 
or EHected. 



Marrh 26, \<m 

March 6, 1814 

Feb'y 29, 1815 

Feb'y 19, 1821 
November, 1822 

" 1825 

« 1881 



Names. 



Alex. Donaldson. Jr.,.. 

Lewison Fairchild, 

Za^lock T. Bentley 

Andrew Scott Sloan, . . . 

Lorenzo D. Dana, 

Lucius P. Clark 

William E. Lansing,. . . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



November, 1S3T 

" 1840 

♦» 1S48 

»« 1M6 

" 1S4» 

« 1<i52 

" ISW 



Nathaniel Rochester, . . . 

ElishaEIy, 

Simon Stone 2d, 

William Graves, 

Leonard AdHmn, 

Samu'l G. Andrews, ... 
Ephraim Goss, 



Monroe County, 



March 6, 1821 
November, 1822 

" 1825 

« 1828 

" 1S81 

«' IRJU 

*« 1887 



•Tnmes W. Smith, 

Charles.!. Hill 

John C.Nash, 

John T. Lacy 

W. Baron Williams, . . . 
William N.Sago, 



November, 


1040 


M 


18'8 


U 


1S46 


M 


1849 


U 


ISftS 


U 


1855 



Montgomery County — (Tryom, before 1784.) 



Christopher P. Yates,.. , 

Daniel Paris 

ITonry Frev Yates, 

John McCarthy 

Peter TT. Bostwick, 

Henry Frey Yates, 

ITenry Frey Yates, 

George D. Ferguson,... 



Sept.. 24, 1777 
Jannary25, 1800 
January 6, 1802 
March 8, 1815 
Feb'y 12, 1821 
Feb'y 21, 1822 
November, 1822 
" 1825 



Alexander J. Corarie, . . 
Georce 1). Ferfiruson,.. 
Alexander .T Comrle, . . 

Henry Cook, 

Chester 8. Bromley, . . . 
John W. Van Derveer, 
Darius V. Berry, 



November, 1?28 

" 1««l 

" 1887 

« 1840 

« 1R4S 

« 1S49 

« 1S55 



New 'York County, 



Robert Benson, ... 
Tunis Wortman, . . 
Thomas Morris,... 
Tunis Wortman, . . 
Robert Bf^nson,. . 
Bamuel Lawrence, 

Gerrit Gilbert 

John W. Mulligan, 
John L. Broome, . . 
Benjamin Ferris, . 



Feb'y 

Au^st 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

August 



9, 1784 
2.5, 1801 
21, 1807 
8, 1809 
5, 1810 
19, 1811 
21, 1812 

5, 1818 

6, 1815 
27, 1817 



John T* Broome , 

•John Woodward, 

Nicholas Dean , 

Abraham Austin, 

Thomas Jeremiah,.. . . 

Joseph Hoxle, 

Nathaniel Jarvis, 

James Conner. 

George W. Rlblet, . . . . 
Richard B. Connolly,. 



Febmnrv 1.^. 1831 

November, 18M 

« 1«>5 

« 1881 

« 1««4 

« 188T 

« 1R40 

" 1M8 

«« 1M» 

«• lan 



Niagara County, 



Louis S. Le Contenix,. . 

Jnba Storrs, 

Lonis 8. L»» Contenix,. . 

Zenas Barker, 

Archibald 8. Clark 

Frederick B.Merrill,.. 

John E. Marshall, 

Oliver Grace, 

Asahel Johnson, 

James Mason. 



March 26, 1S08 

March 7, 1810 

Feb'y 5, Ijll 

March 16, 1818 

Feb'y 28, 1815 

Nov. 6, 1816 

March 2, 1819 

April % 1821 
November, 1822 

•« 1826 



HenryCatlln, 

AbUab H. Moss, 

Hiram A. Cook, 

David 8. Crandall, .... 

James C I/ewls,* 

E. Shcpard,* 

George W.Gage, 

Lewis 8. Payne, 

Wilson Robinson 

Nathan Dayton, 



November, 182S 

« ISM 

« \m 

« 1840 

«■ ]849 

March 22. 1846 

November, IMS 

• IWl 

« 1864 

« 18H 



> Died. 



* Appointed by govcmw, «. Lewis, deccflfc J 



COUNTY CLERKS. 



391 



Oneida County. 



Names* 



Jonas Piatt, 

Francis A. Blood good,.. 

Ahram Camp, 

Frnncls A. Bloodarood, . . 
Ellas ph Dorchester. . . . 
Eiiasaph Dorchester, . . . 

John II. Ostrora, 

George Brown, 

Benjamin Ledyard, 

Comfort Tyler, 

Jasper IIopp»r, 

Ckorge W. Olmstead,. . . 

J asper Hopper, 

Tmmnn Adams, 

Daniul Moseley, 

Daniel Moseley, 



Nathaniel Gorhara, Jr ,. 

John Wickham, 

Pet*r B. Porter 

Bylrester Tiffany,. 

James B. Mower, 

Myron TIoHey, 

James B. Mower, 

Myron TTolley, 

Hugh McNair, 

John Van Fossen, 

Thomas Moffat, 

Tleul>€n Tlopklns 

Henrv O. Wisner 

David M. Weatcott, 

James W. Wilkin, 

David M. Westcolt, 

Asa DunniniT 

Lcbbtas L. Vail, 



Orson Nichoson, 

Abraham B. Mills, ... 
Timothy C. Strong,... 
Elijah Dana, 

Jam«>s Adams, 

.T«»t*eph Davis, 

Smith Dunlap 

Hiram Ilubbell, 

T. 8. Morgan, 

Thomas C. Baker, .... 

Frle Poor, 

Marinus W. Mathews, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 

November, 

M 
(t 



19, 179S 

2, IStJi 

28, 1M8 

16. 1815 

19, 1821 

1822 

1825 

1831 



Names. 



John D. Leland, . 

•Tames Dean 

P. Sheldon Root, . 
DelosDo Wolf,... 
Patrick Mahon, .. 
Alexander Rea,. , 
Richard Ilulbert,. 
Zenas M. Howe, . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



November, 18.34 

*• 1887 

" 1S40 

" 1S48 

" 1846 

" 1849 

«' 1862 

« 1856 



Onondaga County, 



March 

March 

August 

March 

Feb'y 

June 

Feb'y 



14, 1794 
21, 1799 

19, 1801 

20, 1810 
6. 1811 

18, 1818 
14, 1821 



November, 1822 



Reuben L. Hess 

Alanson Edwards,.... 

Elijah Rhodes 

Charles T. Hicks, 

Vivus W.Smith, 

Rnfus Cossit, 

Barnard Slocum 

Edwin P. Hopkins,.... 



Ontario County, 



May 5, 
March 18, 
January 20, 



July 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

July 



8, 
21. 
18. 

5, 

9, 

17, 

3, 



1789 
I7i)5 
1797 
1804 
1808 
1810 
1811 
1813 
1815 
1819 



Gavin L. Nicholas, 

Gavin L. Nicholas,... 

Ralph Lester, , 

Cliarles Crane, 

John L. Dox, 

Thomas Hall 

.\lexan(ler H. Howell, , 
Reuben Murray, Jr.,. . 
•John J. Lyon, 



November, 


1825 


.i 


18.84 


t( 


1887 


« 


1840 


a 


1846 


(i 


1849 


« 


1852 


u 


1856 


March 6, 


1821 


November, 


1822 


i< 


1825 


u 


1881 


« 


lvS34 


41 


1887 


i< 


1848 


It 


1849 


(1 


1852 



Orange County, 



Sept. 

March 

Feb'y 

Keb'y 

July 

Feb'y 

November, 



(I 



22, 1779 

27, 1794 

1818 

181.^ 

8, 1819 

15, 1821 

1822 

1S34 



28, 

28, 



Albert 8. Benton, . 
LehbiusL. Vail,.. 
John C. Wallace,. 
Albert S. Benton, . 
•Toscph W. Gott,» 
Nntlian Wcstcotl, . 
Charles Drake, . . . 



November, 1888 

" 1840 

" 1848 

« 1846 

August 9, 1849 

November, 1849 

" 1S55 



Orleans County, 

November, 1825 R Harmon Goodrich,* .. March 25, 1848 
•* 1825 I Dan H.Cole November, 1843 



<« 
(t 



1S84 
1848 



Wlllard F.Warren.... 
John P. Church, 



Oswego County, 



March 21, 1816 

March 19, 1813 

Feb'y 19, 1821 

November, 1822 

»* 1825 

" 1828 

« 1881 

" 1884 



Daniel H. Marsh, 

Andrew Z. McCarty,. . . 

J(»hn Carpenter, 

.Tabez H. Gilbert 

Philander Rathbun,... 

Edwin M. Hill, 

Henry S. Conde, 



u 
It 



November, 

tt 

It 

M 
II 
II 
M 



1854 
1867 



1387 
1S40 
1843 
1846 
1849 
1863 
1865 



^ Appointed by governor. 



392 



COUNTY CLERKS. 



Names. 



Jacob Morris, 

John Kusscll, 

Francis Henry 

George Morell 

William Nicholls 

William Nicholls 

Edward 6. Crandal, . . . . 

Abner Cook, Jr., 

Ilorace Lathrop, 



J^»hn Jewett, 

William H.Johnston,... 
James Townsend, Jr., . . 

Euwland Bailey, 

James Towner, 



Otsego County, 



When Appointed I 
or Elected. 



Feb'y 17, 1791 

August 14, 1801 

March 5, 1818 

March 2, 1815 

Feb'y 18, 1621 

November, 1S22 

« 1826 

'• 1823 

" 1881 



Names* 



George C Clyde, . 

Jesse Rose, 

Samuel RupspU, . . 
George B. Wilson, 
Charles McLean,. 
Snmuel Worth,.,. 
William Child, .. 
George W. Ernst,. 



Putnam County, 



June 18, 1812 

Feb'y 28. 1815 

Feb'y 19, 1817 

March 4, 1820 

Feb'y 27, 1821 



Jonathan Morchoase, 
William H. Sloat, .... 
Reu'ten D. Bamum,. . 

Ira Mead 

Augustus nazen, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



November, \^ 

*' i«{r 

" \m 

" ifirt 

" 1M« 

« 1W9 

« lSf)2 

•• 1755 



November, 1^ 
" 18S7 

•* IWO 

*• 1S59 

Janu&ry 20, lSr>7 



Abraham Skinner, 
Daniel Kissam,..., 
Walter Burling,.., 
Edward Parker, .. 
Samuel Sherman, , 
Samuel Sherman, . 



Queens County, 



Feb>v 6, 17<^4 
March 12, 1796 
June 10, 1S12 
June 6, 1820 
Fob'y 4, 1821 
November, 1822 



John Simonson, 

Abraham D. Snedeker. 

John 0. Smith 

Martin J. Johnson,* . . . 
Monroe Henderson,^ .. 
Stephen L. Spader, .... 



November, 1688 
«« ml 

« ISBl 

March 29, lfS55 
November, ItW 



Rensselaer County, 



Nicholas Schuyler, ' 

Buggies Hubbard, '. 

James Dole 

Bei\)amin Higby, j 

Joseph D. Selden, i 

Benjamin Smith, 

Beniamin Smith, 

Archibald Bull 



Fob'y 18, 1791 

March 26, 1806 

April 2, 1818 

Feb'y 16, 1815 

April 22, 1818 

Feb'y 17, 1S21 
November, 1822 

" 1826 



Henry R. Bristol, 

T.«land Crandall, 

Charles Hooper 

Ambrose H. Sheldon,. 

Henry A. Clum, 

Ambrose H. Sheldon,. 
John P. Ball, 



November, 183S 

•< 1SS8 

« 1841 

•« ISU 

•* 18M 

" 1858 

" 18M 



John Mcrseroau, 

Abraham Bancker, 

Joseph Ferine, 

John V. D. Jacobson,... 

Joseph Perine ; . . 

Jonathan Lewis, 



Richmond County, 



Feb'y 
Feb'y 
Feb'y 
April 
Feb'y 



4, 1784 

11, 1791 

22, 1798 

8, 1810 

6, 1811 



Feb'y 18, 1816 



Jonathan Lewis, 

Walter BeUs, 

Joshua Merscrean, Jr.,. 

Israel Denyse 

James Cubberly, 



Norembtf, 



18» 
IBM 
18M 
18N 



David Pye, 

Abraham Comelisou 

Thomas Howard, Jr.,. . . 

John <*ole 

Thomas Howard, Jr.,... 

David Pye, 

DavA Pye, 



Rockland County, 



March 21, 1798 
January 28, 1806 
Feb'y 22, 1808 
March 6, 1810 
Feb'y 16, 1811 
March 8, 1821 
November, 1822 



•Tamos Sterena, 

David Pye, 

Abraham Hogenkamp.. 

Isaac A. Blaavelt, 

Abraham De Baam,*.. 
John E. Hf^nkamp,.. 
Abraham A. DemtKst,. 



KoT«mber» IM 

•• isn 

•• IBM 

« ISM 

Jnne^ 1, \m 

JSotmmhtr, IflN 

•« UEI 



1 Died. 



* Appointed by goremor. 



COUHTT CLEHKS. 



»... 


"r&e." 


Nime>. 


"ras" 


ider Klchardj,.... 
Subrouck 


M*»ti 10. i8oa 

Movember, issa 


JsmaO-HopWra,.... 

l^SVtS-- 

JohnLetlleBaageli'!!. 

M>niii Thalcher,. 

QeorjeS. WiMlow,... 
B.nj£iiEaO.BsldwiD,. 


NoTembM, laS 
June 14, isn 


B. Htlchcock, . . 
B-HiuAcw*,... 


IBliS 



Saratoga County. 

•j II. ini n Alptaooi Goodricli. 



BPslmer, I November, IS£S || 

Schienectady County, 



!G, ISIS I Bllu H 



Novamber, law 



twarC .' 

D. Lawjer]! '.'. 
Dderll.MirMl 

3ebbard, Ji.,.. 



H. llaliiTill 
Idaynard 



d Csmemi 

' A. ToHDi 

WllMn.... 



. March 2?, ISIS 
. F^7 IS, ISil 
. Narember, )SS2 



! County. 

Abraham A. Etyser.. . 
William M. Hollnn,... 
Thanaa MoAnhnr,... 

BtephsnUaban 

lAring Audrem, 

AIrisHd Oallnp 

Joha F. ilhaier, 



Schuyler County. 

>,. I November, IBM | JobaHoUell,... 

Seneea County, 

. April a, IBM ifMBLherMnrTln, 

April 6, 1818 1 John n. Sabln." 

.. Foli'y !9, ISIS j p^baMnrphj... 



Koremlwr, 1BU 



. INorember, 18BT 

. JaDurr, ISIS 
. NoTember, 1S80 



« 18!S II CKarlea W. Ingerwll,,. 

Steubin County, 

:h 81 , vm I John MelCBlfe 

'7 s] 18US William IlamlHon',..... 



394 



COUNTY CLEKKS. 



Suffolk County. 



Names* 



Ezra L'llommcdiea,. . . . 

Hull Osborn, 

Ezra L'Homraedieu, 

Charles II. Havens, .... 

Charles A. Floyd, 

Charles H. Havens, 

Charles II. Uaveus, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



January 2S, 1784 
March 15, ISln 
March 28, Idll 
Feb'y 21, 1 SI 2 
June 6, 1820 
March 6, 1821 
November, 1822 



Names. 



Joseph R. Hunlting. . . . 

George 8. Phillips, 

Samufl A. Smith, 

J. Wickham Case, 

Bei\j. T. Hutehins«>n.... 

James B. Cooper, 

Wilmot Scuduer, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



November, 
ti 

t( 
(( 

u 



u 



ISSd 
188T 

\m 

184S 
1S19 
1852 
1855 



John P. Jones, 

David Reed 

John P. Jones, 

David Reed, 

John P. Jones, 

John P. Jones, 

James Lockwood, 

Amos Ilolmes, 

Jesse M. Foster, 



Sullivan County, 

William E.Cady,.. 
Darius Martin, . . . . 
Henry W. Howell,, 
Matthew Decker,.. 

Gadd Wales, 

Philander Waring, 
James L. Stewart, , 
WiUiam HUl, 



June 1, 1809 

March 6, 1810 

Feb'y 6, 1811 

March 19, 1818 

Feb'y 18, 1815 

November, 1822 

♦' 182=) 

« 1828 

" 1881 



November, 1884 

" 1887 

« 1840 

" 1W6 

'* 1849 

" 1S52 

" 1854 

« 1657 



Thomns Nicholson,. 
Matthew Carpenter,. 
Thomas Maxwell,*.. 
Thomas Maxwell,. . . 



Tioga County, 



Feb'y 17, 1791 
January 18. 1792 
March 27, 1S19 
November, 1822 



Green M* Tuthlll, 

David Wallis, 

Moses Stevens, 

Le Roy W. Kingman, . . 



November, 



M 



1828 
18S4 
1848 
1652 



Archer Green, 

John Johnson, 

John Johnson, 

Samuel Love, 

Arthur S. Johnson, 

Wait T. Huntington, . . . . 
Wiilett B. Goddard, . . . . 



Tompkins County 



April 11, 1817 

Feb'y 14, 1821 
November, 1822 

" 1828 

» 1834 

»« 1«87 

»* 1840 



Henry B. Weaver, .... 

Ezra Weaver,* 

Norman Crittenden,../ 

Horac<* Mack, 

Ezra Weaver, 

Charles G. Day, 



November, 1848 

October 2, 1846 

November, 1846 

« 1849 

** 185« 

•« 1856 



George Clinton,* 

Christopher Tappen, . . . . 

Jacob Snyder, 

Jacob Snvder 

Charles W. Chipp, 

John Ferguson, 



Ulster County, 



Dec. 12, 1760 
May 26, 1812 
Feb'y 15, 1S21 
November, 1822 
'* 18.^4 

»« 1887 



George A. Gay, 

Joseph H. Tuthill,. 

Bcf\J. M. Hasbrouck,. * . 
John D* L. Montanye,.. 

Milton Sheldon 

John M* Schoonmaker^ 



November, 1840 

« 1848 

•• 1S46 

«« 1849 

« 18W 

« 18H 



John Beebe..*. 
William Smith, 
Myron Beach,. 



Warren County, 



March 19, 1818 
Feb'y 17, 1816 
January 28, 1817 



Seth C Baldwin, Jr.,., 
Thomas Archibald,. . 
Thomas Archibald,.., 



Feb'y 24, 18» 
Feb*7 18, 18S1 
NoTembw, 180 



> Appointed by governor* 

* Under colonial government ; C. Tappen, deputy clerk* 



COUNTY CLERKS. 



395 



Washington County — {^Charlotte before 1784.) 



Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Ebenczor Olarke, 

John McCrea, 


May 8, 1777 
April 16, 1785 
October 9, 1798 
April 7, 1806 
Feb'y 27, 18ft7 
Feb'y 8, 1808 


Matthew D. Dan vers,.. 
Matthew D. Danvers, . . 

Jesse 8. Leigh, 

Edward Dodd, 


February 24, 1821 

November, 1821 

*• 1825 

*' 18H 


Gerrit Wendell, 

Daniel Shipherd, 


John Crary. 


Henry Shipherd 

Nathaniel B. Miliiman, 


" 1848 


Daniel Shipherd, 


" 1852 



Israel J. Richardson,.., 

John Barber, Jr., 

John L. Cuyler, 

Cnllen Foster , 

James Hawley, 



John Barstow.i . . . 
Bichard Hatfield,. 
Thomas Ferris,... 
El^ah Crawford, , 
Thomas Ferris, . . , 
Elijah Crawford, , 
Thomas Ferris,... 
Elijah Crawford, . 
William Kequa, . . 



Nelson Wolcott, . 
Walter Howard,. 
Abel Webster,... 



Abraham H. Bennett, . . 

Oeorgo Shearman, 

Abner Woodworth, 

Samuel Stevens, 

David H.Buel, 



Wayr^e County, 



November, 1828 
" 1826 

« 1881 

« 1884 

«* 1889 



Daniel Chapman, 

Alexander B. Williams, 

Saxon B. Gavitt, 

Lyman Lyon, 



Westchester County. 



May 

Sept. 

January 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

June 



8, 1777 
22, 1777 
29, 1802 
10, 1808 
16, 1810 
12, 1811 
19, 1818 
16, 1815 

8, 1820 



Nehemiah S. Bates, . . . 
Nehemiah S. Bates, . . . 

Nathaniel Bayles, 

John H.Smith 

Chauncey Smith,* 

Charles A. Purdy, . . , . 
Munson L. Lockwood,. 

Robert B. Oakley, 

John P. Jenkins, 



November, 1841 

" 1849 

" 1851 

»* 1857 



February 17, 1821 

November, 1822 

" 1828 

« 1884 

December 7, 1839 

November, 1840 

" 1848 



Wyoming County, 



November, 1841 
'« 1843 

«* 1846 



Ransom B. Crlppen, ... I 
Na<han B. Currier, .... 
William H. Bailey, ....| 



M 



November, 



1848 
1849 
1865 



1849 
1868 
1866 



Yates County, 



November, 1828 
'♦ 1881 

« 1887 

« 1840 

•• 1848 



Russell R. Fargo, . . . , 

Alfl'ed Reed, 

Clarkson Martin, 

Lewis B. Graham, . . . . 



November, 1846 

♦* 1849 

« 1862 

« 1856 



> Appointed by an ordinance of convention. * Appointed by governor. 



TTndcr tlie first constitution, BherifFs and coroners were appointed 
annually by the council of appointment, and no person could 
hold cither of the offices more than four successive years. The 
sheriff could hold no other office, and must be a substantial free- 
holder in the county.' Since the revision of the constitution, in 
1821, this officer has been elected for a term of three years. Id 
the list the last named is the present iacumbeut. 





Mbany Cmmty. 










Names. 


"i-ffii-" 


Kimas. 


Wb 


"eS 


led 


Bendrkk J. WcndoU, .. 
HendrickJ. Wendoli,'.!! 


Jinuu>lS< Bol 


SiEssS; 


Fob" IS 


■\m 








J<AnO»i™i.dM, Jr. 


AMCoLBrd, 




ifrinSrifwVpdeir 
LuwreniH L. Yin Elseok 






OhrhTlnphor Bailer 


miii 


18)1 

IS! 


JiC'.b Mundoji 




im 


Sfisai;:;;;; 


WlMl»m I". Brojlo 




idu 



Allegany County. 



Jobn Oibiffli 

Jnhn llBoler 

KOmezcr Uf'le. 

JahD Mutlendcr 

JohoGlbKHi, 

JedediBb Hoblu. 

Asa LeaDnTldson,..,,. 

Jostpb Wilson 

Wmism WoodrnlT,. 

Jacob MeKtnney. 

Cheiler Pallnrun, 

Thomas WUlinoy, 

Ollrer Ilnmlnglon, 

Wllllani Chnmberlaln... 

ChBDncer Itydo 

Jmeph Paleraan 

Noa6ah.«,,.... 

Baqjamln B. MchOlL, .. 
JiH Hlnilt, Jr. 

' Oonatlbillon of 1777. 
red Oelobfr B, 



FEb'y M, 
Feb'y SI, 



I Hngh Maeeo, 

Dan<d Mcllenry,. 
■bnT. WHgh'v! 



r>n>ld Hi 

JnthuKltBllitnin^.... 

Jirab B Hnehrs- — 

, .__. V OamiiM Benjamin,.. 

WHi I Bimuel U. Cullon 

Broome County. 

e> BloddBrd, Jr.,. 



April S, 


m 






































" 





UtcbeKanl, 

Brnlamln T. Mllltr,'.. 



Janiurr li, U 
NDTomtwr, U 



l>f F 





Cattaraicffvs County. 




H.™. 


"i-AEi" 


N.»-. 


Whfn AppoinWd 




?S,' SIS 

.Tamiarj 1», 1S.1I 
(Mobcf li>: 1981 
NoTOraber, 1*81 


S.W.K.""::-.;.: 

Monto A.Orepiry,..,. 
ArtUImn Crowlfy, .... 




B«i0.mioCh.mbert;iii, 


Oftiniwr in, tM 
Ni.»cnib.r. •-« 


Buniul Bviowi, 


: 13 



Caijnija County. 



/oHpbAnnIn, .. 



Hugh«. 

jiimbT.aitaWLU.: 

JaoMbui Rlcbmond. . 

Ze>'i« Onndricb, 

CkirinH. Momll,.... 
JiUbuilel QiRow,,.. 

Arehlbiid Onon. 

Sathnnlel Onrrow, . . . . 
SaUiiDlel Onrmir 



Mxrob », mA Angiitint ]-«uil>i>ne, 
FBbV 89, 19 5 Jomph P. 8wtB, ... 
Pel)-; IS, KJA Bteplian Funehor, . 



B«iO*n)lD DdueUih. . . 



Chautauque County. 
April is' 



Noiwnber, 1823 



Jiirrls R. lei<>K, 
NmU D. Siinw 
Alphcii! P. Ill 
MUIOR SinllH, . 



An»K A. BecmiUi I Ho 



TOTnuT. 

NattainlflLoeke,... 

WtllUiin MiinrM,'.^ 



Chemung County. 

amber, 193T II WltllHinT. RwliT . 
I " ISin Danlrf 9 Pickering, 

I U IMS WHllBDi U. Ur^gg, . 

Chenango County. 

[ March S9, ins II SHmnel A. Bmlth. ., 
Angval \% 1901 ^ AniuitntC. Welcb, 
Marob I, ISW | Amoa A. FrankUu, .. 
Uanh Sg, ISOft I Jabot RnblnKW 



Bamnei CampbelC... 
Thompfrin Mead, . . , , 



FabT S, 1911 I Enoa B- llalbert, .. 
F«b'r a, leiS yjoacBli P. Chamber 
Uarch «, ISIC [ YmWxa Chorch, .. 



%. Yaa^ar^iMind. 







a;»(™ 


CW»(y. 




IliniiH. 


Whtn 


SS" 


Sume*. 


orKecWl. 


Boi^nnln MKHn 

Jol.nAd.l..m.(Ail.[MJ) 




1: IsiS 


CiMi I.iillii.r, 

Ibxwvll WIIkd 

I1«WH.1«^..: 

ThomH (IronK, 

.TimniB.SIlKtiKin;;'"! 

Sa«:;::::: 
K:;.°SX::::::: 

Xnuiiu B. UeBd, 




Itinjiinin <lniv.'>, .. 
h..uid.iifiKiii'... 

jjJrBlpiBrr,;;. 


= 1 

■* IMI 
« WD 



IiCWTwiia IIwbMin. . 
Comollai ITnffKbdoui,! . 
JohnC IIonbODDi,..., 

JolniNouiT. 

rgt«rllTaiiIlrn.>clt,.. 



Columbia County. 

U, 1IM I .iBino Warner, 

SO. 1T-<e I Himiiel R. Ho'l»in,.. 
" ■-"■ ' "limrdO. Ilollej^.. 



flnil n, ITKl I JnhnPlxleT, 

Frb'y 11, IIM ^ E<li«rJ O, flolley, 

JwHiarr SI, Itiill I Laoii'd W. Ton I&arck, 



. — ^ .J, 18O0 . 

Kfb'T " ■--■■-" " 



YrVy ' 
VfVj 
Vrii'j 
Mui-h 



FflbniiiT H im 



HvM Hopkins. . 
HoMHnnklBi,.. 

DBTldOnya 

Adin WeM... 



Cor I III ad County. 







«i, 




















■' 





AlanKin Carlcr. . . 
Ohrlillui KU...... 



Jimn C. Fonnrnr, , . 



CumbfTland (W«(y— (1777-1783.) 



Delaware County. 



Ubti BoUwM, . 















Auiti«(,u; HM 



























































John KilHiun... 
Onx^ Kni<»r..... 
!>• WIU G. Tbrnn 
DiTld Rnwlmid 

DuncuDMoDonnli),.... 



■ Appointed by omiTenllan. 



SHERIFFS. 



399 



Dutchess County, 



Names. 



Melancton Smith, ...... 

Lewis Dubois, 

Harmon Hoffman, 

John DeWitt 

John Van Benthuysen, . 

John De Wilt, 

William Radcliff, 

Kobert WiUiams 

Joseph Thorn, 

John Van Benthuysen, . 

Joseph C. Field, 

John Van Benthuysen, . 

Joseph a Field, 

Dcrick A. Brinckerhoff,. 
John KftdcBff', 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



January 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

Nov. 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 



22, 
9, 

«S. 
18, 

21, 

7, 

18, 

23, 

^ 
12, 

9, 

IN 

4, 

19, 



1778 

1781 

1785 

17S9 

1798 

1794 

1797 

1801 

1805 

1807 

1808 

1810 

1811 

1812 

1818 



Karnes. 



William Orlffln 

Gilbert Ketchnm, 

William Griffln, 

William OrifBn, 

John A. Wood, 

Obadiah Titus 

Abraham Myers, 

Thomas N. Perry, 

Stephen D. Van Wyck, 

Ttiomas N. Perry, 

Alunzo II. Mory, 

David N. Seaman, .... 

AloDZo ir. Mory, 

Henry Rickert 

1 Moses O. Sands, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



April 8, 181T 

February 9, 1819 

February 12, 1821 

November, 1822 

" 1S?5 

" 1828 

*' 1881 

1S84 

1887 

" 1840 

« 184a 

« 1846 

« 1849 

" 1862 

•* 1855 



« 

u 



Urie County. 



John G. Camp, \ FebV 4, 1821 

Wray 8. Litllefleld, November, 1822 

John G. Gamp *• 1825 

Lemuel Wosson, " 1S28 

Stephen Osbum, •♦ 1881 

Lester Bruce, ** 1^84 

Charles P. Persons, 1 ** 1887 



Lorenzo Brown, 

Ralph Rumb, 

Timothy A. Hopkins, . 

Leny Famham, 

Joseph Candee, 

Orrin Loekwood, 



November, 1840 
1848 
1S4« 
1849 
186S 
1855 



t( 



u 



«4 



£!8sex County, 



Thomas Stowcrs,.,. 
Jon.nthan Lynde,.... 
John Hoffiiagle, Jr., . 

William Kirby, 

Pelevan Delance,... 

George Throop, 

Luther Adgate, 

Boughton Lobdell, . . 

William Kirby, 

William Kirt)y 

Samuel Murdock,. . . . 



John Wood, 

Lemuel Chapman, 

Zembabel Curtis, 

James Campbell, 

John Wood, 

John Mitchell, 

John Mitchell, 

Beeve Peck, 

John Backus, 

Oren Lawrence, 1 



March 


5, 1799 


Leander I. Loekwood, . 


November, 


1828 


Feb'y 


18, 1S02 


Samuel Murdock, 


M 


1881 


March 


6, 1806 


Solomon Everest, 


« 


1884 


Feb'y 


16, 1808 


John Harris, 


<( 


1887 


Feb'y 


21, 1812 


A lanson Wilder, 


(( 


1840 


March 


5. 1818 


Cliillon A.Trimble, 


u 


1848 


Fel)'y 


1J^ 1«I5 


Norman Page, 


u 


1846 


March 


2, 1819 


Aaron B. Mack 


(( 


1840 


March 


8. 1821 


CliarU'S W. Ensign 


(i 


1852 


November, 1822 t 


Jaex>b Parraenter, 


u 


1855 


u 


1825 1 








Franklin 


County, 






March 


17, 1808 


Aaron Beeman, ...... 


November, 


1888 


Feb'y 
April 


26, 1812 


Guy Meigs, 


»t 


1886 


5, 1814 


William Andrus, 


»( 


1889 


Feb'y 


28, 1815 


Loyal C Lathrop, 


u 


1842 


March 


19, 1818 


Benjamin W. Clark, . . . 


(C 


1845 


Feb'y 


25, 1822 


Rufhs K. Stephens, 


(4 


1849 


November, 1822 


James C Drake, 


(t 


1851 


u 


1825 


James C- Sawyer, 


H 


1854 


M 


1628 


George U. Stevens, . . . . 


M 


1S57 


U 


1880 









David J. McMartin, ..< 
Knaphthalle Cllne, . . . . 
Michat*! Thompson, . . . 
Daniel Potter, , 



Fulton County, 



November, 1888 

**' 1841 

« 1844 

« 1847 



Amasa Shipple, 


November, 1860 


Elisha Bentley, 


'* 1858 


Bradford T. Simmons,. 


•• 1866 





Genetet 


County. 




,^ 


'"'•Z'^iiST^ 


»^ 




BiPhudM. Bloddud... 


ill 




*Vb™«rj, 1^1 
Novembef, isSi 


SsiMS :::::: 


Banii RDb«rtwn,' 




£?^^fi3?.:::::::; 


IW 


John WUderl!^. 


Jun«J{.]fitchell, 

AlviaPeue, 


" iSf 



Gloueetter County— (1777-1784). 

NathaDLal Merrill,* Ms; B, 1TIT 



asorae Rsle, r Uireh KL 1800 PlaU Adanu. 

Peler C. Adim., Feb'/ «, ISffJ AaronCHBU, 

Peter Qnlafaoul, Jmanjis.im John LinvaT,.... 



inpmntefakia^!!! 
ihllelghl, 



FeK 
April 



, 1819 SKnuol Ilnboli, .. 
, 81G Robert Fiilmn, ... 
, ]9l Qoargt W. Halpoli 



ifoiember, S22 Fnnkllo B. 



nnnd Brun'lidgs,... 

hmlm PhllJIpt 

ben G. Osininder, . , 



Hamilton County 



HerHmer Comity, 



Winiim Colbreath.... 

■Wllllsm <wVlwiA',!!! 
Chauncej Vooitniir,., 
^llllamK.Caok,.... 



John Mahon... ... 

Boberl Shoeoiiiker, 



. h li, 18M 

. Mircli •. 1808 

" h e, 18IB 

. _ ._ ' M, 1809 

. FebT W, 1310 

. Mirah «, 1811 

. Feb^ Vt, 1818 



Hrphea HmlMt, 

li^beu HullMt, 

John DigrH, 

JohnGnvH, 

Frederick F. II1Uln«er 
Fruida E- Bplnner, .. 
HiephenW. Brawn, .. 
wmismO.Cnda,.... 



«, IS12i reriored Jul/ 1!, lUt. 





Jeffertou 


C(Mt»(y. 




k™. 


^^l^^ 


NUQH. 


Wben AppoiDled 


SyfSi;., :::::: 


M^A IS. 809 

ltd S iii 


Ilemm MIII.M 

Cfciiunc'? Baker, 

AlUerlP.BrKjioBl'.!!" 

l-JZ'SSf:;::-:. 
SSSlISi-:::::; 


NoTBmbw. (Wl 


DsTid L Andrui, 


" 8M 


DsTld I.Andrua, 


: a 


JsrsSiir..::: 


" 18SS 


S.'-A'?:^.-.:::::: 


raKS'.:.:.-:::: 


SMS 






Wintaml). Creed,.. 
JahnDean 

Junea T. Beigea, .. 









■?-i, r 














































»" 


1 , 1 



S'inffS County. 

■Tame* T. Bmreii, , . 
• ■ "■:MoS, 



lohn T, Bergen, 

John Van DiBB, '.'.'.'.'. 

;i9T WilliKmM.UdBll,.... 

l^rM FrHscliB. Rlrlker, ... 

ini Winiani '1enkln>. 

iCJ Daniel Tan Vom^Lea,. 

„„ ■--■-iwB.Hodgea,... 



Ennleb. 



1813 Jero 






eEj«r« 



Bnrd.'t SIr;kcr. 



Noyambar, 18 
" 16 

" 18 

March IB, IS 



Ehod Stoptiena, .. 
CMIosDniT,'!'.!!! 



SylTHler Ml 



, Aprir 3, 
'. Feb'T is! 



Livingston Covnty. 



Gideon T.JenWn., 1 

WiniwnCamahu^ 






I^Kh' 




irmiai 





Hugh McCannef, . 



SHERIFFS. 
Maditan County. 



Jmnilah Whipple,.. 

lilUih ITitu. 

iiAa MMliana 

Ucim MajDvd,. . . . . 



Joseph 8. Priqier,. 



[btuIi U. 1811 
itreb ik IBIS 



Monroe Court (//._ 



Montyoaiery County — {Tryon County before 1784.) 



Anlhonir Tan Veghlen,! 
Smnnel Clyda). 



uniiiVuVlesk-. 

MlUldntli 

a Uelulyn, 



. B«i)i WMmorv.... 
I Selb Welinore,... 









Tliamaa Bumi, 

Lymlft Ji>acifL 

i EUwln W, Brwla,.... 

Birnu; Becler, 

Llviiigiuia Spnker,.. 
I Abnm UoinBAIl,.. .. 



Jnooh jr>ha LaDBLn^. 



UorrU,... 



New -York County, 



Jowph 4>iii«taat,... 
WulbinUnlliiiK,.... 
Bat^mln FecrTt,.., 
Kdwu>l Duiueomb,. 

Bei4*inlii Ferrli,. 

TboiuiK. Maroaln, 

BImon tJoM. 

BusflH Ilubbvd, 



FcbV 


l^'ll^ 
























1,1807 






















April 





ssy! 



' Rnlgncd, Maicb SO, ITSi. 



UHERIFFS. 



Niagara County, 



Svam. 


Wh™ Appoint d 
or E\eo[«d. 


NUDO. 


"■s.',ai- 


eanwHmi'jVV.''.::;: 


Uuch 20, 1S08 

Miroh b; ISU 
Feb'T 18, IfilS 


Hl™niMcNI.I, 

Georee Reyn»ll 

T«m'rUne T. Koberb,. 

Theiidore Slans, 

Jim« A. Cooper. 


BOYBiaber, 1880 
I§88 


^rn^Clupln, 


13S» 










HT-i;-.".".-?!:.;:: 


ch^rll'S'hVny,;:'": 

BenJimln Fmicv 


-11107 SI. 9S1 


John PtalULpi, 


8W 



Juiaa.K)pp-... 
BwuOa IferAU,- ■ 
Juneg S. Klpp, . . . . 
ApoHn* OouiKr, . . . 



Jutan E- IlinmiiD,.,. 



Ablulierlliili,'!!^ 

ShuUiwi Bwcn,. , 
SbeiuBr It. Uawl 
BlUihPlimipi,... 
SatwrtEuil. 

HII^-KJ'* 



nuiii Bull 

BoWtliar 



One' da County. 

Murch ie. ]T!>4 

Not. i, 13(10 

Nor, 10, l«M„ 

Feb'J 91, ISIlT I DaTtd 



FtVi 



, „ ,1 TheoJor 

Feb^ M. liU ImslS. .. 

FebJ S, ISIl I'slmsr T. Kallon, 



M.Molt, 



, 1619 LeMurBi 



Onondaga County. 



itMl6H U, ITM 
Kob'r 17, ll»8 



Minih ta. 18 10 



KilliaL.FhllKlM,.. 



■ 18| ISil I 

Ontario County. 



Boger SpnwuBi -. 
Benjunrn SaKon 
BMptacn Bile*. .. 



Stephen Balei, 

Wllllun Sbepird, ... 

HuhinLel Aaen 

Pklnehu P, Bales -. 



. Febiy 
. FebT 
. Feblr 



,logEtib ani^UiihoDH,.. 

"-roa H. Clorll, 

inLaoipon, 



'd b7 goTemoT. e. Hill, deceaied. 



prrKded ; declined, and P. 



404 



SHEKIFFS. 



Orange County, 



Names. 



Isaac NIcoU.^ .... 

"WIHinm W.Thompson, 

llezckiah Howell, 

Thoa)a9 Waters, 

Bi'^Jumin Jackson,.... 
Thomas Waters, ....... 

John Blake, 

John Blake, Jr., 

William A. Clarke, . . . . 

Benjamin Strong, 

John G. Horton 

Benjamin Strong, 

Bcr\)amin Sears, 

Thomas S. Lockwood, . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Sept 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

August 

Jan'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 



24» 1777 
2-2, 1781 
9, 17S5 
28, 1789 
11, 1793 

27, 1797 
8, ISO I 

18, 1808 
18, 1806 
16, 1809 

28, 1810 

5, 1811 

6, 1813 
28, 1315 



Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Moses De Witt Burnett, 

Nathaniel P. Hill, 

AmziL-Ball 


February 9, 
February 15, 
November, 

u 
tt 
tt 
tt 

M 

tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 


1S19 
1S21 
18^ 


Sta4iy Beakes, 


iS-'ft 


Joshua Conger, 

James llulse 


1823 
1881 


Charles Niven, 

Edward L. Welling,... 
David Sease, 


1884 
1^7 
1840 


Adam H. Linsabaugh,. 
E<tward L. Welling,... 
John Van Etten, Jr., . . 

Adam Lilbum, 

1 WiUiam 11. Houston, . . 


184S 
1846 
1849 
1853 
1855 



Oliver Benton, ... 

William Allis, 

llarmcm Goodrich, 
Asahel Woodruffe, 
John Board man, . 
Horace B. Perry, . , 



Orleans County. 



November, 1825 

" 1828 

" 1831 

«* 1835 

« 1838 

« 1341 



Abram Beebee, . . . . 

Austin Day 

Rufus E. Hill, 

FredinaU'l A. Day, , 
George W. BedcU,., 



November, 1844 

*• IMT 

" 1850 

" lb5a 

»* ISM 



John S. Davis, 

Peter Pratt, 

Orris IJart, 

Orris Hart, 

Asa Dudley, 

Hastings Curtiss, 

William Hale, 

Jonathan Case, ......... 

Jabez H. Gilbert 



Oswego County. 



March 21, 1316 

Feb'y 4, 1S20 

Feb'y 18, 1S21 

November, 1822 

" 1825 

« 1828 

« 1881 

»« 1884 

« 188* 



Norman Bowe 

Marinus W. Matthews,. 

Horatio J. Carey, » 

Alvin Lawrence, 

Norman Rowe, 

George W. Stillwell,... 

Rnfus Hawkins, 

Charles A. Perkins, . . . . 



Novembw, 
t* 

Dee. 6, 

November, 
t* 



1940 
184S 
1844 
1815 
184S 
Ibfil 
1854 
1867 



Otsego County, 



Richard R.Smith, 

Benjamin Gilbert, 

Samuel Dickson, 

Ber^amin Gilbert, 

Uriah Luce, 

Benjamin Gilbert, 

So'omon Martin, 

Arnuiih Melcalf, 

Ber\]amtn Gilbert, 

Isaiic Williams, Jr., . . . . 

William Sprague, 

James Hawks 

J'ascal Francnott, .... 
Beth Chase, 



Feb'y 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

Jane 



17, 1791 
80, 1792 
11, 1793 

21, 1794 
6, 1793 

16, 1799 
29, 1802 

22, 1806 
26, 1310 
36, 1811 
28, 1818 
28, 1815 

6, 1819 
6, 182U 



J< 'seph B. Walton, .... 
Joseph B. Walton, .... 

John H. Hiser, 

Harvey W. Babcock, . . 

DonF. Herrlek, 

Levi Judson, 

Halsey Spencer, 

Henry Jones, 

Amos Wlnjor, 

John Brown, 

Jonas Platner, 

Beth W. Field, i 

Harmon Edmonds, .... I 
Thomas Heath 



tt 



lebmarylfi) 1821 

November, 188S 

«* 18« 

18IB 

1881 

*• 18M 

*« 1881 

*• 1840 

•• \m 

•« 1S4I 

•« 1848 

•• ICAI 

•■ 1891 

•• IttT 



> Jesse Woodhull was apptcd by convention. May 8, 1777 bat wu not ofMnmiMloMA 
* Appointed by governor, v. Matthews, deceased. 





Putnam 


Cown(y 




N«ra(». 


'Wssi""'! »— 


"w'kIIS^''** 


ESii-s^r'^'^- 


June 18, lan ThomM W Tajlor, . . . 






sS-Jiis"""""'""'" 

June 10^ m 


William W Taylor, ... 








BdnrdBaolibee,' !!!!!! 


HarvoyM«d, 

CbaiteaT.Brewilar,... 


«i>„''ia 


ESSUalOQie, 





JohnB. HIcki... 

Junea Mltcball, . . 
MIobalu Vjokot 
JobnB. Hloka,... 
Jonelban Honrud 
■ inB. Htck%... 



Jimalban 



Alben Pawling. 

VUlLam OaUleland, .. 

Junea Dole, 

Motet Ylil, 

lOehaal Henrr, 



llKXDat Turni 
Hotea Molllt,. 



Daniel duten. 



'. Te§J mI ism 
, Marrb 16, 1310 



Coanly. 

SamuBlMoU,... 



John SImrHUon,.. 
Tbomat Tndnell, 
Elbert Tod voD, . 
JooaihtnT FnnD 
John A. BearlDg^. 



Kobert B. Beabgr;, 

George*. Downing.... 
Bernard HaodrLcuon,. 



Rensselaer Cmmty. 



FebT 18, 17M 



Mn»n Watren, 
Hoses Warren. 



P. Haa^n.''. 

AugnuuPUley,....'^ 
ComellniBcbgyler,.. 



OldeoD Beynnldi, .. 
QllberlCropeey,.... 
Abraham rfhiibect, 



Richmond County. 



March «, 18M 

Uarch aa.1811) 

Pel-'. B. 1811 

April 8, ISIS 

Feb'T IS, 1819 

llarch S. ISig 



' Appolnied by gorernor, e. TsyltH-, d 



t'.'fc.Vi 



SUEEIFFS. 
Rockland County. 



Slim* 


"WS" 


m™». 


^'s'ssr 




March el, 17119 
Aprl. 0, 17» 
Vcb-j HO, ISliO 
F*b^ 87. 181W 
Ffb-T ». 1908 
March S, ISIO 

S^l. '1 1111 


H«mnj BiMvcli; 

JohnC.BIaBTe't,!!!!!! 
Archibald CuHdT,.... 

Hanrj L. Sherwood,... 
John H, Biepbeni 






IGH 




: IS 






?SS;2X*.;:":- 


" ISO 


JohnB-Ilulng^!!;;!!!: 




« ISO 
" im 



Elliha TlbbclL 

TlnHnaaJ.UavlM,.... 

John Bnyd, 

ThumuJ.CivIa,.... 
JoMBhTork 

CbulM D. BBymaud, . 
Chirlet 1>. Uaymond, . 
Levi Lockwood, ....... 



nil 



St. Lawrence County. 



Uuch 














































81ft 



Henri Birber,.,., 

BsubenNoU, 

Paine ConTene,.., 



Jamb Fort, Jr., Feb; 

DnuvLFonda, Feb^ 

Hairy Dmia, Jan'y 

Setb V. BbMwId, Aurnst 



lies Johnnunal'ig^... 



Auhcl Poner, Fob'y 

Kalbanlel Kslohum,.... Fvb'y 
h Keletanpi, Jan'y 



I9IU luaflFr: 

IBlI Thonna-.,., 

ISia Theodore w. Sunders, 



JamHHrlibln Feb'r IT, iii Wlllliuu T aeymaDT.i 

JbhnDunnlng, Feb'y 18. ill 9 Henry H. Haltiorn, . . 

John B.MOU, Feb'f 1% m PUlip U. HoOcDmc,. 



JunuiT B, UN 
NDnmbMr, IBBi 



Schenectady County, 



LtirlaKaton, .!...!!!!! 

A VanWycl 

J. F. D. Vidder, 

Oemhom Van Vo«l,... 



Fob'y M, Sia DafidF.Saea, 

Feb-jr Ig, gin Anthony H. V»n Hlyok, 
,-_,._ ,„ ... ,_.._^ "inYoart,,. 



JohDF.Cluui, 

NlehoUgUnwkt,.... 
PbillpH. Dedrlek,!.. 
Obadlab L. SefOmt, 



■ Appolnled by goremor, I 



SHESIFFS. 
Schoharie County. 



.™. 


When Appolnlod 


Nan«. 


"AM?- 


Jacob tawyw, Jr, 


Jnne 10, 1I9B 

a -SIS! 

Auguat B, 1801 
Ociuber », leoi 

ill 

Much lo| 1313 
Much fl, 1618 
April IS, 18U 
Feb'i as. leiB 
Feb'y S, 1BIB 

Fab-i la, laai 


E, Van"Horne, '..'.'.'.'.'.'. 

frSiiSffi:::::: 
S::aSSS :::::::; 


Norember, 18» 


gSi;::;; 


■ 18M 


Paler Svart,Jr, 

ai=S-=r:::::: 
Ki",-ai's::::::: 

AbndiaraKeni^Jr.,... 

coiuiuii Brawn,.. :::::: 


lf™rjFMann.Jr.,' 

St'i"'.::::::: 


: !IS 


John V. Strrker 

David D.L.'McCdlloch, 
Frederlolt Bowler, 


: 1 



aiTUi K. UudeTUle, Jr.,1 JuT as, 13U « 



I«la BlrduD, 

John Tan Turl, 

Lewi* Birdaall, 

Jaonb L. Luzslen^ 

Jo^nb B. ChapDiui,. . . . 
ThonuaAnnatnng,...,. 

lanal W. Sqntna, 



April a, ISM 
March S, aiJ-S 
Feb'j- 20. IslO 



Noiember,' W& 



« RorltAfi, ...... 

!l W. Squlrail!. 



NaibanielH. Hoi.. ■.- 
BenJuuin'W.Adaina,.. 

Hnvb Chapnun... 

Aa^R.i!rheeler,.... 
Horace Tracy... 
Blepbcn CompaM,. 




408 



SHERIFFS 



Suffolk County, 



Names. 


^hen Appointed 
or Elected. 


Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Thomas Wickes, 

Bilas Halsey 

Thnmas Wickes^ 


Feb'y 

Sept, 

Fer>'y 

.Tan'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

Mar<-h 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

March 


4, 17fi4 
29. 1787 

4, 1792 
25, 1798 
15, 1797 
2.% 179<» 
81, 18n8 

2, 1807 

1, 1808 
15, 1810 
14, 1811 
12, 1818 
IG, 1814 

8, 1815 
18, 1819 


Abraham IT. Gardiner,. 
Abrahnm II. Gardiner,. 
Samuel Smith 


Feb'y 
Novenil 

u 

K 

(( 
tt 
tt 
u 
tt 

May 

Noveml 
tt 

M 

tc 


17, 1-21 
»er, 1S22 


Phinehas Carll 


Abraham H. Gardiner,. 
Itirhard W.Smith, .... 
Silas Horton, 


ISil 


John Brush. 


ISM 


Phinehas Carll 


l^Sl 


Josinh Reeves 


Sumucl .Miller 


1S4U 


Phinehas Smith 

Josiah Reeves. 


David C Brush, 

Henry T. Penny, 

David R. Rose,* 

David R. Rose 

John Clark, 8d, 

Samuel Phillips, 

George F. Carman, .... 


1S46 


Be^jnmin Brewster, — 
Josiah Reeves, 


80, 1S46 
>er, 1S46 


Bei^jarain Brewster, 

Nathaniel Conklin, 

Josiah Reeves. 


1&49 
l&M 

18&6 


Samuel Carll, 





Sullivan County, 



tJiiiah Lockwood, i 


June 


1. 


1809 


John Roosa 


March 
Feb'y 


5, 
5, 


1810 


Uriah Lockwood, 


ISll 


John Roosa. 


March 


19. 


1813 


David Hammond, 


March 


6, 


1S15 


Elnathan Sears, 


Mareh 


2, 


1819 


MaharW. Horton, 


Ffb'y 


12, 


1821 


Mahar W. Horton,. ^ .... 


November, 


1822 


Darid Hammond 


tt 




1825 


Richard D. Childs, 


ft 




1828 



MahonW Horton,. 

Joseph Grant 

.Tohn G. (hilds, .... 

Felix Kelly, 

William Guman,. . . , 

Neal Benson 

James 8. Wells, 

John C. llolley, 

Ares B. Leroy, , 



November, 


1891 


u 


1S84 


u 


1887 


u 


1840 


tt 


184S 


tt 


1846 


it 


1U8 


u 


1858 


tt 


18S6 



Tioga County. 



James McMasters, 

Joseph Hinchman, 

Ed ward Edwards, 

Guy Maxwell, 

John Cantine, 

William Woodruff, 

William Jenkins, 

Jonathan Piatt, 

Miles Forman 

Jonathan Piatt, 

Miles Forman, 

El^ah S. Hinman, 

Henry Wells, 



Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 

January 

January 

April 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

April 

March 

July 



17, 1791 

18, 1795 

19, 1799 

18, 1800 

19, 1804 
28, 1S05 

6, 1806 

16, 1810 
8, ISll 
8. 1818 

17. 1815 
27, 1819 

8, 1819 



Miles Forman. 


Feb-*y 


24, ini 


William Jenkins, 


November, 18ti 


E. Shoemaker, 


tt 


18» 


Henry McCormick 


u 


18» 


Lyman Covell, 


tt 


18S1 


John Jackson 


u 

It 


18M 


Prentice Ransom, 


18S9 


Robert L. Fleming, .... 


It 


1840 


Charles R. Barntow, . . . 


tl 


1848 


John J. Saekctt, .. 


tt 


1S4f 


Nathan H. Woodford,. 


M 


tS4« 


RobbinsD. Willard,... 


St 


\m 


Samuel Mills. 


M 


1^ 



Henry Bloom, .... r . . 

Nieoll Halsey, 

Nicholas Townley,. . 
Nicholas Townley,.. . 
Et)enezer Yickery , . . . 
Thomas Robertson,. . 

Peter Hager 2d, 

Minos McGowen, . . . . 



Tompkins County 



Jane 26, 
March 2, 
Feb'y 12, 
November, 



tt 

tl 



It 



1817 
1819 
1821 
1822 
1835 
1828 
1831 
1884 



Jehlcl Ladlow, 

Edward L. Porter,. 
Ephraim Lobar,.. . 
John P. Andrews,. 
Charles C. Howell,. 
Lewis H. Yankirk,. 
Richard J. Ives,... 
Smith Robertson,.. 



NiiVMnber, 1817 

•* 1S» 

» 18a 

" 18fi 

•• vm 

« last 



> Appointed by governor, r. Penny, deceased. 







UMer 


Counlg. 




Nmm. 


-ras'i ».- 


WbeaAppolnM 


RKSSft;.::;:: 


Jmumi 

1 

Uanh 


1 

t, am 

■li 

as 


Ah'm Cmlln*, 

ilcarph Ddvo, 

SnaSii;,:::: 
KJ?»r.-&.vv::; 


Ftb'j- 9, ISIJ 


ggMrtDninood,. .... 
MSsi* Teomini, 


■| ' IHBi 




BolDinonB.BlUnE, 

Derlsk DoboU, 

aVriSfc;;:::: 
















Cbsrlet Brayn 

iHicDnboU..: 

ChumBnijn, 




Mmirlflc Wotu, 





H«lt7 Bnnc«r, . ■ ■ . . 

Jotgph TdR. 

AMHnill AMrich^... 
Jmrat* L< Thnnoao,. 
Falstlih Bleharda,... 



'Benrr Spneer. 



imillnn HcCoMlatcT, , 
ndreir IThile, '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 



, Jowph BuBsoll, ... 
FebY IT, JBK I 'Hmnlhy Bnwnuii,. 
"— •■ ■" ■"-" Blephdi--— - 



rimixhy Rowi 

Ine Allen.'? 
dull Person,' 



Wuskington County. 



Feb'j ; 

fXj i 
FefJ ; 
Mireb 

FebV ■ 

FebT 

Much 



.tjBMTT IT, 
NoTember, 



Werren F. Hitohcoak, 

Dmrlns Sherrlll,. 

Benjimln Fenia, 



WlllliunA.BiUMlL... 
lames H.OnndBllT... 
Hu([h aOawen. 



Caliln D. rnlnie 
Trnman lltmlnn 



Wayne County. 



410 



SHEHIFFS — SUBROGATES. 



Westchester County. 



Names. 



John Thomas, 

Jesse Hunt, 

John Thomas, 

PhUlpPell 

Thomas Thomas, 

Samuel Haight, 

Elias Newman, 

William Barker, 

Jonathan Ward, 

Daniel Delevan, 

Joseph Hatfleld, 

St John Constant, 

Kiyah Ward, 

Bt. John Constant, 

Lorman Cook, 

William R. Oroger, 

Boswell Oardlner, 

Abraham Smith, 

Miles Benham, 

Alfired Brown, 

Ralph Ketchnm, 

Uriah Hanford, 

Jeremiah B. Andrews,. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Jannarj 

March 

March 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'T 



6, 1778 

29, 17S1 

9, 17S5 

18, 1787 
22, 1788 
21, 1792 

1, 1796 
26, 1799 
17, 1802 

19, 1806 
28, 1807 
10, 1808 
16, 1810 
12, 1811 
26, 1812 



Names. 



Zabud Jnne, 

Lyman Cook. 

Ward B. Howard, 

John Townsend, 

A llan McDonald 

David D. Webbers, .... 

Aaron Brown,. ■ 

Joseph H. Anderson, . . 

Amos T. Hatfleld, 

Joseph Ly(<n, 

William H. Briggs, 

James M. Bates 

Benjamin D. Miller, . . . 
Alsop H. Lock wood, . . 
Daniel H. Little, 



When Apfx^ted 
or Elected. 



March 16, 181B 

February 25, 1818 

February 14, 1821 

November, 182S 

'♦ 1325 

" 1<« 

•« 18« 

•» 1884 

" 1887 

** 1841 

" 1848 

**' 1841 

•« 184» 

« 1869 

"* 186B 



Wyoming County, 



November, 1841 
" 1W3 

" 1846 



Timothy H. Buxton,. . . 

James Moffett, 

Newcomb Demary, Jr., 



November, 1841 
«* 18M 

•• 1866 



Yates County, 



November, 


1822 


u 


1881 


it 


1834 


M 


1887 


M 


1840 



Smith L. Mallory, . 
Martin Holmes, . . . 
Georee Wagoner, , 
Nathaniel Squires,. 
Daniel Lanning, .. 



November, 



1848 
1846 
184» 
1998 
18S6 



PREROGATIVE COURT.— SURROGATES. 

The proving of wills, under an act of the general assembly, 
passed November 11, 1692, was vested in theffovernor, who dele- 
cted his powers to persons in different counties. The Court of 
Probate, as in England, was under ecclesiastical authority, whence 
the device of its seal — the bishop's mitre, of which we give an 
engraving. The colonial secretary was register to this court, 
ihe fees of which formed an important part of his emoluments. 
€k>vernor Tryon, shortly before the revolution, transferred his 
business to Edward Fanning, his private secretary, but the latter 
appealed to the crown, and obtained an order for its restoration.' 
liie Court of Probates was continued in the first constitation,* 
the judge being appointed by the council, with like powers with 
the colonial governor, and continued till abolished, March 81, 



* April 18, 17T4. Oommlssioat, toI. tI, page 128, secretary** offlee, TrifitPiL 
ment 44, p. IS. 



SURROGATES. 



411 



1 823, by an act directing its records to be deposited in the secre- 
taires oflSce. 

Surrogates were appointed for an unlimited time by the council 
of appointment, until 1821, when the appointing power was given 
to the governor and Senate, and the term limited to four years. 

The constitution of 1846 directs the duties of surrogate to be 
performed by the county judge, excepting those counties whose 
population exceeds 40,000, in which the Legislature may provide 
for the election of a separate officer to perform the duties of sur- 
rogate. Such an officer has been elected in the following counties^ 
Albany, Cattaraugus (since 1857), Cayuga, Chautauque, 



VIZ 



Columbia, Dutchess, Erie, Jeflferson, Kings^ Monroe, New- York, 
Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario (since 1852), Orange, 
Oswego, Otsego, Queens (since 1857), Rensselaer, St. Lawrence, 
Saratoga, Ulster, Washington and Vit estchester. Surrogates are 
allowed to take the acknowledgment of deeds, and to administer 
oaths, in the same manner as county judges.' 



Judges of the Court of Probates. 



Names. 



Tlutmaa Tredwell, 

Peter Ogilvie, 

Leonard Qansevoort,. . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



March 

April 

April 



!«, 17T8 
6, 1787 
5, 1799 



Names. 



John Ghamplin, 

T. Van WycK Graham,. 
I Gerrit Y. Lansing, . . . . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



February 11, 1811 
March 16, 181S 
July 8, 1810 



Surrogates in the Several Counties 



Albany County, 



■Names. 



John De Peystcr, 

Henry Oothoadt, 

John De I'eyster Donw, 
Abraham G. Lansing, . . 

ElishaDorr, 

John H. Wendell, 

Bichard Lush 

-John H.Wendell 

Christopher C. Yatea,. . . 



Lake Godspeed, 

Alexander Dautrcmont, 

Daniel Lawrence, 

Ziephaniah Z. Oaswell,.. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. " 



March 

April 

April 

March 

April 

March 

June 

March 

April 



S8, 1778 
4, 1782 
4, 17»2 

18, 1787 
12, 1808 

6, 1810 

11, 1811 

8, 1818 

19, 1815 



Names. 



Ebenezer Baldwin, . . . 
Abraham Ten Eyck,Jr., 
Thomas A. Brigden,. . . 
Anthony Blanchard, . . . 

Moses Patten, 

Anthony Blanchard,. . . 
Lewis Kenedict, Jr.,. .. 

O. H. Chittenden, 

James A. McKown, ... 



Allegany County} 



April 7, 1807 

Jnne 6, 1812 

March 28, 1818 

June 27, 1815 



Samnel C. Wilson,. 
John G. Ck>llin8,... 
Samnel C. Wilson, , 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



July 7, 1819 

Febniar7l9, 1S81 
April 11, 18» 
April 9, 1881 
Fcbmnry28, 1840 
February 28, 1844 
June, 1847 

November, 18C1 
1865 



(t 



April 12, 1881 
January 24, 1840 
February 14, 1844 



» Chapter 176, Laws of 1S61. 

* Since 1847 the duties of sum^^te have been performed by the county Judge In thii 
county* 



412 



8URKOGATES. 



Broome County} 



Names. 



Eleazer Dana, . . . 
Peter Robinson,. 
George Park, . . , 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Names. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



April 8, 1806 
Fcb'y 12, 1S21 
March 27, 1823 



JoBoph K. Rngg, . . . 
Hamilton G-illier,... 
John £. Diclsinson, , 



Cattaraugus County} 



Jeremy Woostcr, ... 

Walter Wood, 

Jeremy Wooster,... 



March 28, 1817 
Juno 1, 1S20 
Fcb'y 12, 1821 



Mo9>-8 Beeoher. 

Robert II. Shankland,. 
Allen D.8cott, 



Cayuga County, 



Glen Cuyler, 

Eleazer Burnham, 

Glen Cnyler, 

Eleazer Burnham, 

Seneca Wood 

Bei^jamin L. Cuyler, . . . . 

John Porter, 

Thomas Y. How, Jr.,. .. 



March 

Fcb'y 

Feb'y 

Fel)'y 

June 

Feb'y 

March 

March 



14, 1799 
5, 1811 
26, 1818 
28, 1815 
7, 1820 
U, 1821 
12, 1823 
18, ISiO 



Ger-ge H. Wood, 

Charles B. Perry, 

Ja«ob R. How, 

Jacob R How, 

Solomon Giles,* 

Campbell W. Haynes,' 
Jacob R. How, 



February 12, 1886 
February 19, 1810 
Febroary 19, 1844 



April 16, 1830 
February 9, 1888 
AprU 23, 1667 



April 14, 1840 

February 15, 1844 

June. 1847 

November, 1851 

" 1852 

" 1866 

" 1855 



Chautauque County, 



Squire White, 

Daniel G. Garnsey,. 

William Smith, 

William Smith, Jr.,. 

Austin Smith, 

OnsellCook 



Feb'y 

July 

Feb'y 

March 

January 

March 



9, 18U 

6, 1819 

20, 1821 

27, 1828 

17, 1841 

18, 1844 



Orton Clark, 

Emory F. Warren, . . . 
Francis S. Edwards,' 
Charles F. Matteson,'. 
Albert Bichmcmd, . . . . 



June, 1P47 

November, 1851 

" 1852 

« 1865 

" 1855 



Lyman Covell, 
James Dunn,.. 



Chemung County} 

May 4, 18S6 jl Bem^ah B. Paino,. 
May 4, 1840 



May 



4,1844 



Chenango County} 



John L. Mercereau,. 

James Birdsall 

David Buttolph 

John Tracy , 

Nathan Chamberlin, . , 



Theodoras Piatt, 

Thomas Tred well 

St. John B. L. Skinner,. 



Ktl'an K.YanRensselaer, 

Philip L. Hoffknan, 

James I- Van Allen,. . . . 

Martin Van Buren, 

James Yanderpod, 

lames I. Van Allen, .... 
Abraham M. Van Buren, 



March 
March 
March 
March 
July 



22, 1798 

25. 1811 

16; 1818 

6, 1815 

8, 1819 



John Randall, 

John Tracy, 

Smith M. Purdy, . . . 
Samuel McKoon, . . . , 
Roswell Jadson 



Clinton County} 



March 7, 1788 
March 14, 1307 
Feb'y 8, 1881 



St. John B L. Skinner, 

Eleozer Miller, 

George W. Palmer, .... 



Columbia County, 



April 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

April 

Sept 



18, 1786 
28, 1791 

2, 1804 
20, 1803 

19, 1818 
8, 1816 

14, 1828 



John Gaul, Jr., 

William H. Tobey, ... 
Joseph D. Monell,. . . . 
Charles B. Dakber,. . , 

ElUahPayn, 

Robert B. MoneU, .... 



June 7, 1920 

March 7, 1821 
January 11, 1888 
December 1, 18S7 
January 80, 1848 



January 80, 1S87 
January 84, 1840 
January 84, 1814 



January 10, 1887 
January 88, 1841 
January 84, 1845 
June, 1847 

Noveoiber, ISftl 



> Since 1847 the duties of surrogate have been performed by the county Jmlge in lUt 

county, 
s Sptvslal surrogate. 

' Appointed special surrogate, November 80, v. Edwards* 
< Judge and snerifT the same, fh>m 1847 to 1857. 



SUBBOOATES. 



413 



Cortland County} 



Karnes. 



John McWhorter, 

Head Merrill,.... 

Lather F. Stevens, 

Adin Webb, 

Jabez B. Phelps, 

Anthony Marrin, 

John B. Oregory, ....... 

Amos Doaglaas, 

BobertNorth 

Gilbert Li vingston, . . . . . 

Anthony Holfman 

Gilbert Livingston 

James Tallmadge, Jr., . . 

Thomas J. Oalcley, 

George Bloom, 

Phik> Raggles 

Derricic B. Stockholm, . . 



Boswell Chapin, 

Ebenezer Johnson, 

Martin Chittenden, 

Israel T. Hatch, 

Samuel Caldwell, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



April 

April 

March 

March 

March 



8, 1808 

8, 1810 
4, 1811 

9, 1816 
27, 1828 



Names. 



Charles W. Lynde, 

Townsend Ross, 

Anthony Freer, 

Adin Webb 

Anthony Freer, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



April 

March 

May 

May 

May 



15, 1883 
9, 1889 
4, 188« 
4, 1840 
4, 1844 



Delaware County} 



March 20, 1797 

Feb'y 12. 1811 

March 9, 1818 

Feb'y 16, 1815 



Amasa Parker, 

Charles Hathaway,. . 
Nelson K. Wheeler,. 



Dutchess County, 



June 

March 

March 

Nov. 

Keb'y 

March 

March 

Feb'y 



16, 


1778 r 


28, 


1785 


18, 


1787 


», 


1804 


9, 


1810 


11, 


1811 


19, 


1818 


16, 1815 ij 



John Brush 

Ebenezer Nye, 

James Hooker, 

Robert Wilkinson 

Virgil Du Bonesteel, . . . 
John P. H. Tall man,.. 
John P. H. Tallmam,.. 
Edgar Thorn, 



Brie County. 



Feb'y 17, 1821 
Fcb'y 19, 1828 
Feb'y 24, 1882 
January 11, 1833 
July 6, 1886 



Thonww C. Love, 

Peter M. Vosburgh,.. . . 

Peter M. Vosburgh 

Charles 0. Norton, Jr.,. 
Abram Thorn, 



Essex County} 



William Gilliland,. 
James McCrea,.... 
Thomas Tredwell, . 

Ezra C. Gross, 

Ashley Pond,. 



March 24, 1800 
October 29, 1801 
March 14, 1807 
Feb'y 18, 1815 
March 2, 1819 



John Calkins, 

Augustus C. Hand, . . . . 

Orlando Kellogg, 

Robert W. Livingston,. 



April 8, 1889 

April 18, 1&40 
April 18, 1844 



July 9, 1819 

March 1, 1821 

March 7, 1823 

Feb'y 10, 1840 

Feb'y 10, 1844 

June, 1847 
November, 1851 

" 1865 



January 15, 1841 
January 24, 1849 
June, 1847 

November, 1851 
« 1855 



March 8, 1821 

April 15, 1831 

January 24, 1S40 

January 24, 1844 



Joshua Nicholls, 

Albon Man 

Ebenezer Brownson,.. .. 



Franklin County} 

March 28, 1S08 f James B. Spencer,. 
April 7, 1814 \ Sidn»'y Lawrence,.. 
July 8, 1816 11 Martin L. Parlin,.. 



April 
Nov. 
March 



16, 1823 
14, 1887 
81, 1348 



Fulton County} 



Archibald McFarland, July 17, 1888. 

Genesee County} 



Jeremiah E* Munson, . 

Bichard Smith 

Andrew A. Ellicott,.^ 

Bichard Smith, 

Andrew A. EUicott,. . . 



April 
April 



9, 1804 
8, 1805 



March 28, 1311 
March 10 1812 
April 17, 1815 



Ebenezer Mix,. . 
Harvey Putnam,. 
Timothy FUch, . . 
Samuel WiUett, . 



Feb'y 
May 
May 
May 



14, 182! 
28, 1840 
25, 18<t 
95, 1848 



> Since 1847 the duUes of surrogate have been performed by the county Judge in this 

county. 

> Did not qualify. 

•*35 



414 



SURROGATES. 



Names. 



John H. Cuyler, . . . . 
Dorranco Kirtland,. 
John Adams, 



Greene County} 



When Appointed { 
~- Elected. 



or 



March 29, ISOO 
June 18, 1806 
March 15, 1810 



Names. 



Dorrance Kirtland, 
Malbone Watson,.. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Feb»y 5, 1811 
April 18, 1888 



Hamilton County} 



Thomas 11. Kline, j Fcb'y 28, 1S38 

Isaac Brown, I July 7, 1840 



Isaac J. Yanderwarker,! Feb*y 10, 1848 
WilliamK.yanAruum,| May 12, 1846 



Moses De Witt, 

Dan Chapman, 

Abijah Tambling 

Nathaniel S. Benton, 



Benjamin Skinner,. 
John M Canfleld . . 

Elisha Camp, 

David Perry, 

Lytnan Munson,... 
Bi i\]amin Wright, . 



Herkimer County} 



Feb»y 17, 1791 

March 23, 1808 

Nov. 6, 1816 

March 29, 1821 



Arphaxcd Loomis,. 
Charles S. Benton,. 

Lauren Ford, 

Ezra Qravts, 



Jefferson County. 



April 

March 

Feb*y 

June 

A[iril 

Nov. 



8, 

15, 
26. 
27, 
2, 
26, 



1806 
1811 
1818 
1815 
1816 
1S20 



Lyman Munson, 

Bci\jamin Wright,. ... 

John Clarke, 

Nathaniel P. Wardwell, 
Lytiander 11. Brown,. . . 
James K. A. Perkins,.. 



January 10, 1828 

July 10, 1537 

April 2, 1841 

April 2, 1845 



Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

•lune, 



18,1821 

27, 1S23 

28, 1840 
28, 1844 

1S47 



NovembvT, 1S51 



Johannes E. Lott, 
nmes L' fferts , 

William Livingston,... 

Jeremiah Lott, , 

Itichanl Com well, , 

Aldcn 8pooner, 



Kings County. 



April 6, 1787 
Juno 11, 1793 
January 16, 1800 
March 29, 1814 
Feb*y 26, 1882 
April 26, 1841 



Alonzo O. Hammond,.. 
Andrew B. Hodges,". . . 

Jesstf C. Smith, 

Jesse C. Smith, 

Bodman B. Dawson,*.. 



May 8, 1845 

June, 1S47 

November, 1850 

•* 1S61 



Isaac W. Bostwick,. 

CliiliusDoty 

Barnabas Tale, 

ChillusDoty 



Levns County} 



April 8, 1805 

March 15, 1815 

Juue 6, 1^20 

Feb'y 18, 1821 



Sylvester Miller,.... 
Andrew W. Doig, . . 
William L.Easton,., 
Daniel B. Bailey 



March 
Feb'y 
Feb'y 
Feb'y 



28,1828 

28,1886 

7, 1840 

T, 1644 



Livingston County} 



James Rosebnrgb, I Fcb*y 26, 1821 

Samuel W. Spencer, March 2i>, 1882 

Bei^aniin F. Angel. I March 23, 1836 



Willism H. Kelsey, .... I April S2, 1840 
BeiUamin F. Angel,... Mfarch 8, 1844 



Thomas H. Hubbard, . . . 

iMaB.8izer, 

John G. Slower, 



Madison County} 

March 28, 1806 h Otis P. Orsnger, 

Feb*y 26, 1816 U James B. BIdredge,.. 
Feb*y 19, 1821 | James W. Nye, 



April 

FeVy 
Fet^ 



lS,18n 
18,18ia 
18,1844 



* Binee 1847 the duties of surrogate have been performed by the oooBty Indfe ta 
ooonty. > Died. 



SCBBOaATES. 



415 



Names* 



Monroe County} 



ElishaEly 

OrrinE. Gibbs 

Martin F. Delano,.. 
Enos Pomeroy,. ... 
MorUmer F. Dtlano, 



When Appointed 
or Elticted. 



March 10, 1821 
March 23, 1828 
April 80, 1885 
Junuary 29, 1840 
January 29, 1814 



Karnes. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Simeon B. Jewett,.. 

Moses Sperry 

Deuton G. Shwart,. 
Henry P. Norton,... 



October 80, 1845 
June, 1347 

Noveml>er, 1851 
1855 



it 



Christopher P. Yates, 

Isaac Paris, 

Josiah Crane, 

James Lansing, 



Montgomery County? 



March 28, 1778 

March 13, 17>7 

April 6, 1790 

August 13, 1801 



Tobias A Stontebnrgh, 
Kichard H. Cushney, . . 
Giles F. Van Vechten,. 



February 12, 1S21 
July 17, 1888 
April 1, 1848 



David Gelston 

Sylvanus Miller, 

John W. Mulligan, 

Bylvanns Miller, 

James Campbell, 



New 'York County, 



March 

August 

March 

Feb'y 

Fob'y 



80, 1787 
8, 1801 
20, 1810 
19, 1811 
18, 1821 



David D. Ogden, 

Charles Mc Vean, 

Alex. W. Bradford,.... 
Edward C. West, 



Jan^y 17, 1840 
Jan'y 24, 1844 
November, 1848 
Dec. 1, 1857 



Archibald 8. Clarke 

OttsB. Hopkins, 

Amo!) ( ailender 

Ebenezcr Johnson, 



Niagara County} 



March 
May 
March 
Feb 



Rnftis Spaulding, | April 



26, ISOS 

27, 1812 
16, 18t8 

28, 1815 
2, 1821 



Willard Smith 

Hiram Gardner,... 

Joseph C. Morse,.. 

Henry A. Carter,.. 

i Josiah K. Skinner, 



Pebrnary 25, 1S29 
March 81, 1881 
January 80, 1886 
February 28, 1840 
February 28, 1844 



Oneida County, 



Arthur Brecse, 

Joshua Hathaway, . 

Erastus Clark, 

Joshua Hathaway, 
Greene C Bronson, 
Joshua Hathaway, . 
Henry A. Foster,.., 
Aiansun Bennett, . . . 



March 19, 

March 23. 

Feb'y 23, 

March 16, 

April 13. 

Feb'y 19, 

March 81, 
January 12, 



1798 
1808 
1818 
1315 
1819 
1821 
1827 
1881 



Henry A. Foster, 

John Stryl(or, 

OthnielS. Williams,... 
OthnielS Williams, ... 

Ralph Mcintosh,''' 

Nelson B. Stevens,' . . . 
Uenrv M. Burchard,. .. 



January 27, 1885 

August 22, 1839 

Juno, 1847 

November, 1^61 

'* 1862 

«• 1865 

♦• 1855 



Moses DeWttt, 

Thomas Munford, 

Thaddeus M. Wood, . . . . 

George Hall, 

Medad Curtiss, 

George Hall, 

James Porter, 



Onondaga County, 



March 

October 

March 

April 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 



14, 1794 

1, 1797 
21, 1799 

2, 1800 
2^ 1810 
18,1811 
14, 1821 



Freeborn G. Jewett,. .. 
John Fleming. Jr., . . . . 

Isaac T. Minard, 

David D. Hlllos, 

Isaac T. Minard, 

L- Harris HIscock, .... 
Aroasa H. Jerome, . . . . 



February 11, 1824 
April 12, 1881 
January 24, 1840 
February 8, 1844 
June, 1847 

November, 1851 
'* 1866 



> Since 1847 the duties of surrogate have been performed by the county judge in this 

county. 
* £^;>eelal surrogate. 



416 



SURROGATES. 



Ontario County, 



Names. 



John CJooper, 

Samuel McHish,... 
Israel Chapiu, Jr.,. 

Amos Hull, 

I)U(ilay Saltonstull, 

lieu ben Hart, 

Kllphalet Taylor,., 
Keubou Hart, .... 
Eliphalet Taylor, . 
Ucubeu Hart, .... 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



May 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

January 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

March 



5, 17S9 
22, 1792 

15, 1795 
28, 1796 
25, 1798 

16, 1SU9 
18, 1810 

5, 1811 
9, 1818 

17, 1815 



Names. 



Stephen Phelps, 

Ira Selby 

Jared Wilcox. 

Jared Wilson, 

Oraoc BcT\}amin, 

George R. Purburt, . . 
Mark H. Sibley.» . . . 
Orcton BeT\)amia,3 ... 
Samuel Salisbury,' . . 
Orson Bci^;>min. . . . . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



April 
March 
March 
March 



lU, 1817 

5, lS2t 

28, 18% 

81, 1827 



January 29, 1840 
April 10, 1844 
June, 1847 

December 2, 1852 
February 18, 1S5S 
November, 1S56 



James Everitt, . . . . 

Edward Ely, 

Job Noble, 

E'l word Ely 

Wheeler i ase, . . . . 
Daniel H. TuthUl,. 



Orange County. 



October 

March 

June 

Feb'y 

March 

October 



23, 1779 
31, 1815 

6, 1820 
15, 1821 
27, 1828 

6, 1827 



I 



John B. Booth, 

George M. Grier, 

Charles Borland, . . . . 
Benjamin F. Duryea,, 
James W. Fowler,. . . . 
John C. McGonnell, . . 



October 22, 1831 
February 7, 1840 
February 27, 1844 
June, 1S47 

Novembtf, 1851 
** 1836 



William White, i April 

Alexis Ward, April 

John Chamberlain, I March 



Orleans County? 

19, 1825 11 Thomas S. Clark, 

8, 1829 Dan H.Cole 

8, 1888 II Thomas S. Clark, 



January 21, 1S98 
January 21, 1840 
January 21, 1844 



Ellas Brewster 

Abraham P. Vosburgh,. 

Orris Hart 

Chester llayden, 

John A. Davis 

Joseph W. Helme, 



Oswego County} 



March 

Feb'y 

April 

Feb'y 

March 



21, 1816 
17, 1817 
8, 1819 
19, 1821 
28, 1828 



March 27, 1826 



Orvllle Robinson, > March 6. 1880 

Joseph Torrey, February 9, 18SS 



Joel Turrill, 

Orris Hart, 

WiUiam P.Curtis.. 



February 8, 1848 
Nov. 18, 1845 
October 1, 1846 



Otsego County, 



James Cannon, 

Moss Kent, 

Philip Vanderveer, . . . . , 
Ferdmand Vanderveer, 

Ambrose ( lark, 

Billey Williams, Jr...... 

Ambrose L. Jordan, 

Nathaniel Fenton, 



Feb'y 

March 

Nov. 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

March 

Juno 



17, 1791 

19, 1794 

8, 1804 

7, 1805 

10, 1808 

16, 1818 
2, 1815 

17, 1818 



William G. Angel, .... 

ElishaFoot, 

Geo. A. Starkweather,. 

James Bracfcett 

Schuyler Crippen, 

Hiram iCinne, 

Hiram Kinne 

Thomas Mcintosh, Jr ,.| 



February 19, 1811 
Nor. 82, 18M 
Febmary 1, 18S8 
January IS, 1841 
March 85, 1645 
Jane, 1847 

Norembw, 1851 
*»' 1866 



Joel Frost, 

Ralsaman C* Austin, 

Joel Frost 

Walker Todd, 

Joel Frost, 



Putnam County,* 



June 

April 

Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 



18, 1818 
2, 1818 

8S» 1816 
6. 1819 

27, 1821 



Jeremiah Hlne, 

Walker Todd 

Howard H. White, ... 

Abraham Smith, 

AzorB. Crane, 



March 88, 1888 

Janaarj 81, 1888 

January 14, 1810 

April % 1848 

AprU % 18a 



> Judge and snrrosrate. ' Surrogate! 

^ Since 1847 thj duties of surrogate hare been performed by the comity Judge 1b thk 
oounty. 



SUBBOGATES. 



417 



Queens County} 



Karnes. 



I Robinson, 

Lambertson, Jr.,. 

D. Ditmis, 

¥. Seaman, 



Cent 

Voodworih, 

ah Osborne, 

n Douglass, 

Allen, 

n McManus, 

nin Smith 

as M. Masters, . . • 



I Bnncker, . . 
am Buncker, 
louscman, . . 
ius Bedell,., 
lan Lewis, . . 
ius Bedell,.. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Feb*/ 5, 1784 

Feb»y 24, 1816 

June 6, 1820 

Feb'y 14, 1821 



Names. 



Nicholas Wyckoff, 
Henry I. Hagner, . 
Morris Fosdick, . . 



Rensselaer County, 



Feb'y 

June 

March 

March 

April 

Feb'y 

June 

June 



18, 1791 

7, 1798 

18, 1808 

81, 1806 

2, 1818 

28, 1815 

13, 1818 

7, 1820 



Thomas Clowes 

Philip Vieiie, 

Job Pierson, 

Cornelius L Tracy,... 
Stephen Bevnolds, ... 

George T. Blair, 

Bobert H. McClellan,. 



Richmond Co^mty* 



March 

Sept. 

May, 

April 

Feb'y 

AprU 



18, 1787 

29, 1792 

80. 1S09 

8. ISIO 

5, 1811 

8, 1813 



Tunis Egbert, 

Kichard Connor, . . . 

Tunis Egbert, 

•lohn Oarretson 

Richard Crocheron, 
Lewis B. Marsh, ... 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



March 4, 1826 
April 8, 1884 
Norember, 1857 r 



March 81, 1821 

April 17, 182T 

March 28, 1885 

January 81, 1840 

January 81, 1844 

June, 1847 
NoTember, 1855 



February 18, 1816 
March 11, 1820 
February 14, 1821 
January 11, 1826 
March 16, 1880 
Feb'y 8, 1848 



raulman,. . . . . 

Smith, 

Taulman, 

Onderdonk, . 
d Blauvelt,. . . 
xiO'Blenis,... 



jw Perkins,. . . 
w McC«>llom,. 

a B*)yd, 

meur Ogden,. 
bright, Jr 



r Berry, 

WaHon 

I Palmer, . . . 
as Palmer, . . . 
I Q. Gamsey, 



m J. Teller, 
t Hudson,., 
m J. Teller, 
fates, 



Rockland County,* 



March 

April 

Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 

June 



21, 1798 
6, 1807 
8, 1808 

5, 1810 
15, 1811 

6, 1820 



James Stevens, 

John Van Houghten,.. 

John J. Wood, 

George Benson 

Horatio G. Prall, 



St, Lawrence County, 



March 10, 1802 

Feb'y 16, 1809 

June 5, 1812 

March 8, 1818 

Feb'y 24, 1821 



Horace Allen, 

James Redington, 

Charles G. Myers. 

Benjamin G' Baldwin,. 
James Redington, 



Saratoga County, 



Feb'y 17, 1791 

i:>ept. 26, 1794 

Nov. 10, 1808 

March 81, 1812 

March 5, 1818 



Thomas Palmer, 

George Palmer, 

John W. Thompson,. . . 

JohnC. Ilulbert, 

Cornelius A. Waldron,. 



Schenectady County,* 



May 80, 1809 

April 6, 1818 

M^rch 8, 1815 

Feb'y 12, 1816 



Giles F.Yates, 

John Saunders, 

David Cady Smith, . . . . 



March 8, 1821 

Feb'y 17, 1829 

January 21, 1887 

January 22, 1841 

January 27, 1845 



January 21, 1824 
March 80, 1840 
March 80, 1844 
June, 1847 

November, 1855 



FcWy 17, 1815 
July 8, 1816 

May 7, 1884 

June, 1847 

November, 1855 



Feb'y 21, 1821 
Feb'y 18, 1840 
Feb'y 18, 1844 



idge and surrogate the same, firom 1847 to 1857. 

nee 1847 the duties of surrogate have been performed by tbe county Judge in tbia 
county. 



418 



SUBROGATES. 



Schoharie County} 



Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Names. 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Storm A. Becker, 

John Oebliard 


June 10, 1795 
Feb'y 26, 1811 
March 9, 1813 
Feb'y 88, 1815 


William Mann,.. 

Hen ry llami Iton, 

Thomas Smith, 

Demosthenes Lawyer, . 


Feb'y 4» ISW 
March 8, 18» 
March 86, 1840 
March 86, 1844 


Btorin A. Bvckor, 

John Gubhard, 



Jarod Sandford, 

John Sayre, 

Jnred 6an<ljrord, 

William Thompson, . . . . 
Luther F. Stevens, 



April 
Feb'y 
April 
Feb'y 
April 



Seneca County} 



2, 1S04 
U, 1811 

6, 1818 
28, 1816 

8, 1819 



William Thompson, 
Samuel Blrdaall, . . . 
JehialH. Ualsey,... 
John Morgan, 



March 
Dec. 
July 
March 



81, 1821 
8, 1S27 

88,1S87 
8, 184t 



Stephen Ross, 

Henry A. Townsend, . 

Georfife McClure, 

John Metcalfe, 

James Read, 

Samuel Baker, 



Steuben County} 



March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

AprU 



81, 1796 

24, 1800 

25. 18«i5 
6, 1818 
8, 1816 

10, 1817 



William Read 

James Brundridge,., 

William Woods, 

Robert Campbell, .., 

David Rumsey , 

Ansel J. McGall, 



March 80, 1831 

March 28, 1328 

January 8, 1827 

January 81, 1S35 

January 84, 1S40 

Feb'y 8, 184A 



Hugh Gelston. Jr.,, 
Thomas Tredwell, , 

Kicoll Floyd, 

Ebenezer M. Case, 



Suffolk County} 

October 8. 1786 11 Hugh Halsey,... 
April 17, 1787 George Miller,... 
Nov. 8, 1791 Charles A. Floyd, 
March 28, 1828 



April 18, 18iT 
January 81, 18411 
January 81, 1844 



James S. Dunning,. 
Livingston Billings, 
James S. Dunning, . 
Livingston Billings,. 
James S. Dunning, . 



Sullivan County} 



June 

March 

Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 



1, 1809 

6, 1810 

6, 1811 

19, 1S18 

18, 1815 U 



Peter F. Hunn, 

Archibald C. Neven,... 
William B. Wright,,... 
Robert S. Halstcad, . . . . 



Peb^ 
Mardi 
Feb'y 
Feb'y 



18,1811 
11, 18SB 
80, 1840 
80, 1841 



John Mersereau,.. . . 
BalthazerDe Haert, 
William Woodruff, . 
William Jenkins,... 

Caleb Baker, 

Robert Lawrence, .. 
Isaac S. Boardman,. 



Tioga County} 



Feb'y 17, 

March 87, 

Feb'y 22, 
January 28, 

April 7, 

Feb'y 2T, 

March 4, 



1T91 
1798 
1802 
1805 
1806 
1808 
1880 



Robert Lawrence, 

Charles Baker, 

William Maxwell, 

Thomas Farrington,. . . 
Nathaniel W. Davis,. . . 
Alanson Munger, 



ireb'y 

April 

Feb'y 

April 

January 

Janoary 



S4,18tt 
18,180 
1^18il 
80,191 
80,1841 
a4»18tt 



Andrew D. W. Bruyn,. 

Edmond G. Pelton 

Miles Find), 

diaries Humphrey, . . . . 



Tompkins County} 



April 11, 181T 

March 81, 1881 

March 87, 1828 

March 4, 1881 



Evans Humphrey,. . 
Arthur S. Johnson,. 
George G. Freer,. . . 



Jaaoary 8, 1811 
March S.1M 
Fd^ 14,180 



> Since 1847 the duties of surrofate have beea p?rfoRAed by tli« Monly Jndft ti ttb 
oonnty. 



8UBBOOATES. 



419 



Ulster County, 



Karnes. 



1 Qoshcrio, 

p Parks 

Wisner, 

1 Uashierio, 

I Brodhead, Jr.,. . . 
Marius Qrocn,..*. 

I Brodhead, Jr 

am Myer, 

I Brodhead Jr 



t Wilkinson, .... 

18 P^ttison, 

I W. Paddock,... 

3eebe, 

inderson, 



ler Clarke. 

'd Savage. 

cton L. W oolsey, 

•d Savage, 

Sargent, 

pd Savage, 

Sargent, 

nlel Pitcher, 

•d Savage 

O. Martindalo,.. 



\. Tallmadge . 
rick Smith, .. 
m II. Chapin • 



rd Hatfield,... 
Peil. Jr., — 
}| Youngs,... . 
•d Thomas, . . 
>1 Youngs, ... 
^>ck wood, . . . . 
,»1 Youngs, ... 

J 'ckwood, 

!l Youngs 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

Feb'y 

March 

Feb'y 



18, 1778 

28, 1785 

23, 17S5 

18, 1787 

6, 1806 

12, 1810 

5, 1811 

28, 1818 

18, 1515 



Names. 



Allen Anderson, 

Jonathan D. Ostrander, 

Lucas Elmendorf, 

James N. Mitchell,.... 
Jonathan D. Ostrander. 

William Masten, 

Henry Brodhead, Jr.,.. 
Jesse F. Bookstarer,. .. 



Warren County} 



March 19, 1818 

Feb'y 17, 1815 

Jnly 8, 1819 

April 15, 1820 

March 27, 1828 



Abraham Wing,. 
Stephen Pratt... 
Seth C. Baldwin, 
Orange Ferris, . . 
Thomas S. Gray, 



Washington County. 



March 

March 

June 

March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

March 

March 

.Inly 



18. 1778 

2U 1788 

88, 1788 

18. 1787 

16, 18()8 

9, 1810 

8, 1811 

24, 1812 

5, 181.3 

8, 1816 



Calvin Smith 

Leonard Gibbs, 

Samuel Standish, 

John Willard 

Alexander Robertson,. 

John C. Parker, 

Luther Waite, 

.loscph Boies 

David A. Boii's, ...... 

Mariniis Fairchild.. .. 



Wayne County} 



April 18 1828 
Januar>- 11, 1826 
March 10, 1826 



Lyman Sherwood,, 
■Tames C Smith, .. 



Westchester County, 

March 23, 1778 [j Henry White, 

March 18, 1787 | Samnel Yonngs, 

October 81, 1800 B Ebenczer White, Jr.,. 

January 28, 1802 D Jonathan Ward 

Feb'y 19, 1807 | Alexander H. Wells,. 

March 10, 1808 \ Frederick J. Coffin,.. 

Feb'y 16, 1 810 | Lewis C. Piatt, 

Feb'y 12, 1811 Bobert H. Coles, 

March 19, 1818 |! 



When Appointed 
or £lecte<l. 



Feb'y 

April 

April 

January 

May 

June, 

November, 



18, 18S1 

9, 1828 

80, 1885 

24, 1840 

10, 1845 

184T 

1851 

1865 



Not. T, 189T 

January 27, 188S 

Feb'y 6, 1885 

Feb'y 17, 1840 

March 16, 1845 



Jniy 8, 1819 

Feb'y 24, 1821 

January 18, 18S4 

Feb'y T, 1889 

January 10, 1887 

January 15, 1841 

January 27, 1845 

June, 184T 
November, 1851 

•* 1865 



Feb'y 
April 



13. 1883 
10,1814 



March 16, 1815 

July 8, 1819 

Feb'y 17, 1821 

March 28, 1828 

Feb'y . 7, 1840 

May 1, 1S44 

June, 1S47 
November, 1865 



Wyoming County} 

J Putuam I March 25, 1841 | WiUiam Mitchell | January 14, 1841 



am P. Vosburgh,. 

!W F. Oliver 

rd J. Foule, 



Yates County. 

1 



April 8, 1828 II Evert Van Buren, 
AprU 18, 1827 I William S. Briggs,. 
Feb'y 7, 1840 



Feb'y 7, 1844 
November, 1865 



Dce 1847 the duties of snrrogtte hare been performed by the coanty Judge in this 
oonnty. 



couirrr tbeasdrebs. 



COUNTY TREASTJRERS, 
Elected, under the constitution of 1840, for a term of three 
yeai'8. Those oflicera were formerly appointed by tho boardi of 



supervisors in tlie suvitral couiitic 
Albany CountiJ- 


8. 

Conhnd Covnly- 


Nama. 


Tf ton Biouled. 


Nuniu. 


W&eaEtocWL 


.id^V.nAU.n'; 

AUcgany C 




E 

18B4 

i 

1M8 


Delateare County. 


Sulci D. Qtiiian,.... 
Broam« Co 

NelaMLuSIptiM;:;::: 

CaUm-augm 

J. king SkiDucr, 

Cayuga Co 

J=.ne- C. DerhT. 

Ili.racoT. Ox* 

Ckautauqae 

=;.SSiv-;::: 

Cktmung C 

JohnK.Klmore 

Blephen Mellonalii 

Chenango C 

Tn«n*i Uilnor^ 


«.nty. 
Nonmbor 

uniy. 

"ounii,. 
November 

imty. 

unty. 

nty. 
»^ty. 


HoraUoN.Wkiofr-'-' 
DuUJui, C 

Albert VuiKleccfc. 

Lwmatd B. Sackelt, 

Jiunoi II. Seaman, 

Erie Cou 

ChHallan Mete. Jr., 

LimVnB.B"llh°.'--V.:: 

Etiex Cou 


^niy. 

-rii 

«ty. 

" ' list 

yuniy. 
Norerabn, IW 
IB) 

■frfy- 

: IS 

norgmlwr IM 
UN 

nmly. 
K««nb,.»i 


JobiiL-Merrtani, 

I^anklin Ci 
SumttelC. Wead ,. 

Benjamins. W.Clark,.. 

FuUon Cob 
AreblbXdAndcreon,.... 
Eugene Berlnn'<i| '.'"."'. 

Qtneat Co' 


C7inlan Cm 

IlKhard CottrtU..?: 

CUudO^ Ci 


Grenu Co 


rredertekHliC 

lialab Unrlint, 

SZ'iSX'S::::::::: 


f—fcwmU^::::. 


wuii«j.pS5-i....:.. u m 



COUNTT TBEASDBBKfl. 



€.<;. Wllbenllne.. 
AU«i W. Euon,... 

WntlHD SmlOi 

niuClnrk.. 

JuiDcaM. Clirk,... 



"WhoeLerTruudell,... 
~ nhiuC. Bmdiuv, 

jn M. Hdpklnt.,. 

Palrirkll. Agwi,.... 



, NoTBDilKr, 1B13 



Ontario Covniy. 
lenr; E. Biii>s<r j Noyen 



Juub J. lUUlKD,.. 



Kiitg* County. 

BbmeiM-W. PMit,' i NgyBlpber, 

COHrtonJ O. aniilh, 

Junes M. BubBTf, { ■■ 



ElmK. Hcnlun,. 
Dlud(te Peus,.. . 



Livingtion County. 



Madison Covniy. 



Ilinghui. 

LirqunM. KInniiu,.. 
Henr/F. WLUI^... 



lirlgSel •<!,... 
lion fiikar,. . 



Moiagomery County. 



Orltana County. 

H.IXnto I MoTeml 

Jinuph M. Cotnell'," ! ! . 4 

Osvega County, 

amai^IH. Blone, I Ndihd 

[™rT C. PkK,. 

■Blher U. (Jonklln^ | - 

Otsego Courtiy. 
ofanL. HcNuineo, I Novcm' 

Putnam County. 
'h.im»sW.Tiylor,. ...I Noveml 
AddlgoDj.HapUiHs'!!!! " 



Lewis W.AugBrlno,,. 
LewlB W, Augtuiuo^.. 



Oneida County. 

iiamt^ I KoTBD 

il. BhellBj 

u Bprlpji, - 



Richmond County. 

BliphenD. Sie|>hDD<,...| KoTSmb 



> WhgMtaimb^ulitTDndBTot ADgi^1U«> 8« Lawi, 1S48, Bh. 180, p. W). 



comnr tbeasubebs. 



JCoeklaitd County. 


Ko^ C^DlHlfy. 


V<L<aa. 


Wlra ElMlod. 




RuDd. 


Wben ElHlfd. 


3ahnt.c^, 


« (7ou«(y, 


135T 
ISM 

IMg 
ISN 

1S5T 

1B4B 

I'MS 


wmi 

Le.n 

Thow 
Kllah 

John 

Birtl 
Jobu 

£S 

I*™ 

Bimn 

Itosi 

Llor 

WIIH 
JobD 


lin 8l'.lii^'.:! 


... NOTember 


!S 


St. Lawreif 


TmnpMnt County. 






...1 NoTomber 
y C««nty. 

Covnty. 




Saratoga 

Am(^dH.rrU. 

OrvlUi D. VBUgtain, 




County. 


iSi 


Sehtnscta 


M. BriBham,. 
Uubnmck,.. 

rioH A. Furlln, 


County. 
...iNovemba 


IM 


Schohari 


elT. Rlclmnii,.-.! 
L.Tirkw, IBoTunibar 


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County. 




Schuj/ler 


M-airrell,'. 1 

Wayne Oiyunly. 
t R. Rnircn. 1 noTember 

ndLTP. BradLh,... ;; 


l» 


Oyrni Rabent, 


County. 




Andrew Dnnlnp, Jr., 
MMlelH. Br,.nl.... 


Wettchcttir County. 

HorKm^ 1 Sorembw 






County. 
...[ IToieinber 




^nib«i 


•ViSr.. 


- 




jBmuB.DDdlej,... 
PerrrS-DsDihB,... 


Wyoming Cmnty. 
6lB.BI.i«h»rd,...[KoTainbw 




^/bft 


Comty. 

...1 NoTmiber 




WSSS-.::-.; 


A. Hnjirird. 1 

Taia County. 

EU.wortb,..!'.'.!!'.".i " 




JimMn.F«ter,... 


County. 

...INoirembw 


1M 
IBM 
18H 



SCHOOL COMMISSIONEB8. 



423 



SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS. 

Under an act passed April 12, 1856, the supervisors of each 
county, excepting New-York, were directed to appoint one school 
commissioner in each assembly district In Kings county, the 
supervisors of the towns were to appoint one commissioner, and 
in counties composed of one assembly district^ the supervisors 
had power to choose two school commissioners, and to assign to 
each a distinct district. At the general election in 1857, and 
every three years thereafter, school commissioners were to be 
elected, in their respective districts, by separate ballot. They 
enter upon their office on the first day of January after election. 

In the following list, the last named in each district is the 
present incumbent. 



Ooantles. 


School Commissioners. 


• 

1 
1 
% 

2 
8 
8 

1 

I 

2 

1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
8 
8 
1 
1 
2 
2 

1 
1 
2 

2 

1 
1 
2 


Counties. 


School Commissioners. 


i 


AllMny, 


John B. Shear^ 

J. G. Vanderxeo, 

Peter Tinklepaagh, . . . . 

R. V. Fllkins 

John H. Sand 


Columbia,... 
Cortland,.... 

Delaware,... 

Dutchess, ... 
Erie, 

Essex, 

FranUin,.... 

Fulton, 

Genesee,^... 

Greene, 


Charles S. Jones, 

Nathan S. Post, 

Peter L Philip, 

NoahC. Dady 






Daniel E. Whitmore,... 
D. C. Squires, 






William Arthur, Jr.,.. . . 
Henry B. Haswell.^ 

L. S. Crattendon,. 

Ira Sayles 






Noah 0. Dadv 




AHegany, .... 


Alfred Redlleld, 

Artemas D. Knapp, .... 
V. B. Dutton. 






•John Seaman 






Edwin R. Campbell,. . . 

Lacias W. Moody, 

Georffe Barr. 


J* A. SandSl , r, ,rrt ,f,r 




Broome, 


John W. Vincent,. 

John S. Thorn,* 

James Dearin.. ........ 






Harry Lyon 

Duncan R. Campbell,.. 
S. N. Sloflson. 




Cattarangns,. . 


Moses Lane, 






E. Danforth', 




c»yug», 


Norman M. Allen 

Jordan R. ChappclU.. . . 
Joshua C. Goodrich,. . . 
David Cnrrie, 


Garra T. Lester, 

Amos Freeman,, 

Byron Pratt, 






Hiram A. Cune, 

V. R. Gary, 


8 

a 


• 


Ezra Dean, 




William Hart 


Bphraim F. Cook.* 
Joseph Warren.* 

Chaancey Fenton, 

WInslow C. Watson, Jr. 

Gilbert Tharer, 

Chaancey Fenton, 

Roswell P. Wilson, .... 
William P. Cantwell,... 

Frederick H. PeUt, 

WUllam Wait 

Elisha D. Towner 

Homer H. Woodward,. 
Orange S. Throop, .... 

Israel M. Peck,* 

John F. IngersoU, 




Chaataaque,.. 


Ell N. Botsford, 

Alanson Bonghton, 

Amasa C. Moses, 

George W. Putnam,.... 
0. A. White 


I 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 

Q 


Choman^,.... 
(Venango, . . . 


Lucius Hurlbnt, 

PhlloB. Dailey. 
Deloss Luther, 


Clinton, 


CalrlnG. Klni, 

R. MacDonald, 

John R. Wheeler 

J. Gay, 


1 
1 




Henry N. Hewitt, 

Charles Gale, 


2 

1 



City superintendent 

Appointed by supervisors to third district 

Buffalo city superintendent 

Second district united with first in 1807. 



Elected to first district 



424 



SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS. 



Coontiea. 



Greene,.. ., 
Hamilton,... 

Herkimer,... 

Jefferson, ... 



Kings, 
Lewis, 



Livingston,... 



Madison, , 
Monroe,., 



Montgomery, ' 



New- York,... 
Niagara, 



School Commlasionem. 



Oneida, 



Onondaga, . . . 



Ontario, 
Orange, 

Orleans, 
Oswego, 



Alexander Beyncrfds,. . . 

Richard Peck, 

Samuel L. Anil>al, 

Clinton A. Moon, 

Duncan M. Stewart,.. . . 

William Hawes, 

Henry U. Smith, 

Eiyah Graves, 

Lafayetto Ly tile, 

W. G. Williams, 

J.Ferdinand Dayan,... 

Jolin Carpenter, 

J. W. Balkley.i 

William . I. Hall, 

K. Sanford Miller, 

Wayne Clark, 

Chauncey Loomis, 

Harvey Farley, 

Horace L. Janes, 

Levi P. Orover, 

B. L. Miner, 

Jarvis A. Hi'a<l, 

Henry K. W. Bruce,. .. 

Aionzo J. Howe, 

John T. Brown, 

Henry U. Sperry, 

William H.Bowman,.. 

John B. Qarretsee, 

T. Holbrook.* 

A. W.Cox 

Walter Cross, 

John J. Brookman,*. . . 
Samuel S. Kandall.« 

W.H.Bristol, 

John C. Freeman, 

Ch:irles i^averno, 

E. W»ed Abl>ey, 

J. B. Hewett, 

Esek Aldrich, 

Abraham B. Wearer,.. 

Grove W. Bagg, 

Julius C. Thome, 

Homer T. Fowler,. . . 

D. S. Ueflron.* 

O. W. Herrick, 

James M. Claric, 

Cornell Crysler, 

E. Corning Cowles, .... 

John N. Bright, 

G. L. Famham * 

L. B. Antisdale, 

A.R.Simmons, 

W. M. McLaughlin, .... 
Alexander Beattie,.... 

John Silliman, 

John M. Monell, 

George W. Gn>ene, . . . , 
Oliver Morehouse. 
Theodore W. Bishop,.. 
John A. Place, 



i 



1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
I 
2 
2 

1 
1 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
8 
4 

1 
1 
2 
2 
3 

1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 

1 
1 



OonntiM. 



Oswego,. 
Otsego,.. 



Putnam, .... 

Queens, 

Bensselaor,.. 



Richmond, . . 
Rockland,... 

St Lawrence, 



Saratoga,.... 

Schenectady, 
Schoharie,... 

Schuyler,.... 



School Commiflflioiien, 



Seneca, . 
Steuben,. 



Suflblk, 



SolllTan, .... 

Tioga, 

Tompkins, .. 



Ulster, 



H.W. Loomis. 

James W. Fenton,. .. 
George F. Woodbury,. . 
K A. Sheldcn.T 

Albert G. Tuthill, 

MiloH. Gross, 

Albert G. Tuthill, 

Henry T. Harris^i 

Martin Shepherd, 

George F. Sherman, .. . 
Jackson O. Dykeman... 
Bci^amin W. Downing, 

Daniel Clark," 

£. C. Reynolds, 

W. S. Bu kley, 

J. W. Boyce, 

Allen Bairinger, 

David A. Edgar. 

Edward SnlVem 

Simon D. Demarest,.... 

AUen Wight, 

M. W. Spaulding, 

Calvin O. < hurch, 

Tiras H. Ferris, 

Samuel Tompkins, 

Charles D. Seely, 

Anson M. Boyce, 

Daniel J. Darrow,. 

David H. Hamlin, 

Nelson Rust, 

Bartholomew Becker, . . 

R. Shelmandine 

Augustus C Smith, 

WiHiam Gulick, 

Qrrus Roberts, 

Daniel Beach, 

Simeon Holton, 

William Hogan, 

George McLean 

P. J. Farrington,. 

Noble H. Rising 

Edmund D. Peckhmm,. 

William S. Hall 

Horatio Pattengf 11, 

David B. Van Seoy,. . . . 
Jonathan W. Hunting.. 

William NIooll 

A. Grant Chlkls,. 

Richard L. Divine,* 

E. Powells 

William Smyth, 

T. R. Fervoson^ 

WUllam W. Ayefv ... 

Marons Lyon.. 

T. 8. Amistnmg,* 

John S. WInans, 

Daniel T. Yan Boren^. 

Parr Harlow, 

Ethan Parrott* 



i 

i 
9 
9 

1 
1 
1 
S 

3 



1 
2 

2 
9 

8 
8 
1 
1 

t 

1 

1-9 



1 
1 
8 

1 
t 

t 
S 



> Brooklyn city superintendent. 

* Rochester city superintendent. 

* Second district united with first in 1867. 
^ City superintendent. 

* Utiea city superintendent 



* Syracuse olty superiatendent 
^ Oswego dty superintendent. 

* Second district orMted In 188T* 

* Third district erMUad In 1807. 



SCHOOL OOMHISSIONEBS — CITY OFFICERS. 



425 



Oonnties. 


School Oommissioners. 


i 

8 

1 

1 
2 
2 
I 
2 


Coanties. 


School Commissioners. 


1 


Ulster,* 

Warren, 

Washington,. 
Wayne, 


Ephraim De Pny,* 

Andrew J. Cherilree,. . . 
M. Nelsoft Dickinson,.. 

Earl P. Wright, 

Robert Graham, 

John Hall, 

Charles L. Mason, 

Mortimer P. Sweeting,. 
Albert 8. Todd, 


Westchester,! 

Wyoming, .. 
Yates, 


A. G. Reynolds, 

Jared M Horton, 

Samuel N. Bcrrian, — 
WUIIam G.Weston,.... 
James W. Husted,' .... 
Harvey W. Hardy,. . . . 
George H. Dunham,. .. 
Henry A Bruner, 


1 
1 
2 
2 
8 



> Third district created in 1857. 



MAYORS, RECORDERS, &c., OF CITIES. 

Mayors were appointed by the governor and council previous 
to 1821. From that time to 1840 they were appointed by the 
common councils of their several cities. An act passed April 
13, 1840, provided for their annual election, and this practice has 
since been continued. Recordere have been elected since 1847. 



Albany. 
Mat/ors since 1686. 



Names. 



Peter Schuyler, ... 
Jobannis Al)ecl, . . . 
Evert Bancker,.... 
Derick Wessel*,... 
Hendrick Hansen,. 
Peter Van Bragh, . 
Jan Jans Bleecber,. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



16S0 
1694 
1H95 
1696 
1698 
1699 
1700 



Jobannis Bieeeker, 1701 

- 1702 

1708 

1706 

1707 

1709 

• •■•••»•• If lu 

1719 

17-21 

1728 

, 1725 

, 1726 

1729 

1781 

1782 

1788 

1741 

1742 

1746 

1748 

1760 

1754 

1756 

1760 

17T0 



Albi'rt Ryckman, 
Jobannis Schuyler,. . . , 

David Schuyler, , 

Evertt Bancker, 

Jobannis Abeel 

Bol>ert Livingston, Jr., 
Myndert Schuyler, ..... 
Peter Van Brugh, .... 
Myndert SchDyler,. . . . 

Jobannis Cuyler, 

Kutger Bieeeker, 

John De Peyster, 

Hans Husen, 

John De Peyster, 

Edward Holland, 

John Schuyler, 

Ck>rneliu8 Cuyler, 

Dirck Ten Broeck, 

Jacob C. Ten Eyck,.... 

Robert Sanders, 

Hans Hansen, 

Sybrant 6. Van Schack, 

Volkert P. Douw 

Abraham 0. Cuyler, .... 



Names, 



John Barclay, 

Abraham Ten Broeck, . 
John Jacob Beckman,. 
John Lansing, Jr., .... 
Abrnham Tales, Jr., . . . 
Abraham Ten Broeck, 
Philips VanBensselaer. 

Eltsha Jenkins, 

Philips. VanBensselaer, 
Charles E- Dudley,.... 

A rabrose Spencer, 

James Stevenson, 

Charles E. Dudley, .... 

John Townsend, 

Francis Bloodgood, .... 

John Townsend, 

Francis Bloodgood, . . . . 

Erastus Corning 

Teunis Van Vechten,.. 
Jared L. Bathbone, . . . . 
Teunis Van Vechten,.. 

Barent P. Stoats, 

Friend Humphrey, . . . . 
'John Keves Paige, . . . . 
William t*armelee, . . . . 

John Taylor 

Friend Humphrey,.... 
Franklin Townsend, . . 

EH Perry 

William Parmelee,i ... 
El Perry,3 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Sept 27, 1777 

1779 

June 27, 1788 
Sept. 29, 1786 
Sept. 29, 1790 
SepU 29. 1796 
Dec 27, 1798 
July 8, 1816 

July 8, 1819 

February 14, 1821 

1824 

1826 

1828 

1829 

1881 

1882 

1888 

1S84 

1837 

1888 

1841 

1842 

1848 

1845 

1846 

1S48 

1849 

1860 

1851 

1854 

1866 



> Died March 15, 1856. 



Contested by Br. J. V. P. QoackenboM 



36* 



426 



MUNICIPAL OFFICEBS OF CITIES. 



Albany. 
Recorders — 1686-1854. 



Names* 



Isaac SwIntOD, 

Derick Weasels 

Jan Jaiis Bleccker,. ... 
Juhannis Bleeckcr,. . . . 

JuhaiiiiU Abeel 

Uobert Li vinjEston, Jr., . 

Johaiinis Cuyler, 

Kutgcr Bleocker 

John De Peyster, 

Dirck Ten Broeck, 

Kdward Collins, 

K(»bert Sanders, 

Sybrant G. Van Bchalck. 
Jolin G. Koseboom, . 

Volkert p. Douw, 

flohn Ten Kyck, 

Abraliam Yates, Jr., . 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



16<^6 

10S7 

. ...« ...• 1 6 vo 

1700 

1701 

1710 

1725 

1726 

1728 

1746 

1748 

1760 

1769 

1761 

January 22, 1778 



Namoa. 






Leonard Oansevoort.. . . 
Peter W. Yates........ 

John Tayler 

Abraham Van Vechten, 

John V. N. Yates, 

Theod's V. W. Graham, 
John V.N. Yates,. .. 

Philips. Parker, 

Kstes Howe,. 

Ebenezer Bald win, 

James McKown, 

William Parmelee, . . . . 

Jam-'S McKown, 

Deodatos Wright, 

William A. Younff 

WiUiamS. Paddock,... 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



Fcb»y 

March 

Sept. 

Feb»3r 

April 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

July 

Fcb»7 



Janaanr 

Feb*! 

BepL 



81, 1730 
a, 17S9 
80, IiK 
15, 17« 
12, ISOS 
», 1810 
SI, ISll 

8, i<a« 

14, 1831 
.... 1825 
.... 1S26 

9, 1841 
6, 1840 

18, 1847 
... 1859 
... ISM 



Auburn. 



Mayors. 



iJyras 0. Dennis, 

Daniel Hewson, 

Aurelius Conkling,... 
Aurclius Conkling,. . . 
Bor^amin F. Hall,.. .. 
Thomas Y. How, Jr., . 
George Underwood,.. 

Joshua Burt,* 

John L. Watron, 

Samuel II . Henry, . . . . 
Lansing Briggs, 



Clerks. 



Theodore M. Pomeroy, 
Tlieo<lore M. Pomeroy. 
Theodore M P«>meroy, 
William F. Segoine, .. 

Frederick Prince, 

Frederick Prince, 

Frederick Prince, 



Frederick Prince,.. 

Frederick Prince,.. 

James Seymour, Jr.,, 



Marshals. 



Joseph White,.. 
Joseph White,.. 
Joseph White,.. 
Joseph White,.. 
Joseph White,.. 
Cyrus Wilcox,. . 
John F. Stone,. 
John F. Stone, . 
Philip Thomas,. 
Elon Northmp,. 



When Elected. 



April, 

March, 

March, 

March, 

March, 

March, 

March, 

Jane, 

March, 

March, 

March, 



1844 
1849 
IRBO 
1851 
18M 
ISU 
1854 
1854 
1866 
185« 
185T 



Brooklyn. 
Mayors,^ 



Names. 



George Tlall, 

Jonathan Trotter,, 

Jeremiah Johnson, . . . . 

QyrusP Smith 

Ilenry 0. Murphy, 

Joseph ^pragne, 

Thomas G. Talmadge,. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



1884 
1886 
1887 
1889 
1842 
1848 
1346 



Names. 



Francis B. Stryker,. . . 

Edward Copland, 

Samuel Smith,* 

Conklin Brush. 

Edward A Lambert.,. 

George Hall 

Samuels. Powell,.... 



When Appointed 
or Ele^ed. 



ISM 
1849 
18B9 
1861 



18H 
IBBI 



> Special election nt mayor, In place of Underwood, reslgneil. 

3 Previous to January 1, 1851, the term of this office began May lit Btnos IflSL tt \m 

began with the cItII year, 
s From May i to the end of the year. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS OF CITIES. 



427 



Buffalo. 
Mayors, 



Kamea. 


When 
or 


A^^ 1 »"-«* 


When Appointed 
or Elected. 


Ebencxer Johnson 

Mi^r A. Andrews...... 

Samuel Wilkinson, 

Hiram Pratt 


May 
Mardi 

u 

44 
M 

a 

44 
14 
«4 
44 

44 


88, 1882 
I, 18.S8 
1885 
1S86 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1S40 
1841 
1842 


George W. Clinton,. .. 

Joseph G. Masten 

William Ketchum, .... 
Eibria«:e G. Spaulding, 

Orlando Allen, 

Hiram Barton 


March, 1844 
" 1845 
•• 184« 
** 1847 


Joeiah Trowbridge, 

Bbeneicr Walden, 


" 1348 
** 1849 


Hiram Pratt 


Henry K. Smith 

James Wadswurth, . . . 

ninim Barton, 

Eli Ck)ok,» 


** 1850 


ttbddoa Thompflon, 

Isaac S. Harrington,.... 
Solomon G- Karen, 


•♦ 1851 
« 1859 
^ 1858 


Joaeph Q. Masten, 


1848 


Frederick P. Stevens,. 


NoTember, 1856 



Hudson. 
Mayors. 



8eth Jenkins, 

Thomas Jenkins, , 

Robert Jenkins, 

John Tallman, 

Robert Jenkins, 

John Tallman , 

Alexander Coffin, . . . . . 

RuftisKeed, 

Thomas Bay, 

Oliver Wiswali, 

Samuel White 

Samuel Anable, 

Henry Smith, , 

Robert G. Frary , 

Robert McKlnstry, . . . . 



Nathaniel Greene, 

Hczekinh L. Hoemer,. . . 

Levi Whpaton, Jr., 

AIexan> I er Coffin, 

Cotton Gelston, 

Elisha Pitkin, 

David Lawrence, 

Philip 8. Parker 

Hezekiah L. Hoemer,. .. 
Jo8^>h D. Monell, 



April 


26, 1785 n 


November, 


1798 


Feb'y 


20, 


1S08 


March 


19, 


1818 


Feb'y 


16, 1815 1 


Feb'y 


4, 


1820 


Feb'y 


14, 


1821 


June, 




1828 


January, 


1S25 


44 




1827 


«» 




1829 


44 




1880 


44 




1888 


44 




1886 1 


M 




1887 1 


April 


26, 


Kecoi 

1785 1 


November, 


1798 


June, 




1794 


January 


1 


1797 


June, 




1797 


March, 




18111 


August, 
Feb'y 


20, 


1802 
1808 


Feb'y 


18, 


1810 


Feb'y 


14, 1811 1 



Allen Jordan, 

George W. Cook, 

Robert G. Tracy, 

Samuel Anabic, 

Charles Darling, 

Cyrus Curtiss, 

Robert G. Tracy, 

Matthew Mitchell, 

Hugh McClellan, 

Peter S. Burger, 

George H. Power, 

Joshua T. Waterman,. . 
Peter S. Wynkoop,.... 
John C Dormandv,... 
Joahna T. Waterman, . . 



Hezekiah L. Hosmer,.. 
Joseph D. Monell, .... 
Ambrose L. Jordan, . . 

John W. Edmonds, 

Darius Peck, 

Robert McClellan, 

Rodolphus D. Sic inner, 
Stephen L. Magoun, . . . 
Elijah Payn, 



Clerks, 



John Bay, 

Ambrose Spencer, 

Levi Wheuton, 

• • • 

Thomas Frothingham,. 

Erastus Pratt, 

Cotton Gelston, 

Ersistns Pratt, 

Abner Austin, 

Jonathan Frary, 



April 



26, 17S5 i 
.. 1786(?) 
October 1, 1787 



March 

January 

March 

Feb'y 

March 

March 



14, 1804 
27, 1806 
20, 1810 
14, 1811 
19, 1818 
2, 1814 



Gayer Gardner, 

James Barton 

Nathan Chamberlain, . . 
Fletcher M. Beekman,. 

Gayer Gardner 

Stephen L. Magoun,. .. 

Wiliam Bryan, 

Wiliam Caldwell, 

William Bryan, 



January, 


188t 


»4 


1840 


April, 


1840 


tt 


1842 


tt 


1848 


M 


1844 


U 


1846 


44 


1847 


U 


1849 


44 


1851 


M 


1852 


a 


1858 


14 


1854 


November, 


ia'$4 


4i 


1S56 


March 19, 


1818 


Manh 22, 


1815 


February 14, 1821 


October, 


1827 


February, 


1888 


May, 


1848 


November, 


]b48 


tt 


1851 


ft 


1855 


March 22, 1815 


February 15, 


, 1821 


April, 


1829 


t« 


1S82 


t4 


1S86 


U 


1846 


U 


1848 


4« 


1851 


November, 


1851 



* Served ten months under the old charter. The new one, adopted in 1858, extended 
the term of this office from one to two years. Johnson, Andrews, and Wilkinson 
were elected by the common council ; their successors by the people. The charter 
election was formerly held In March, but since 1858 it hai been held In November. 



MUNICIPAL 0FFICES8 OF CITIES. 



Mat/or 



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IM 


JtanlelF. Tlemu,.... 






BQbcrt LunlDg, 







iieconfeM— 1683 - 1 855. 



JnmH Graham,.,, 
VuHamVlahwrie,' 



kicbord Vuic 
BiiDHerjimua, 



Fefj M, 17SI 

Si'pi. M, ii8e 

Uireh IS, im 

Fsb'r U, HUB 



' Appotuted bf «01<>d1iI gDTcnoidBV 



MnUirlD LiybtpUM,.. 
Plan O. Vm TvycK . 
Jonliili Offd«n llaffhiun 
PIrm C Van Wycli.. 
Joriib Omif n DoVmsn 

Ktchur-L Bikvr, 

PwtrA.J-i . 

Klchunl Klku, 



KLiliBKl Rlker.. 

Knbertii. slorA.... 
Fred. .^.. Tillmulin,. 
Jnlin B. SoMt, 



Feb^ 
F.b-y 
Febt 
FsbV 
Harcb 



April •, lUt 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS OF CITIBS. 



429 



Oswego. 



James Piatt, 

De Witt a Llttl^ohn, . . 

Leander BabeocK, 

Sama^ B< Beardaleyi. . . 



Mayors. 



April 11, 1848 11 John Thnnnaii, ...... 

March 18, 1849 James D. Golrer, 

March 12, 1860 De Witt a Littlejohn, . 

March 11, 1851 H Lacias B. Crocker...... 



March 
March 
March 
March 



9, 185S 
8, 1868 
8, 1856 
7,1856 



Recorders, 

Orrille J. Harmon, I April 14, 1848 li John Tharman, I Angast 19, 1868 

Onrille Robinson, | Nov. 2, 1852 ) | 

City Clerks, 

John M. Casey i April 11, 1848 I JohnM. Casey I March 9, 1808 

Moses p. Halch, {March 11, 1851 | 1 

Marshals, 

Nehemfah Bodge, I April 11, 1848 It Nehomiah Dodge,* . . . . I March 8, 1858 

Portias F. Parsons, | March 11, 185 1 | John B. Johnson,* | July 6, 1854 



POUGHKEEPSIE. 

Mayors, 

Junes Emott. | 1854 | George Wilkinson, ....I 1806 

Henry D. Yarick,' | 1856 | \ 

Chamberlain, 

Robert N. Pahner, 1854. 

Marshals, 

John Wlndoir, l 1854 I William Graham, I 1858 

Rochester. 



Mayors, 



Jonathan Child, 

Jacob Gould, 

A. M. Schermerhom,.. 
Thomas Kempshall,... 

Elisha Johnson 

Thomas H. Rochester,. 
Samuel G. Andrews, . . . 

ElUah F. Smith, 

Charies J. Hill, 

Isaac Hills, 

John Allen, 

William Pitkin, 



1884 
1885 
1887 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1840 
1840 
1842 
1848 
1844 
1845 



John B. EI wood, 

Joseph Field, , 

Levi A. Ward 

Samuel Richardson,.. . 
Nicholas E. Paine,. . . . 

Hamlin SUlwell, 

John Williams, 

Maltby Strong, 

Charies J. Hayden, ... 
Samuel J. Andrews,. . 
Rufus Kell«r, 



, 1847 

, 1848 

1249 

, 1850 

1851 

, lS6t 

,«.... 1858 

, 1854 

, 1855 

, 1856 

1857 



1 Resigned August 11, 1858. * In place of Do<1ge, resigned. 

* Mr. Emott having been elected a Justice of the Supreme Court in the 2d district, 

resigned in January, 1856, and Varick was chosen to fill his place till the election 

in March. 



430 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS OF CITIES. 



SCHKNBCTADY. 



Mayors, 



Names. 



Joseph C. Yates, 

John Yates, 

Abraham Oothoudt, .... 

John Yates, 

Maus Scliermvrhorn,. . . . 

ll(\nry Yates, Jr 

Isaac M. Schcrmcrhorn, 

David Boyd 

Isaac M. Schcrmerhom, 

Archibald Cralir, 

John I. Dc GruflT. 

Archibald L. Linn, 

John I. De Graff, 

Samuel W. Jones, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb»T 

April 

Feb»y 



81, 
16, 

28, 
18, 



17»S 
1808 
1810 
1811 
1818 
1817 
1625 
1886 
1828 
1831 
1882 
1885 
1886 
1887 



Names. 



Archibald L Linn,. . . . 
Alexander G Gibson,. 

John I. De Graff, 

Alexander C- Gibson,. 

JobnI. De Graff; 

Peter Kowe, 

James E. Van Home,. 

Peter Kowe, 

Mordecal Myers, 

Ab*m A. Van Vorst,.. 

Mordecal Myers,. 

Abel Smith, 

Benjamin V. B. Yedder, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



1S99 
1810 
18D 
1648 
1645 
1646 
1648 
1650 
1S51 
1S5S 
18M 
1S55 
1657 



Syracuse. 



Mayors. 



Harvey Baldwin 

Ellas W. Leavenworth, • 

Alft-edll. Hovey, 

Horace Wheaton,^ 

Jason C. Woodruff^ 



1S48 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 



Dennis McCarthy,... 

Allen Manroe, 

Lyman Stephens, .... 
Charles F. WiUUton, 



!•• ••■••••• 



1858 
1854 
1855 



Richard A. Yoe,. 
S. Coming Jodd, 
L. L. Alexander, 



Clerks, 



1849 
1849 
1860 



Carroll E. Smith, I 18M 

Jamea OUlefpto, I 1857 



Troy. 



Albert Pawling;.. 
Esaias Warren,... 
Samuel McCoun,. 
Geor|{e Tibbita, .. 
Richard P. Hart, . 
Jonas CHeartt,.. 
Gonlon Coming, . 
Francis N. Mann,. 
Day O. KeUogg,*. 



Mayors, 



April 15, 1816 H 
Feb*y 10, 1820 

1883 

1880 

1886 

1887 

1848 

1847 

1850 



Hanford N. Lookwood,* 
Joseph M. Warren,... 

Gtw/rgia Gould 

Foster Bosworth, 

Ellas Plam,« 

Jonathan Edwards, . . . 
JohnH. Griswold,.... 

Hiram Slocam, 

Alfred Watkyns, 



1S60 
1851 
185i 
18U 
1858 
1654 
ItfS 
ISM 

i8sr 



> Appointed r. Mosm D. Bennett, who wu elected bat did not qoaliiy. 

* Resigned, November 7, 1850. 

* In place of Bosworth. resigned. 

* Appointed, November 7, in plaoe of Kellogg; 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS — SEALS. 



431 



XJtica. 
Mayors, 



NameB. 



Joseph Kirkland,.... 
Henry Seymour,.. . . 
Joseph Kirkland,. . . . 

John li. Ostrom, 

Theodores. Gold,... 
Charles P. Kirkland,. 
John C. Devereux, . . 
Spencer Kello^, .... 
luMratio Seymour,. . . . 
Frederick Hollister,.. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



1882 
18-W 
1S34 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1841 
1842 
1848 



Names. 



Ward Hunt, 

Edmond A. Wetmore,. 
•I as Watson Williams,. 

JoMhna A. Spencer, 

Thomas R. Walker,.... 

>1ohn E. Hinman 

Charles H. Doollttle,.. . 

John E. Hinman, 

Henry H. Fish, 

Alrick A. Hubbell, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



1844 
1845 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1851 
1858 
1854 
1855 
1856 



WiLLIAMSBURGH. 

Mayors, 

Alvah G. Berry, I 185S fl William WalU. 



1858 



SEALS. 

There have been three great seals of the State of New-York, 
of which the first two were pendant, and the third incumbent. 
The first was devised by a committee consisting of Mr. Morris, 
Mr. Jay and Mr. Hobart, appointed by the convention in 1777* 
for thf(t purpose, and was adopted by act of March 16, 1778 ; it 
is thus described : " A rising sun ; motto. Excelsior ; legend. 
The Great Seal of the State of New-York. On the reverse a 
rock in the ocean ; legend, Frustra." This seal and its reverse 
are shown on plates one and two. 

The comptroller, attorney-general and survey er-general were, 
in 1798,* authorized to repair, or cause to be made, a new seal. 
A new one was accordingly prepared, and the description recorded 
January 22, 1799, as follows: "The arms of the state com- 
plete, with supporters, crest and motto ; around the same, The 
Great Seal of New-York. On the reverse a rock, and waves 
beating against it; motto, Frustra above; 1798 below.'' This 
seal is also shown on plates one and two. 

In 1809,' the great seal now in use was ordered, and on the 28th 
of November, 1809, was first used. It is thus described : "Argent; 
a rising sun proper ; crest in a wreath ; a demi-globe, and an 



L Jonmal of provincial congress, I., p. 882. * Act of January 26, 1798. 
3 Act of March 27, 1809. 



432 SEALS. 

eagle passant, regardant, all proper; supporters, the figure of 
Justice on the dexter, and Liberty on the sinister side ; motto, 
Excelsior; legend. The Great Seal of the State of New- 
York." This seal is shown on the engraved title page of this 
volume. 

The great seal is attached to patents, commissions, pardons and 
such other instruments as require the governor's signature. 

A bill was introduced in the senate, February 7, lYOY, for 
giving the custody of this seal to the chancellor, but did not 
become a law. It is nominally in charge of the governor, and is 
kept by the secretary of state. 

The act of 17 7 8 directed a privy seal to be prepared, which 
should be used for military commissions and other purposes, for 
which, under the colony, the seal of the governor was used. 
The device of this seal is the crest of the state arms, and tlic 
motto, Excelsior. Three or four different dies have been used; 
on plate four are shown the first of these and the one now in 
use. This seal is kept and used by the governor. 

In 1827^ the adjutant-general was directed to prepare a seal, 
to be used on military commissions. This seal is shown on plate 
four. 

The act of March 16, 1778, which provided for the great and 
privy seal, also directed one to be prepared for the Supreme Court, 
Court of Probate, Court of Admiralty and Court of Chancery; 
engravings of each of these, excepting that of the Court of 
Admiralty, are given. Of the Chancery seal, several dies are 
preserved in the state library, differing in their details, but essen- 
tially alike. 

The Court of Exchequer, a branch of the Supreme Court, had 
a seal which was adopted July 17, 1786, and is thus described: 
"Lozengy, argent and gules, supported on the sinister side by 
Justice standing on a floor, lozengy, sable and argent; each e( 
the sable checks charged with a star."* 

The seal of the State Court of Admiralty was oval, and had 
for its device the figure of Neptune, in a car drawn by sea horses, 
holding in the right hand a trident and in the left an American 
flag; in the back-ground a ship. Legend, Seal of ths Ooust 
OF Admiralty, State of New- York. 

The '* Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction 
of Errors" adopted a seal, February 6, 1786, and coniiniied its 
use until the court was merged in the "Comrt for ihe Trial U 



^ Aet of April le. 

* An Utoglble impreMdon of thte aeal te on ffle in fhe ■eoitlafjf^ 



SEALS. 433 

Impeachments," midcr the constitution of 1846. The former 
seal is thus described : " Field argent ; in the precise middle chief, 
a sun in its meridian ; below the sun, a scroll, bearing the words, 
New-York; and round the field, the inscription of Court fob 
Trial of Impeachments and Correction of Errors." 

The Court for the Trial of Impeachments adopted a seal, which 
was filed July 30, 1853, having the same device as the former. 

The seal of the Court of Equity, devised by the circuit judges, 
and filed May 24, 1823, is circular, and thus described : "In the 
centre an open scroll, surrounded by rays ; the word Equity in- 
scribed on the upper part of the scroll, and a sword and olive 
branch crossed upon the lower edge, surrounded with the legend, 
State of New-York. Circuit Courts." 

The seals of the several county clerks were the seals of the 
Courts of Common Pleas, and are declared by the present consti- 
tution to be the seals of the Supreme Court, in their respective 
counties. 

The secretary of state was directed, by an act of March 27, 
1809, to procure a seal. There are two dies in his office, of which 
the larger is the one now used. No records have been found, 
showing when this was first used, or when the smaller one was 
discontinued, if ever used. Engravings of both are given on plate 
three. The comptroller's seal was adopted on the organization of 
the office, in 1797, and has been recently re^ngraved. Its device 
is a harpy attempting to seize the public purse, while a hand holds 
a dagger to her breast. Motto, Ne Quid Nimis. 

Upon organizing the Bank Department, a seal was prepared, 
which was approved by the governor. May 27, 1851. It is 
described as follows : " Shield ; in chief, arms of the State of 
New- York ; in base, two keys crossed ; supporter?, on dexter side, 
an iron safe and caduceus of Mercury; on sinister side, a dog 
couchant; crest, an eagle on a demi-globe; motto. Excelsior; 
the whole surrounded by the words, Bank Department, State 
OF New-York." 

The seal of the Canal Department, ordered by the act of April 
3, 1848, contains the device of the medal struck by the city of 
New- York to commemorate the completion of the Erie canal, 
surrounded by the words, Canal Department, Auditor's Seal, 
N. York. 

Upon the erection of the office of Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, in 1854, a seal was ordered to be prepared, which 
was adopted April 11th, and is thus described: "A circular ring, 
with the words Office of Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion in the margin of the circle, inclosing a scroll with the word 

37 



434 SEALS. 

Excelsior ; and under the scroll, the words State of New- 
York." 

The seal of the Railroad Commissioners was in the form of a 
shield, having for its device a locomotive engine, with the inscrip- 
tion, State of New-York above, and Board of Railroad 

CoMMIHSIONKKb bcloW, 



APPENDIX. 



REPRESENTATIVES FROM NEW-YORK IN THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS -1857 -9 

Elected November, 1856. 

Mrst Session began December Y, 1857. 



1g 


Names. 


Residences. 


• 

P 

20 
25 
19 
10 
13 
16 
27 
26 
11 

1 
30 

3 
17 

2 
12 

7 


Names. 


Residences. 


29 
21 
31 

8 
18 

6 
14 
15 
33 
22 
24 

9 
.32 
23 

4 
28 

5 


AndrewSjSam'lG. 
Bennett, Henry, . 
Burroughs, 8. M,, 
Clark, Horace F., 
Cochrane, C. B.,. 
Cochrane, John,. 
Corning, Erastus, 
Dodd, Edward^- 
FentoUjReub'nE. 
Goodwin, H. C.,. 
Granger,Amos P. 
Haskins, John B,, 
Hatch, Israel T.,. 
Hoard, Chas. B.,. 

Kelley, John, 

Kelsey, Wm. H., 
Maclay, Wm. B., 


Rochester. 

Now Berlin. 

Medina. 

New- York. 

Schenectady. 

New- York. 

Albany. 

Argyle. 

Fredonia. 

Oswego. 

Syracuse. 

New- York. 

Buffalo. 

Watertown. 

New- York. 

Geneseo. 

New- York. 


Matteson, 0. B.,- 
Morgan,Edwln B. 
Morse, Oliver A., 
Murray, Amb. S., 
Olin, Abram B.,. 
Palmer, Geo. W., 
Parker, John M., 
Pottle, Emory B., 
Russell, Wm. F., 
Searing, John A., 
Sherman, J. WL.. 
Sickles, Dan'l E., 
Spinner, F. E.,... 
Taylor, George,.. 
Thompson, John, 
Ward, Elijah,.... 


Utlca. 

Aurora. 

Cherry Valley. 

Goshen. 

Troy. 

Plattsburgh. 

Owego. 

Naples. 

Saugerties. 

Brooklyn. 

Angelica. 

New- York. 

Mohawk. 

Brooklyn. 

Poughkeepsle. 

New- York. 



21 
26 

8 
14 
32 
27 

7 

5 
23 
30 
19 
13 
20 
16 
11 

4 



NEW-YORK SENATE. 

ElGHTY-FlRSt AND EiGHTY-SeCOND SESSIONS 1858-9. 

Eighty-First Session began January 5, 1858. 
Clerk — Samuel P. Allen, of Rochester. 



Names. 



Ames, Cheney,— 
Boardman, T.,.— 
Brandreth, Benj., 
Burhans, Edw. 1., 
Darling, John P., 
Dlven, Alex. 8.,- 
Doherty, John,.. 
Ely, Smith, Jr.,.. 
Foote, John J.^. 
Halsted, John B., 
Hubbell, Alrlck,. 
Johnson, Geo. Y., 
Laflin,Addis'n H. 
Loveland, R. A.,. 
Mandeville,W. G. 
Mather, John C.,. 



Residences. 


p 


Oswego. 


22 


Covert. 


28 


Sing Sing. 


10 


Roxbury. 


6 


Cattaraugus. 


15 


Elmlra. 


2 


New- York. 


1 


New- York. 


3 


Hamilton. 


29 


Castile. 


24 


Utlca. 


31 


Dunnsvllle. 


9 


Herkimer. 


17 


Westport. 


12 


Stuyvesant Falls. 


18 


New- York. 


25 



Names. 



Noxon, James,. .. 
Paterson, John E. 
Pratt, George W. 
Schell, Richard,. 
Scott, George G.,- 
Sloan, Samuel,... 
Smith, Joshua B., 
8plnola,Fr'ncl8 B. 
Stow, Horatio J., 
Truman, Lyman, 
Wadsworth , Jas., 
Wheeler, O. B.,.. 
Wheeler, Wm.A. 
Willard, John D., 
WlUard, Jos. A,. 
Wnil'ms, Alex. B. 



Residences. 



Syracuse. 

Parma Centre. 

Kingston. 

New- York. 

Ballston. 

Brooklyn. 

Smlthtown. 

Brooklyn. 

Lewiston. 

Owego. 

Bufffvlo. 

Otlsvllle. 

Malone. 

Troy. 

IiOWvUle. 

Lyons. 



MDHICIPAL OFFICEHB OP CITEM. 



«.. 


"St-S" 


«™e.. 


Wben ApiKMUd 




'= 1 












UiLiUlu Nleulla, 

Fnuii^taBoinlKHill,'!.!!! 

WimaniDw, 

(»rnclliujlen><riek,.., 
GubriHl Mlnvellle, 

p. DeLaynoy. 

Jolin Uurenrn, 

AbRihim Do PeyUer, .. 






Edwiinl Hn'luui, 

Wlilirbe^S^iDti."!!.'! 
D«W Mntthew^' 

Elchinl V«rioi^''''^'- 
SdinnlLlTliiitsMn,... 

wEpiSdln 


Si 


.... irii 

.... ;iK 
"liC ini 

i 

■HiS 


im 

18T8 


'^ 

:::::::::■: ig 




JohanFiaDePBIWif, .. 
IhivUl ProTooM, 


Wimsm Puldlng, 

Wmllrr Bowne, 






im 




ThotDU Noote. 


OonwIiuiW.LBwrBiiM, 






wmiam PesrlMiS 


Isioc L. VivUn, .... 










johuJi.Ston,..'!!!"!! 


na 


Ambr..M G. KlDESIuid, 
Jioob A. Wwlervoll, ,. 

Femuido Wood 

DunW F. Ttam— 


!;.'". .■."!\. i9» 


Bobert W»llei». 

Jobinun JuiHD, 

Boberi Lnrting, 


■■-" :1S 





Rewrdera — 1683 - 1866. 



Janiu Gnbun, 




John p. PretoW, 

S='E,-i;i«SS;; 

Mouirin Llvingauin,... 
PierreC. VnoWjok.. 
Jtolih Ogtim Horrnma, 

S.',-S|;S;::-.. :: 

BlcbHrd Biker, 

f'liniiel Jonn, 

BIchard Rlk^, 

KiibBTl H. MorrlL 

Pred. i.TULnnJite,... 


5s" a 

11 

at 


Jstu«M.8rolih.JrT.. 





GeorgB Q. Birmrd, DewmbM IW 



> AiqKilDlad br ad^nlil gi 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS OF CITIES. 



429 



James Piatt 

De Witt a Littlef ohn, .. 

Leander BaboocK, 

Samuel B< Beardsley,. . . 



Oswego. 

April 11, 1848 n John Thnnnaii, 

March 18, 1849 James D. Colver, 

March 12, 1S60 De Witt a LitUeJoha, . 

March 11, 1851 H Lacios B. Crocker,. . . . . 



March 
March 
March 
March 



9, 1852 
8, 1868 
«, 1856 
7,1856 



BecorderB, 

OrvilleJ. Harmon, I April 14, 1848 li John Tharman, I Aag^t 19, 1868 

Onrille Robinson, | Nov. 8, 1852 ) | 

City Clerks, 

JohnM. Casey, I April 11, 1848 I JohnM. Casey, I March 9, 1808 

Moses P. Hatch, {March 11, 1851 | 1 

Marahals. 

Nehemf ah Dodge, I April 11, 1848 || Nehomiah Dodge,*....! March 8, 1858 

Portias F. Parsons, | March 11, 1851 | John B. Johnson,' | July 6, 1854 



POUGHKEBPSIB. 

Mayors, 



James Emott. I 1854 I George Wilkinson, ....I 1806 

Henry D. Yariok,' | 1856 | \ 

Chamberlain, 

Robert N. Pahner, 1854. 

Marshals, 

I 1854 i William Graham, I 1856 



JohnWfaisloir,. 



Jonathan Child, 

Jacob Gould, 

A. M. Schermerhom,.. 
Thomas Kempshall,... 

Elisha Johnson 

Thomas H. Rochester, . 
Samuel G. Andrews, . . . 

ElUah F. Smith, 

Charies J. Hill, 

Isaac Hills, 

John Allen, 

WUUam Pitkin, 



Rochester. 
Mayors, 



1884 
1885 
1887 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1840 
1840 
1842 
1848 
1844 
1845 



I John B. Elwood, 

Joseph Field, 

Levi A. Ward 

Samuel Richardson,.. 
Nicholas E. Paine,. . . 
Hamlin Stilwell, .... 

John Williams, 

Maltby Strong, 

Charies J. Hayden, . 
Samuel J. Andrews,. 
Ruf us Keller, 



1847 
1848 
1249 
1850 
1851 
1S62 

1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 



> Resigned August 11, 1858. * In place of Dodge, resigned. 

* Mr. Emott havinff been elected a Justice of the Supreme Court in the 2d district, 

resigned in January, 1856, and Varick was chosen to fill his place till the electi(m 

in March. 



430 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS OF CITIES. 



SCHKNBCTADY. 



Mayors, 



Names. 



Joseph C. Tales, 

John Yates, 

Al>rahain Oothoudt, .... 

John Yates, 

Maus Schermerhora,. . . . 

Henry Yates, Jr 

Isaac' M. Schermerhorn, 

David Boyd 

Isaac M. Schermerhorn, 

Archibald i'raiir, 

John I. He Graff. 

Archibald L. Linn, 

John I. De Graff, 

Samuel W. Jones, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



March 

Feb'y 

Feb'y 

Feb»y 

April 

Feb'y 



81, 

16, 
26, 
28, 
6, 
18. 



1798 
1808 
1810 
1811 
1818 
1817 
1625 
1826 
1828 
1881 
1882 
1885 
188S 
1887 



Names. 



Archibald L. Linn, 

Alexander G Gibson, . . 

John I. De Graff, 

Alexander C- Gibson, . . 

John LDe Graff, 

Peter Kowe, 

James E. Van Home, . . 

Peter Kowe, 

Mordecai Myers, 

Ab'm A. VanVorst,... 

Mordecai Myers,. 

Abel Smith, 

Benjamin Y. S. Yedder 



Whrai Appointed 
or Elected. 



, 1889 

» • • • vi IvW 

, 18tt 

1848 

1845 

1846 

> . • • «• loH 

1850 

. ... 1651 

1852 

, 18ft4 

1855 

1S5I 



Syracuse. 



Mayors. 



Harvey Baldwin 

Ellas W. Leavenworth, < 

Alfred H. Hovey, 

Horace Whoaton,* 

Jason G. Woodruli; ... . 



ia48 

1849 
1850 
1851 
1858 



i 



Dennis McCarthy,... 

Allen Munroe, 

Lyman Stephens, .... 
Charles F. Williston, 



, 1868 

1854 

1855 

ltfi6 



Bichard A. Toe,. 
B. Coming Jadd, 
L. L. Alexander, 



Clerks. 



1849 
1849 
1860 



Carroll E. Smith, | 1854 

James GiUeq|>i«, 19SI 



Troy. 



Mayors, 



Albert Pawling,.. 
Esaias Warren,... 
Samuel McCoun,. 
George Tibbits. . . 
Bichard P. Hart, . 
Jonas CHeartt,.. 
Gurdon Corning,. 
Francis N, Mann*. 
DayO.Kellogg,3. 



April 15, 1816 
Feb'y 10, 1820 

1828 

1880 

1886 

1887 

1848 

1847 

1850 



Hanford N. Lockwood,* 
Joseph M. Warren, . . . 

George Gould 

Foster Bos worth, 

Ellas Plum,« 

Jonathan Edwards, . . . 
John H. Grlswold,. ... 

Hiram Slocum 

Alfred Watkyns, 



1690 
1851 
1851 
1858 
1868 
1854 
W& 
ISM 
1867 



1 Appointed r, Moses D. Bennett, who was elected bat did not qaaliiy. 
s Resigned, November 7, 1850. 
* In place of Rosworth. resigned. 



Appointed, November 7, in place of Kellogg. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS SEALS. 



481 



Utica. 
Mayors, 



Names. 



Joeepb Kirkland,. . . . 

Henry Seymour 

Joseph Kirkland,.... 

John li. Ostroro, 

Theodores. Gold,... 
Charles P. Kirkland,. 
John C. Dererenx, . . 
Spencer Kello^a;, .... 
Horatio Seymour,. . . . 
Frederick HoUiater,.. 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



1882 
18Sd 
1834 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1841 
1842 
1848 



Names. 



Ward Hunt, 

Edmond A. Wetmore,. 
'laa Watson Williams,. 
JoHhna A. Spencer, . . . . 
Thomas R. Wallier,.... 

'lohn E. Hinman 

Charles H. Doolitae,.. . 

'lohn E. Hinman, 

Henry H. Fish 

Alrick A. Habbell, 



When Appointed 
or Elected. 



1844 
1845 
184T 
1848 
1849 
1851 
1858 
1854 
1855 
1856 



AlvahO. Berry,. 



WiLLIAMSBURGH. 

Mayors, 

.1 1852 n William Wall | 1858 



SEALS. 

There have been three great seals of the State of New- York, 
of which the first two were pendant, and the third incumbent. 
The first was devised by a committee consisting of Mr. Morris, 
Mr. Jay and Mr. Hobart, appointed by the convention in \*J*JV 
for thj(t purpose, and was adopted by act of March 16, lYYS ; it 
is thus described : " A rising sun ; motto. Excelsior ; legend. 
The Great Seal of the State of New-York. On the reverse a 
rock in the ocean ; legend, Frustba." This seal and its reverse 
are shown on plates one and two. 

The comptroller, attorney-general and survey er-general were, 
in 1798,' authorized to repair, or cause to be made, a new seal. 
A new one was accordingly prepared, and the description recorded 
January 22, 1799, as follows: "The arms of the state com- 
plete, with supporters, crest and motto ; around the same. The 
Great Seal of New-York. On the reverse a rock, and waves 
beating against it; motto, Frustra above; 1798 below." This 
seal is also shown on plates one and two. 

In 1809,' the great seal now in use was ordered, and on the 28th 
of November, 1809, was first used. It is thus described : "Argent; 
a rising sun proper; crest in a wreath; a demi-globe, and an 



^ Journal of provincial congress, I., p. 882. > Act of January 20, 1798. 
8 Act of March 27, 1809. 



432 8BALS. 

eagle passant, regardant, all pl^oper ; supporters, the figure of 
Justice on the dexter, and Liberty on the sinister side; motto, 
Excelsior; legend. The Great Seal of the State op New- 
York." This seal is shown on the engraved title page of this 
volume. 

The great seal is attached to patents, commissions, pardons and 
such other instruments as require the governor's signature. 

A bill was introduced in the senate, February 7, 11 91, for 
ffiving the custody of this seal to the chancellor, but did not 
become a law. It is nominally in charge of the governor, and is 
kept by the secretary of state. 

The act of 11 IS directed a privy seal to be prepared, which 
should be used for military commissions and other purposes, for 
which, under the colony, the seal of the governor was used. 
The device of this seal is the crest of the state arms, and the 
motto, Excelsior. Three or four different dies have been used; 
on plate four are shown the first of these and the one now in 
use. This seal is kept and used by the governor. 

In 1827* the adjutant-general was directed to prepare a seal, 
to be used on military commissions. This seal is shown on plate 
four. 

The act of March 16, 1*778, which provided for the great and 
privy seal, also directed one to be prepared for the Supreme Court, 
Court of Probate, Court of Admiralty and Court of Chancery; 
engravings of each of these, excepting that of the Court of 
Admiralty, are given. Of the Chancery seal, several dies arc 
preserved in the state library, differing in their details, but essen- 
tially alike. 

ITie Coui-t of Exchequer, a branch of the Supreme Court, had 
a seal which was adopted July 17, 1786, and is thus described; 
"Lozengy, argent and gules, supported on the sinister side by 
Justice standing on a floor, lozengy, sable and argent; each oi 
the sable checks charged with a star."* 

The seal of the State Court of Admiralty was oval, and had 
for its device the figure of Neptune, in a car drawn by sea horses, 
holding in the right hand a trident and in the left an American 
flag; in the back-ground a ship. Legend, Seal of the Court 
OF Admiralty, State of New- York. 

The " Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction 
of Errors" adopted a seal, February 6, 1786, and continued its 
use until the court was merged in the "Court for the Trial of 



> Act of April 16. 

■ An Uleglble impression of this seal is on file in the Becretafy*^ olBoe. 



SEALS. 433 

Impeachments," under the constitution of 1846. The former 
seal is thus described : " Field argent ; in the precise middle chief, 
a sun in its meridian ; below the sun, a scroll, bearing the words, 
New-York; and round the field, the inscription of Court for 
Trial op Impeachments and Correction op Errors." 

The Court for the Trial of Impeachments adopted a seal, which 
was filed July 30, 1853, having the same device as the former. 

The seal of the Court of Equity, devised by the circuit judges, 
and filed May 24, 1823, is circular, and thus described: "In the 
centre an open scroll, surrounded by rays ; the word Equity in- 
scribed on the upper part of the scroll, and a sword and olive 
branch crossed upon the lower edge, surrounded with the legend, 
State of New-York. Circuit Courts." 

The seals of the several county clerks were the seals of the 
Courts of Common Pleas, and are declared by the present consti- 
tution to be the seals of the Supreme Court, in their respective 
counties. 

The secretary of state was directed, by an act of March 27, 
1809, to procure a seal. There are two dies in his oflSce, of which 
the larger is the one now used. No records have been found, 
showing when this was first used, or when the smaller one was 
discontinued, if ever used. Engravings of both are given on plate 
three. The comptroller's seal was adopted on the organization of 
the office, in 1797, and has been recently reSngraved. Its device 
is a harpy attempting to seize the public purse, while a hand holds 
a dagger to her breast. Motto, Ne Quid Nimis. 

Upon organizing the Bank Department, a seal was prepared, 
which was approved by the governor, May 27, 1851. It is 
described as follows: "Shield; in chief, arms of the State of 
New-York ; in base, two keys crossed ; supporter?, on dexter side, 
an iron safe and caduceus of Mercury; on sinister side, a dog 
couch ant; crest, an eagle on a demi-globe; motto. Excelsior; 
the whole surrounded by the words. Bank Department, State 
OF New-York." 

The seal of the Canal Department, ordered by the act of April 
3, 1848, contains the device of the medal struck by the city of 
New- York to commemorate the completion of the Erie canal, 
surrounded by the words. Canal Department, Auditor's Seal, 
N. York. 

Upon the erection of the office of Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, in 1854, a seal was ordered to be prepared, which 
was adopted April 11th, and is thus described : "A circular ring, 
with the words Office of Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion in the margin of the circle, inclosing a scroll with the word 

37 



434 SEALS. 

Excelsior ; and under the scroll, tlie words State of New- 
York." ... 

The seal of the Railroad Commissioners was in the form of a 
shield, having for its device a locomotive engine, with the inscrip- 
tion, Spate of New-York above, and Board of Railroad 
Commissioners below. 



APPENDIX. 



REPRESENTATIYES FROM NEW-YORK IN THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS -1857 -9 

Elected November, 1856. 

Mrst Session began December 7, 1857. 



Dist. 


Names. 


Residences. 


• 

ft 

20 
25 
19 
10 
13 
16 
27 
26 
11 

1 
30 

3 
17 

2 
12 

7 


Names. 


Residences. 


29 
21 
31 

8 
18 

6 
14 
15 
33 
22 
24 

9 
.32 
23 

4 
28 

5 


Andrews,Sam'lG. 
Bennett, Henry, . 
Burroughs, S. M., 
Clark, Horace F., 
Cochrane, C. B.,. 
Cochrane, John,. 
Corning. Erastus, 
Dodd, Edward,.. 
FentonjReub'n E. 
Goodwin, H. C.,. 
Granger,Amos P. 
Haskins, John B., 
Hatch, Israel T.,. 
Hoard, Chas. B.,. 

Kelley, John, 

Kelsey, Wm. H., 
Maclay, Wm. B., 


Rochester. 

New Berlin, 

Medina. 

New- York. 

Schenectady. 

New- York. 

Albany. 

Argyle. 

Fredonia. 

Oswego. 

Syracuse. 

New- York. 

Buffalo. 

Watertown. 

New- York. 

Geneseo. 

New- York. 


Matteson, 0. "B... 
Morgan,Edwin B. 
Morse, Oliver A., 
Murray, Amb. S., 
Olin, Abram B.,. 
Palmer, Geo. W., 
Parker, John M., 
Pottle, Emory B., 
Russell, Wm. F., 
Searing, John A., 
Sherman, J. W.,- 
Sickles, Dan'l E., 
Spinner, F. E.,... 
Taylor, George,. . 
Thompson, John, 
Ward, Elijah,.... 


Utica. 

Aurora. 

Cherry Valley. 

Goshen. 

Troy. 

Plattsburgh. 

Owego. 

Naples. 

Saugerties. 

Brooklyn. 

Angelica. 

New- York. 

Mohawk. 

Brooklyn. 

Poughkeepsle. 

New- York. 



NEW-YORK SENATE. 

ElGHTY-FlRSl: AND EiGHTY-SeCOND SESSIONS — 1858-9. 

Eighty-First Session began January 5, 1858. 
Clerk — Samuel P. Allen, of Rochester. 



OB 

s 


Names. 


Residences. 


• 

5 

22 


Names. 


Residences. 


21 


Ames, Cheney,.. 


Oswego. 


Noxon, James,. .. 


Syracuse. 


26 


Boardman, T.,... 


Covert. 


28 


Paterson, John E. 


Parma Centre. 


8 


Brandreth, Benj., 
Burhans, Edw. 1., 


Sing Sing. 


10 


Pratt. George W. 
Schell, Richard,. 


Kingston. 


14 


Roxbury. 


6 


New- York. 


32 


Darling, John P., 


Cattaraugus. 


15 


Scott, George G.,. 


Ballston. 


27 


Dlven, Alex. S.,- 


Elmira. 


2 


Sloan, Samuel,. .. 


Brooklyn. 


7 


Doherty, John,.. 


New- York. 


1 


Smith, Joshua B., 


Smiihtown. 


5 


Ely, Smith, Jr.,-. 


New- York. 


3 


Spinola,Fr'Bcis B. 


Brooklyn. 


23 


Foote, John J.^. 
Halsted, John R, 


Hamilton. 


29 


Stow, Horatio J., 


Lewiston. 


30 


Castile. 


24 


Truman, Lyman, 


Owego. 


19 


Hubbell, Alriokj. 
Johnson, Geo. Y., 


Utica. 


31 


Wadsworth,Jas., 


Buffiilo. 


13 


Dunnsville. 


9 


Wheeler, U. B.,.. 


Otisville. 


20 


Laflin,Addis'n H. 


Herkimer. 


17 


Wheeler, Wm. A. 


Malone. 


16 


Loveland, R. A.,. 


Westport. 


12 


Willard, John D., 


Troy. 


11 


Mandeville,W. G. 


Stuyvesant Falls. 


18 


Willard, Joe. A.,. 


Lowvllle. 


4 


Mather, John C.,. 


New- York. 


25 


Willl'ms, Alex. B. 


Lyons. 



APPENDIX. 



HEW-YOEK ASSEMBLY. 
EiOHTT-FiRBT Sbssion beoah Jauuakt 5, 18< 



John a PaJmBr. 
allaraHgHS: _ 
Horry VirnAcr 



'lAvdRBtJawln. ... 
CliHUiraey M. AbWit,-- . 
ChasJauaur 



John hog^urtj' 

William KiieSf. 
CliiUon : 

ZcphanlBh O. FI 
CMHtntta ; 

bavld ■Milkr.- - 

LorBnioOUe,... 



rielchiir Palmer... 
SniDueiA Law,-„- 



Alborl 



insili. 



Ardrcw J- Molfeil,— 
Kihn T. WhoclQck... 

MonnMlbll. 
•ranMin: 

Cbarlee RdmoII. 
Mlion andHamiilvn: 

JohD C. UJllQDe. 

FraDMla Q. Klnginui 
Daniel B. Stmns. 

■^'fl'SJie Bnbbitt, 

EMbu 0. Ohuroh,..- 
BolMrt ¥. Autln,.... 



rt. 


&■««; 


Dirt. 








ullvkiZchi^SSr:: 












1 






Homer Colllni. 






1 


Lertur M. Cage, 1 


" 








1 


liobm HlaplBS » 

JUoalgnmery: 

SSSte.'!^:::::::::::::::: l 










^ 


?S',?Lfi:::::'::::::::::::: 1 


1 


Tboni« JoEoa,Jr., 

JoboW-Chaoler, 


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1 


Duabam J, Craln, 

Edwwd A- Moore, 


u 

w 


i 


friagara: 




Oneida ■■ 


















Onondaga : 






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1 


Orfeo«.- 





APPENDIX. 



437 



Oswego : Dlst. 

William Baldwin, 1 

John J. Wolcott, 2 

Chauncey S. Sage, 3 

Otsego : 

Charles McLean, J 1 

David M. Hard, 2 

Putnam : 

John Garrison, 
Queens : 

Edward A. Lawrence, 1 

John S. Hendrickson, 2 

Rensselaer : 

Jason C. Osgood, 1 

Daniel Fish, 2 

Martin Miller, 3 

Richmond : 

Eben W. Hubbard. 

Rockland : 

Wesley J. "Weiant. 

St. Lawrence : 

Harlow Godard, 1 

William Briggs, ^ 2 

Oscar F. Shepard, 3 

Saratoga : 

Chauncey Bough ton, 1 

Tabor B. Reynolds, 2 

ScJieneclady ,• 

Angus McLitosh. 

Schoharie : 

J' hn H. Salesbury. 

Schuyler : 

Henry Fish. 

Seneca ,• 

Augustus Woodworth, 



Steuben : Dirt. 

Robert B. Van Valkenburgh, 1 

Washington Barnes, 2 

William B. Jones, 3 

Si{folk: 

George Howell, 1 

George P. Mills, 2 

Sullivan ,• 

Asa Hodge. 

Tioga : 

William P. Reynolds. 

Tompkins : 

Edward S. Esty. 

Ulster: 

Luther L. Laflin, 1 

Isaac Beckerj. 2 

Nathan AV. Watson, 8 

Warren : 

Alexander Robertson. 

Washington : 

Thaddeus H. Walker, 1 

Ralph Richards, 2 

Wavne : 

Edward W. Sentell, 1 

Charles Estes, 2 

Westchester : 

Abraham B. Tappen, 1 

Edmund G. Sutherland, 2 

Frost Horton, 3 

Wyoming : 

Cyril Rawson. 
Yates : 

John Mather. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

1858. 



Names. 



Abbott, Chauncey M.,— 

Adams, Charles H., 

Alvord, Thomas G., 

Armstrong, Cornel's W., 

Austin, Robert F., 

Avery, Amos, 

Babbitt, George, — 

Bacheller, Dwight, 

Baker, Hezekiah,_ 

Baldwin, David B., 

Baldwin, William, 

Barnes, Washington,... 

Beach, Moses S., 

Becker, I^aao, 

Bell, Alfred, 

Bleecker, George W.,- - 

Bliss, Henry, 

Boughton, Chauncey,. - 

Bouton, Nathan, , 

Briggs, William, , 



Residences. 



Cayuga, 

Albany. 

Onondaga. 

Albany. 

Jefferson. 

Erie. 

Jefferaon. 

Albany. 

Montgomery. 

Cayuga. 

Oswego. 

Steuben. 

Kings. 

Ulster. 

Livingston. 

Kings. 

Ohautauque. 

Saratoga. 

Cortland. 

St. Lawrence. 

SI* 



Names. 



Buffincton, Wm., Jr.,. 

Case, Lester M., 

Chanler, John W., 

Chatfield, David I.,-- 
Chauncev, David M.,_ 

Childs, Noah D., 

Church, Elihu C, 

Collins, Homer, 

Coppornoll, William,. 

Grain, Dunham J., 

Davtoa, John A., 

Delaney, Arthur J.,... 
Duryea, Harmanus B., 

Dyckman, Garret, 

Edgerton. Volney, 

Emans, Albert, 

Engs, Philip W., 

Estes, Charles, 

Esty, Edward S., 

Fish, Daniel, 



Residences. 



Cattaraugus. 
Madison. 
New -York. 
New -York. 
Kings. 
New -York. 
Jefferson. 
Lewis. 
Herkimer. 
New -York. 
Kings. 
New -York. 
Kings. 
New -York- 
Ontario. 
Dutchess. 
New -York. 
Wayne. 
Tompkins. 
Rensselaer. 



438 



APPENDIX. 



Names. 


Residences. 


Names. 


Residences. 


Vish. Henr\'. ........... 


Schuvler. 

New- York. 

Onondaga. 

Orange. 

New- York. 

Putnam. 

Columbia. 

St. Lawrence. 

Chautauquo. 

Chemung. 

Essex. 

Oneida. 

Allegany. 

Kings. 

Otsego. 

Oneida. 

Queens. 

Sullivan. 

Onondaga. 

Fulton &,Ham. 

Westchester. 

Suttblk, 

Richmond. 

Orleans. 

New-York. 

Livingston. 

New-York. 

Steuben. 

Allegany. 

Chenango. 

Genesee. 

Oneida. 

Niagara. 

Ulster. 

Chenango. 

Erie. 

Delaware. 

Queens. 

Herkimer. 

Monroe. 

New- York. 

Schenectady. 

Oneida. 

Otsego. 


McNett, Andrew J., ... 
Mather. John.......... 


Erie. 


Fitzgerald, Michael, 

Jf razee. James. .... ... 


Yates. 


Miller, David, 


Columbia. 


Fullerton, Stephen W.,. 
Gaire. William. -.... .... 


Miller. Martin 


Rensselaer. 


Mills, George P., 

Moore, Edward A., 

Osgood, Jason C, 

Palmer, Fletcher, 

Palmer, John S., 

Parsons, Thomas, 

Peck, Ira R., 


Suffolk. 


Garrison. John. 


New- York. 


Gile. Lorenzo. .......... 


Rensselaer. 


Godard, Harlow, 

Green, Charles B., 

Haggerty, John, 

Han. Monroe. . 


Delaware. 
Broome. 
Monroe. 
Ontario. 


Halley, Thomas G., 

Hammond. John M...... 


Piatt, Zephaniah C.,..- 
Rawsou, Cvril, 


Clinton. 
Wyoming. 


Hanford. John.......... 


Raymond, William P.,. 

Reynolds, Tabor B., 

Richards, Ralph, 

Robertson, A exander,. 

Russell, Charles, 

8 ge, ChaunceySy 

Salesbury, John H., 

Sceley, JohnGM 

Sentell, Edward W.,.-. 

Shepard, Oscar F., 

Smith, Jacob L., 

Staples, Robert, 

Stevenson, Charles J.,. 

Stewart, Robert, 

Strong, Daniel B., 

Sutherland, Edmund G. 
Tappan, Abraham B.,.. 
Van Aernam, Henry,. . 

Van Horn, Burt, 

Van Valkenburgh, R. B. 

Voorhees, John A., 

Wager, Ambrose, 

Walker, Thaddeus H.,. 

Watson, Nathan, 

W^eir. Georee. - 


Tioga. 


Hard, David M., 

Hart. Henrv R 


Saratoga. 
Washington. 


Henarickson, John S.,. .. 
Hodire. Asa. 


Warren. 
Franklin. 


Hoi brook, Levi S., 

Holmes, John C, 

Horton. Frost. ..... 


Oswego. 
Schoharie. 
New- York. 


Howell. Georere 


Wayne. 

St. Lawrence. 

New- York. 

Monroe. 

Orange. 

Madison. 

Greene. 

Westchester. 

Westchester. 


Hubbard, Ebon W., 

Hutchinson, Almauzor, . 
Jeremiah, George A.,... 
Jones. John H... ........ 


Jones, Thomas, Jr., 

Jones, William B., 

Jones, William F., 

Kales, William, 


Kingman, Franklin G., . 

Knight, Reuben, 

Labar, John W., 

Laflin, Luther L., 

Tjamb, Truxton G., 

Laning, Albert P., 

Law. Samuel A.,.. 


Cattaraugus. 

Niagara. 

Steuben. 

Kings. 

Dutchess. 

Washington. 

Ulster. 


Lawrence. Edward A.... 


New- York. 


Lewis. Harris. 


Weiant, Wesley J...... 

Wheelock, John T...... 

Winne, Richard, 

Wolcott, John J., 

Wolford, George, 

Woodworth, Augustus, 


Rockland. 


Lord. Jarvls. . 


Erie. 


Jjvnch, James H., ,. 

Mcintosh, Angus, 

McKown, William J.,... 
McLean, Charles, 


New-York. 
Oswego. 
Albany. 
Schuyler. 



Supplement to Alphabetical List of Members of Assembly. 

(Page 255-318.) 



Names. 


Counties. 


Years 


Names. 


Counties. 


Years. 


Bancker, Evert, 

Berrien, John, 

Brasher, Abraham, .. 

Gary, Ebonezer, 

Ooe, Benjamin, 

Edsall, Philip, 

Gardiner, Jacob, 


New -York, 
New -York, 
New -York, 
Dutchess,.. 

Queens, 

Queens, 

Tryon, 

Albany, ... 
Charlotte, . 


1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 


Lawrence, Daniel, - -. 
Livingston, Peter R.,. 
Lott, Abraham P., ... 

Ludenton, Henry, 

Mersereau, Joshua,.. 

Miller, Burnet, 

Moore. John*. ........ 


Qaeencs 

.4jbany, 

New -York, 
Datohese,.. 

Qaeens, 

daffblk, 

Tryon, 

Charlotte, . 
Orange, 


1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-81 
1780-Sl 
1780-81 


Gordon, James, 

Hopkimi, David, 


Parker, lohabod, 

Pyc, David, 


1780-81 
1780-81 



APPESDIZ. 



439 



Names. 


Conntiee. 


Years. 


Names. 


GountieB. 


Years. 


Schoonmaker, Cor. C. 

Seely, Bezaleel, 

Beger, David G., 

Tredwell, Thomas,... 
Van Rensselaer, J., Jr. 


Tryon, 

Orange, 

Albany, 

Suffolk,.... 
Albany, 


1780-81 

1780-81 

1835 

1780-81 

1780-81 


Van Zandt, Jacobns,. 
V>in Zandt, Peter P.,. 

Wickes, Thomas, 

Wynkoop, Dirck, 


New- York,. 
New- York,. 
Suffolk,.... 
Ulster, 


1780-81 
1780-^1 
1780-81 
1780-81 



METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT OF NEW- YORK. . 

The counties of New- York, Kings, Westchester and Richmond were, by 
an act passed April 16, 1867, united into a district under the above name. 
The chief oflScers of this district are five commissioners of police, "who, 
with the mayors of New- York and Brooklyn, constitute the board of 
police. Three of the commissioners are appointed from New-York, one 
from Kings, and one from Westchester or Richmond counties. They are 
appointed by the governor, with the consent of the senate, for a term of 
three years. After the first classification, vacancies are filled by the board 
for the residue of the unexpired term. 

Commissioners of Police. 



Names. 



James Bowen, 

Jacob Choi well, 

James 8. T. Stranahan, 

Simeon Draper, 

James W. Nye, 

Pelatiah Perit, 



Residences. 



"Westchester county,. 
New-York county, . . . 

Kings county, 

New- York county,... 
New- York county,-.. 
New- York county, . . . 



Appointed. 



April 15, 1857,. 
April 16, 1857,. 
April 15, 1857,. 
April 16, 1857,. 
April 16, 1857,. 
Nov. 7, 1857,. 



Term 
Expires. 



May 1, 1858. 
May 1, 1868. 
May 1, 1858. 
Resigned. 
May 1, 1859. 
May 1, 1869. 



Ex'Officio Members of the Board of Police, 

Years. 

Fernando Wood, Mayor of N"W-York, 1857 

Daniel F. Tiemanr, Mayor of New-York, 1858 

Samuel S. Powell, Mayor of Brooklyn, 1857-8 



SUPERINTENDENT OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 



This oflSce was created by an act passed April 11, 1861, and is filled by 
appointment of the governor, lieutenant-governor and secretary of state. 
The superintendent holds his oflSce during the pleasure of the appointing 
power, and receives a salary of $500. The secretarj' of state was formerly 
superintendent of weights and measures, and usually appointed some 
practical mechanic in Albany as deputy. 

Sup't of Weights and Measures, John Paterson, July 1, 1851 



440 APPENDIX. 

CANAL APPRAISERS. 

(Page 43.) 

By an act passed April 15, 1867, canal appraisers are appointed for a 
term of tliree years, and are so classified that one vacancy occurs in each 
year. Ui)on drawing lots for the term of the present appraisers, A. B. 
Parmelee drew for otie year, W. Wasson for two years, and H. H. Hull for 
three years. 



CONTRACTING BOARD. 

This board was organized by an act passed April 15, 1854. By an act 
of March 14, 1857, this board, after Jan. 1, 1858, was to consist of the 
state engineer and surveyor, the auditor of the canal department and the 
three canal commissioners. Their clerk is W. W. Wright. 



TOWNS ERECTED 

Since 1855, and not included in the list, 'page 4—19. 

Altona, taken from Chazy, Clinton county, December 2, 1857. 

Ei?na, taken from Lancaster and Aurora, Erie county, December 4, 1857. 

Ward, taken from Alfred and Amity, Allegany county, November 21, 1856. 



VILLAGES INCORPORATED BY THE LEGISLATURE, 1857, 

Cleveland, in the town of Constantia, Oswego county, April 15, 1857. 
Newport, in the town of Newport, Herkimer county, March 20, 1857. 



REPORTS OF CASES IN THE COURT OF APPEALS. 

(Page 348.) 

Gboboe F. Oomstock, firom September, 1847, to April, 1861,. .... 4 vols. 

Hehrt R. Seldbn, from July, 1851, to April, 1854, 6 vols. 

Francis Kern an, fi'om June, 1854, to March, 1657, , . 4 vols. 

E. Peshine Smith, June, 1857, to , , 1 voL 



APPENDIX. 



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SENATE DISTRICTS. 

( Page 109. ) 

By an act passed April 18, 1826, Delaware county was annexed to the 
second, and Steuben county to the sixth district. 

By an act passed May 23, 1836, Queens and Suffolk counties were 
annexed to the second, Delaware to the third, Herkimer to the fourth, 
Otsego to the fifth, Steuben, Livingston, Allegany and Cattaraugus to the 
sixth and Cortland to the seventh district. 

The several senate districts of the state were reorganized by an act 
passed April 13, 1867, under the provisions of article three, section four, 
of the constitution, and according to the returns of the census of 1866, a« 
follows : 



1. Queens, Richmond, Suffolk. 

2. Ist, 2d, 8d, 4tb, 6th, 7th, Uth, 13th and 

19th wards of Brooklyn. 
[3. 6th, 8th, 9tb, 10th, 12th, Uth, 13th, 16th, 
17th and 18th wards of Brooklyn. 

4. let, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 
14th wards of New -York. 

6. 10th, 11th, 13th and 17th wards of New- 
York. 

6. 9th, 15th, 16th and 18th wards of New- 

York. 

7. 12th, 19th, 20th, 21st and 22d wards of 

New -York. 

8. Putnam, Rockland, "Westchester. 

9. Orange, Sullivan. 

10. Greene, Ulster. 

11. Columbia, Dutchess. 

12. Rensselaer, Washington. 

13. Albany. 

14. Delaware, Schenectady, Schoharie. 



15. FultoD, Hamilton, Montgomery, Sara- 

toga. 

16. Clinton, Essex, Warren. 

17. Franklin, St. Lawrence. 

18. Jeflferson, Lewis. 

19. Oneida. 

20. Herkimer, Otsego. 

21. Oswego. 

22. Onondaga. 

23. Chenango, Cortland, Madison. 

24. Broome, Tioga, Tompkins. 

25. Cayuga, Wayne. 

26. Ontario, Seneca, Yates. 

27. Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben. 

28. Monroe. 

29. Oenesee, Niagara, Orleans. 

30. Allegany, Livingston, Wyoming. 

31. Erie. 

32. Cattaraugus, Chautauque. 



ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS, 
As organized by the several hoards of supervisors in June^ 1857. 

Albany County — {Four Districts). 

First Bistriet — 1st ward of Albany, Bethlehem, Ooeymans, New S